This facility was built with a cogen unit and requires both siloxane removal and H2S removal. The H2S removal is required for the GAC siloxane removal media to operate efficiently. The siloxane system required a maximum concentration of 50 ppm H2S.
A single 8’ diameter x 8’ tall vessel with 294 ft3 of media treating the gas stream with 1,300 ppm, up to 2,000 ppm H2S, down to below 50 ppm.
MV Technologies responded to a bid solicitation for improvements to an existing cogeneration facility at the municipal wastewater treatment facility. Inlet H2S concentration is 2,100 ppm, with a desired outlet of less than 10 ppm for the 1,000 cfm gas flow.
A two-vessel system was developed, utilizing two 12’ diameter x 12’ tall vessels containing a combined 2,100 ft3 of our media. These vessels treat the 2,100 ppm hydrogen sulfide concentrations for at least 70-days before 10 ppm breakthrough.