Deodorization process monitoring

Steam reforming is a process used to produce high amounts of Hydrogen from methane. In this case, we have to obtain a superior quality of methane and purify it from all odorant compounds present in natural gas. To ensure the accuracy of the deodorization process, it’s needed to monitor the amount of sulfur compounds emitted while being separated from the natural gas.
Chromatotec solution quantify Hydrogen Sulfide at high (low ppm directly into natural gas pipe) and very low (low ppb after deodorization process) concentrations. This dual range system works with two different volume of sampling loops. The analyzer automatically switches between the two sampling ways to avoid the saturation of the system and/or signal.

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