Sulfur occurs naturally in natural gas and crude oil processed for motor fuels. It is also added as an odorant to processed natural gas as a safety measure so that leaks can be detected by consumers. Common sulfur compounds that can be found in gas streams are THT, TBM, DMS, and naturally occurring H2S, which can be dangerous at high levels. In addition to these safety concerns, sulfur combines with moisture in pipelines to create corrosive gases. Finally, sulfur acts as a major poison for catalysts used in refining and petrochemical processing. Rawson/Industrial Controls has multiple options for sulfur measurement and can help guide our customers to the best product for their needs.
ATOM manufactures elemental analyzers for total sulfur in gases, providing practical and innovative measurement solutions to the petroleum, petrochemical, and pipeline industries.
- ATOM Sulfur Analyzer
For over half a century, ABB has developed, manufactured, supplied, and installed analytical instruments for the laboratory, process, environmental, steam, and power industries.
- ABB PGC5007
Extrel is the world’s leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art process mass spectrometers, residual gas analyzers, and quadrupole mass spectrometry components. Extrel gas analyzers supply data for multiple regulatory requirements with one gas analyzer to reduce overall cost and complexity. In addition to heating value, mass spectrometers can analyze H2S, total sulfur, and many other contaminants.
- CMS Mass Spectrometer