Identify upsets in the SRU feed earlier, to protect the entire system from unplanned downtime or bypass situations
Sulfur recovery units (SRU) continue to be critically important operating systems in hydrocarbon, petrochemical, and steel plants. The removal of elemental sulfur is required to reduce harmful emissions at the plant and end user locations.
A real time measurement of key chemical components entering the SRU has been implemented at many plants globally, but not universally accepted. Common reasons for not adding this analyser have ranged from a lack of understanding of the measurement benefits, concerns with the complexity of making or maintaining the measurement, or prior failure of installed analysers.
This on demand webinar focuses on why experienced professionals continue to recommend this measurement and provides counterpoints to concerns that have been raised.