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Sulfur Degassing Process by BP AMOCO

Remove hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and hydrogen poly-sulfides (H2Sx) dissolved in liquid sulfur. Safety: Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic and potentially explosive gas. A concentration of 600 ppmv is lethal and is explosive at approximately 3.5% vol. Dissolved H2Sx is … Continue reading

22. June 2018 by sam
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Sulfur Degassing Process by Black & Veatch Pritchard

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) removal from sulfur. Sulfur, as produced by the Claus process, typically contains from about 200–500 ppmw H2S. The H2S may be contained in the molten sulfur as H2S or as hydrogen polysulfides (H2Sx). The dissolved H2S separates … Continue reading

22. June 2018 by sam
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