H2S scavenger units for acid gas removal are often classed as fixed-bed adsorbents or liquid scavengers. To help you determine which method is the best choice for your operations, we have created this helpful sour gas removal unit resource. If you have a specific question, feel free to contact us directly.
The Liquid Sulfur Removal Method
Liquids, such as triazine, most often come in drums or totes and are pumped into the sour gas pipelines. When the treatment chemicals run out, they require added costs, such as cleaning and preparing for new media This cleaning is necessary because solids formed by these deposits can result in costly repairs and difficulties for downstream processors.
Advantages of the Fixed-Bed Sulfur Removal Method
A fixed-bed sour gas removal system offers significant cost savings over liquid removal methods. The end result of the process is a non-hazardous waste that is normally safe to dispose of in a landfill. A sour gas stream is passed through a fixed bed of material in a vertically shaped vessel.
Lead/Lag Two Vessel Fixed-Bed Removal Systems Offer Double Efficiency
A more efficient fixed-bed system can be constructed by arranging two vessels in a series. Gas and liquid streams are injected into the first vessel, then flow through the second vessel. Each vessel operates in a similar manner. The lead vessel serves as the first “working unit”, the second vessel serves as the treatment process’ “backup unit”, together serving to thoroughly remove H2S. The use of two units can keep the system in continuous operation. Once the first unit is filled, contents can be transferred to the second; the first unit is then refilled, and so forth.
The SJE System
SJE Modular Sulfur Removal Units are designed to keep low S2S concentration wells moving forward. A new batch of specialty adsorbent is fed into the system when maximum concentration is reached, in order to maintain efficiency. Our fixed bed system consists of two vessels and a lead-lag piping skid, to ensure the best, most thorough performance possible. An automatic drain system, an online H2S analyzer, and a coalesce are available as options.
Brimsorb Adsorbent is engineered with spherical, free-flowing particles with a higher sulfur uptake than competitors, than absorbents offered by competitors, for maximized production. It captures more H2S than triazine, for a more cost-effective solution.
Why Select the SJE System?
The more efficient your gas purification process, the more revenue you will reap. So it makes sense to go with the best. SJE is a leader in research and development regarding sour gas removal solutions. Since 1997, we have applied for hundreds of patents.
Companies striving for a competitive advantage go with SJE as we are never satisfied with the status quo. We continually optimize sulfur absorbent technology. Our equipment and products have been purchased by industry-leading companies around the world. SJE’s experience makes the difference. We’ve taken pride in helping keep communities safe and clean by providing quality updated products and services for over two decades.
At SJE, based in Houston, Texas, we take pride in providing a variety of sustainable services for a variety of industries. Our established supply chain and experienced crew can rapidly service projects around the globe and effectively solve complex sour gas issues. Contact us to discuss your company’s specific needs or to request a quote. Visit our blog to read more about our services and industry news.