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Petroleum Industry

Petroleum Industry Emission Control

Hydrogen sulfide is often the number one complaint attribute with petroleum industry and vent gas sweeteners.

Organic vapors and ammonia are also contributing to the toxic emissions in the petroleum industry.

The use of Chemteq filter’s replacement indicator on the outlet of filter or carbon absorber alerts the user when filter or carbon absorber is saturated and exhausted.

Our filter replacement indicators, not only ensures the health and well-being of the petroleum industry staff. But also ensures that residents in the vicinity of the plant are breathing odor-free air.

We manufacture filter change indicators BTI (inlet 0.75” NPT) for ammoniahydrogen sulfide and organic vapors.

BTI 2 (inlet 1.5” NPT) for ammonia and hydrogen sulfide. BTI 3 (2.5” NPT) for ammonia and hydrogen sulfide.

Filter change indicators inline inlet BTI inline (inlet & outlet 0.75” NPT) for ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and organic vapors.

Our high-capacity hydrogen sulfide filter change indicators, BTIBTI2 and BTI3,  are suitable for large filters and carbon absorbers towers.

Hydrogen Sulfide Colorimetric Indicators

We supply waterproof and custom cut hydrogen sulfide indicators. Available in one side and two side.

You can see result from both sides. Because they are real-time and sunlight has no effect on the indicators, they are ideal for hydrogen sulfide leak detection.

Products Features:

a Diameter and threading BTI: 1”. Inlet threading 0.75” MNPT

BTI-Inline: 1”. Inlet & 0utlet threading 0.75” MNPT

BTI2: 2”. Inlet threading 1.5” MNPT

BTI3: 3”. Inlet threading 2.5” MNPT

b Hight BTI: 3.5”

BTI-Inline: 3.5”

BTI2: 4.5”

BTI3: 4.5”

c Operating temperatures range: -20 – 4oC to 50 – 65oC (-4 – 39oF to 122 -149oF).
d Operating humidity: 5% RH to 95%RH
f Shelf-life range: 1-2 years
g Service life range: 1-2 years
h Allowable fluid: Gases and vapors

Ammonia PEL

Hydrogen Sulfide PEL

NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards

Petroleum Industry Emission Control

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