Used wherever chlorine or sulfur dioxide is stored, distributed, or where potential leakage poses risk for personnel and property. Senses presence of free chlorine or sulfur dioxide. Made in USA.
reaction of surface water (i.e., rainwater, snowmelt, pond water) and shallow subsurface water, with rocks that contain sulfur -bearing minerals, resulting in sulfuric acid. The acid is generated when metal sulfide minerals are oxidized, which are present
tougher air emission standards have required new and existing coal-fired power plants to install FGD systems for removing sulfur oxide emissions. These systems effectively remove these contaminants from emissions but produce difficult, high-strength
Moreover, toxic pollutants further underground will be treated by mixing the soil with cementing materials and a sulfur compound. The sulfur compound acts to chemically stabilize mercury in both the soil and groundwater into an immobile state that will
toxic. And it's not an ox-, oxygen scavenger. And some other things that you might find with competing products. Like sulfur and sulfite based products. Good. So a lot of great advantages. Yes. So, where can people go to learn more? People can
going on, will get statistics, and everything will be done using smart analytics. and leveraging on the latest trend in the sulfur industry, which is cloud. So we do all the analytics on the cloud, and we sell it in a business model, which is sas, or
Manufactures battery-operated actuators to control chlorine and sulfur dioxide valves. Actuators indicate valve position and can have I/O for SCADA and integral leak detector.
50,000 barrels of crude oil, 230,000 mÂ³ of natural gas, 240 tons of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and 80 tons of sulfur . The energy-efficient technology will treat up to 52 m3/h of feedwater per line and will be able to recover up to 98 percent
various organoselenides. Its chemistry is similar to sulfur , and in general, Se will follow the pathways of sulfur . Likewise, the amount of Se in crude is usually proportional to sulfur , at an estimated ratio of 1:1000. As Se travels through
and encapsulate many unpleasant odors found in wastewater and effluent streams such as mercaptans, formaldehyde, ammonia, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, VOCs, and many more. Further, the system will also remove a wide range of