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PAC to supply Lab Instruments to Jurong Aromatics

April 4, 2013 – Jurong Aromatics (JAC), an aromatics and oil products manufacturer in Singapore, chose PAC as its provider for lab instruments in its new complex on Jurong Island. PAC will supply several laboratory analytical instruments for Petroleum Testing application (Gas Chromatography, Elemental and Physical Properties) to the JAC site, which is expected to process 4.5 million tons per year of condensate feedstock to produce 1.44 million tons per year of aromatics. The new complex is expected to open in 2014.

PAC will be providing a wide array of instruments, including the Antek MultiTek, which combines testing for sulfur, nitrogen, and halides all in one, and the Herzog OptiDist, which provides accurate distillation analysis with an easy to use, highly automated system. The most significant part of the order came from the AC Analytical Controls (AC) analyzers, which feature advanced gas chromatography (GC) instruments. JAC will receive the following AC instruments: Reformulyzer, SIMDIS, Hi-Speed RGA and numerous custom-built GC solutions.

“We are excited to be working with JAC as they open this new major aromatics complex,” says Tim Winfrey, PAC President. “We are confident that the numerous products we are providing will aid JAC in their production and profitability.”

About PAC
PAC is a leading global provider of advanced analytical instruments for laboratories and online process applications in industries such as refinery, petrochemical, biofuels, environmental, food & beverage, and pharmaceutical.  To provide its customers with cutting edge technology, PAC leverages significant R&D resources to support its core technologies, including chromatography, elemental analysis, physical properties, and fuels composition. PAC’s product portfolio includes leading product lines with long histories of developing innovative instrumentation: AC Analytical Controls, Antek, Alcor, Cambridge Viscosity, PetroSpec, PSPI, ISL and Walter Herzog.

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