HYDROGEN SULFIDE MONITORING OF LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS AND NATURAL GAS

Hydrogen Sulfide Monitoring of Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Natural Gas

The U.S. department of transport has regulated the amount of hydrogen sulfide allowable during the transport of LPG and natural gas, dur to its caustic nature. Tanker loads must be checked for hydrogen sulfide concentration before they are allowed on the nation’s highways, railways and waterways. Hydrogen sulfide reacts with stainless steel containment systems, such as those used in transporting LPG’s which could lead to failure, rupture and potential explosion if ignited. Hydrogen sulfide monitoring is necessary at certain pipeline transmission checkpoints for the same reasons. CI Analytics can give you peace of mind by verifying that your tanker load limits for hydrogen sulfide are well below the safety requirements.