Removing hydrogen sulfide (H2S) from biogas reduces sulfur dioxide emissions, equipment corrosion, and fouling. The concentration levels of H2S in the feed stream is one of the most critical elements to address when designing an H2S removal system. These concentrations can vary depending on temperature changes, consistency, and fluctuations in water chemistry.
- Municipal wastewater treatment
- Sludge digestion
- Odor Control
- Gas safety