Sulfur Removal

Vapor Point’s engineered alternative for removing H₂S from flare vapors on a large scale may involve hot tapping the flare line if there are no connection points. This allows for the evacuation of the flare gasses from the flare without cutting off the flow of the flare in case of an emergency activity. Once the hot taps are complete, an engineered system of pipes, exchangers, and blowers are installed. This will motivate the flare gasses to a reactor vessel that is designed to target the removal of H₂S and allow hydrocarbon to pass through and exit to the flare. This engineered system allows the flare to remain operational during TAR activities that include the presence of high H₂S as it relates to Subpart Ja activities.

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