Activated Carbon for H2S Adsorption
Used for air purification, removal of H2S from exhaust gas and "clean'' rooms to enhance the adsorption of toxic gases in the air.
Impregnated activated carbon removes gaseous pollutants via an irreversible reaction between the additives and pollutants. Hydrogen sulfide can be effectively captured by impregnated activated carbon and converted to sulfur when the operation temperature is between 24–170◦C.
Removal of H2S from Exhaust Gas by Use of Alkaline Activated Carbon