SULFURTRAP® H2S Scavenger
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Scavenger
SULFURTRAP® is an iron oxide based fixed bed hydrogen sulfide scavenger (H2S) used to selectively remove H2S and other light sulfur compounds from gas and liquid hydrocarbons in batch processing applications. SULFURTRAP® economically eliminates H2S through a safe, effective, environmentally friendly process and is applicable across a wide range of applications and process conditions.
Patented and used commercially around the world, SULFURTRAP® H2S scavenger offers high sulfur loading capacity, long bed life and low treating cost. In addition, its unique physical properties allow the media to remain free-flowing in its used (spent) form, making bed replacement fast and easy.
SULFURTRAP® has an insatiable appetite for H2S, easily achieving <1 ppm H2S regardless of inlet concentration. SULFURTRAP® maintains <1 ppm outlet H2S levels for extended periods of time.
- Easily achieves outlet H2S <1 ppm
- High H2S loading capacity
- Minimal replacement time / free flowing
- Reliably low ∆P
- Works in H2O saturated or dry gas conditions
- Reduced workload and waste
- Works over broad range of process conditions
In typical configurations, the SULFURTRAP® H2S scavenger can be loaded into a single vertical vessel, a lead-lag vessel configuration or a parallel vessel configuration. Hydrogen sulfide compounds chemically react with SULFURTRAP® to form a safe, stable iron sulfide. Depletion of the hydrogen sulfide scavenger bed is dependent only upon the concentration of hydrogen sulfide and flow rate through the bed.
- Experienced technical support staff
- Equipment design / Process optimizaiton
- Operational advice (startup, unloading, disposal)
- Bed-life follow-up
Proprietary process modeling tools allow Chemical Products technical engineers the ability to quickly and accurately design SULFURTRAP processes for new and/or existing applications. SULFURTRAP can be used to replace liquid hydrogen sulfide scavenger systems and can also be used as a drop-in replacement for existing fixed bed processes. Contact Chemical Products for additional information or process assistance.