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TimePosted 03/07/2007 04:17:08
Biju says

Effect of Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) in Clinker manufacture

Can any body share the the effect of high H2S in clinker production as well as effects on coating / refractory / choking of cyclones and effect on surrounding environments due to emission of this gases.

 Can Crude oils having 60 ppm of H2S be used in Cement process??


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Michael Clark
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TimePosted 30/07/2007 14:38:50

Re: Effect of Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) in Clinker manufacture

The H2S will be oxidised to sulphate and can contribute to problems of coating, cyclone choking, high free lime, dusty clinker. It depends on the alkali balance in the kiln. H2S is a highly toxic gas and should not be emitted to the atmosphere. There is danger of death if sour gas leaks to atmosphere.