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Get your copy of "SULFIX H2S scavenger reduced employee exposure during asphalt loading"

A refinery in the Midwestern United
States was experiencing an increased
frequency of hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
alarms when employees loaded asphalt
onto trucks and railcars. The alarm
frequency had exceeded 30 per quarter
and was a high profile safety issue for
refinery management. Options were
considered and it was determined that a
chemical treatment solution was the
most practical and cost-effective
method. Baker Hughes, a GE company
(BHGE), was brought in to investigate the
issue and recommend a suitable
chemical treatment program. sulfix-h2s-scavenger-reduced-employee-exposure-midwest-cs.pdf