H2S, SO2 and Acid Fumes Adsorption
Due to the fact that, sulphur-bearing compounds can be highly corrosive gas or even lead to equipment corrosion, it makes them very detrimental to industrial process equipment and the environment in general.
They are generally a by-product of separation and thermal processing of fuels such as coal, crude oil and natural gas which all contain sulphur.
During the desulphurization process, it is crucial to focus primarily on H2S (hydrogen sulphide) a foul smelling, corrosive gas and SO2 (sulphur dioxide) a toxic gas which is responsible for acid rain formation and equipment corrosion.
A common desulphurization process involves the thermal oxidation of hydrogen sulphide and its reaction with sulphur dioxide to form sulphur and water vapor.
As such, Eurocarb’s KI range of UK manufactured impregnated activated carbons offers superb performance in the control of acid gases including H2S, SO2 and acid fumes.
This product also offers improved performance against radioactive gases and radioactive methyl iodide.