SULFIX scavenger saved refiner $400K USD by reducing H2S in asphalt
Jun 23, 2020
While loading asphalt, a refiner was repeatedly confronted with high hydrogen sulfide (H2S) concentrations that exceeded the recommended exposure limit of 10 ppm, set by the National Institute or Occupational Safety and Heath (NIOSH).
In an effort to safeguard their employees and avoid costly fines and penalties, the refiner asked Baker Hughes to develop an H2S regeneration mitigation program that met regulatory guidelines and minimized exposure risks.
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