H2S in Bunker Fuels
Utilize our global network to test for H2S content using IP-570 and ASTM D-7621 methods for safer handling & storage
Current industry standards allow for Hydrogen Sulphide content in Marine Bunker Fuels of 2 parts per million (in accordance with ISO 8217:2010). Using industry standard methods, Bureau Veritas' technical staff are able to analyze bunker fuels to determine the potential risk of hazardous gas release; protecting employees, facilities and the environment alike. Left unchecked, a build-up of Hydrogen Sulphide gas can occur in confined spaces which can create a highly toxic atmosphere.
The measurement of Hydrogen Sulphide gas is critical in Marine Bunker Fuels to protect the engines and fuel handling systems and to avoid the need for potentially expensive repairs. High levels found in bunker fuels can create corrosion and safety hazards for land based storage installations as well. Bureau Veritas' experts are available around the world in our bunker fuel technical centres to assist with your fuel sampling and analytical needs. They are able to perform the analysis using the most up-to-date methods and, if needed, can work with the Additive Services group of Bureau Veritas to provide cost effective solutions for the treatment of high H2S Bunker Fuels.
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