Mercury Removal

Almost every natural gas plant will have a mercury removal unit installed. This is because the consequence for the LNG plant from mercury attack is severe and because it is difficult to predict the mercury contents from production reservoirs. Low levels of mercury can result in severe corrosion of the brazed-aluminum heat exchangers used in cryogenic systems, and can potentially pose environmental and safety hazards. The presence of mercury in the feed stocks to petrochemical plants will also cause poisoning of precious metal catalysts

Adsorbents for Mercury removal

GSorb-200

GSorb-200 is a spherical metallic sulfide supported adsorbent designed to remove mercury from gas and liquid streams

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