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How to ensure a successful sulphur management

December 12th, 2016


Do you, or your customers, face challenges in sulphur management? Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a very toxic and pungent gas that causes problems in both the upstream and downstream oil and gas industry. The process of removing H2S is known as gas sweetening. To help you with the sulphur management process, you can use one of the top sulphur scavengers, Triazine, distributed by CCC under the name C-sweet.  Triazine is a heterocyclic structure similar to cyclohexane, but with three carbon atoms replaced by nitrogen atoms.  It is at these nitrogen atoms that sulphur scavenging occurs.  One mole of Triazine reacts with two moles of H2S to form Dithiazine, the main byproduct.


Triazine is typically applied via an in-line injection quail to finely disperse the liquid chemical into the stream to maximize reaction. Another method is a Contactor Tower. In a Contactor Tower, the feed gas is bubbled through a tower filled with Triazine. As the gas bubbles up through the liquid, gas dissolves into this product and H2S is removed.  While this is available in large bulk loads from manufacturers such as Hexion, CCC offers packaged options such as totes and drums for situations where full truck loads are not the answer. We offer various concentrations ranging from 75% down and can use our blending facilities to make custom Triazine blends with other components that might be required for any specific application.

Want more information to understand how this product can help your business? Contact us now for a free consultation or to request a sample.

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