TrendMiner Use Case
The most common way to convert H2S gas coming from petroleum during refinement is by using the Claus process. The process has multiple stages because of its chemical equilibrium. A feed gas containing a high concentration of H2S must be pre-heated using steam. The gas then enters the first converter, where it undergoes partial conversion toward pure sulfur. Part of the sulfur is removed from the gas stream before entering the second converter. In the final stage, the pure sulfur is removed and the remaining gas containing small amounts of H2S goes downstream to a treatment plant.