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Let XOS experts help you prepare for the transition to Bharat Stage VI and ensure compliance.

Partner with XOS for Bharat Stage VI


Global Presence, Local Support


XOS is a global company. Our channel partners deliver world class service and support directly to customers abroad.

XOS is a Danaher company. Danaher operating companies can be found on every habitable continent across the globe and employ more than 6,000 people in India.





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XOS partners, like Progression India, provide
outstanding service to our customers abroad.



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Analyser services available at one of
Danaher’s local technical centers.



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We partner with our customers to find the best
solutions for their fleet – like dedicated loaner
instruments and local factory certified parts.

Your Partner for Bharat Stage VI

XOS has a rich history of providing low sulphur solutions across the globe. When the Tier 2 regulation decreased the allowable levels of sulphur, XOS’ Sindie ® sulphur analyser was the trusted solution in the US. With more than 500 Sindie analysers sold to marketing terminals in the US, XOS has the experience to meet the unique needs of our India customers. Contact us for more information.

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Sindie ® - Your Low Sulphur Solution

As with all XOS analysers, Sindie ® is very easy to use and non-technical operators can learn how to use the instrument in minutes. Sindie complies with ASTM D2622 and D7039, as well as ISO 20884. The analyser requires minimal preventive maintenance with few moving parts equating to high reliability. Sindie has a single calibration curve that can be used across a variety of sample types, and typically requires calibration once or twice annually. Download our product brochure to learn more.


Precision Comparison Between XRF and UVF

With the Bharat Stage VI regulation lowering the allowable sulphur limit from 50 ppm to 10 ppm in India, marketing terminals are in the midst of determining the best solution to meet their needs – XRF or UVF. The most notable advantages of using X-ray fluorescence (XRF) compared to ultra violet fluorescence (UVF) are ease-of-use, reliability, and smaller ecological footprint. However, many are not aware that certain forms of XRF, notably XOS’ proprietary technology known as MWDXRF ®, offers comparable and oftentimes better reproducibility than UVF.

ASTM Proficiency Testing Programs (PTP) are statistical quality assurance programs that enable laboratories to evaluate and improve performance. ASTM conducted PTP studies between 2015 and 2017 and collected data from various labs testing sulfur in RFG and ULSD samples using common test methods for low sulfur automotive fuels: D2622, D7039, and D5453. 


Download our whitepaper to learn how XRF compares to UVF with repeatability and precision.
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