Processes

“Eastman’s portfolio of gas-treating amines is specially developed to cover a range of acid gas removal processes, namely complete H2S removal, selective H2S removal, bulk CO2 removal, and deep CO2 removal.”—Jason Jiang, application development manager

The removal of sour or acid gas components, such as hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2), from gas streams is a common process known as acid gas removal or gas sweetening. These impurities have to be removed for a variety of reasons: toxicity (H2S), corrosiveness of the gas, low caloric value, potential damage to the environment, or other reasons depending on the application of the gas.

Brochure: Eastman AdapT®

Download here the English language version of our brochure on Eastman AdapT® flexible gas sweetening solutions. This range of acid gas removal solvents and specialized services can be tailored to meet your gas treatment needs.

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