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MDEA concentration vs H2S concentration of inlet gas

MDEA concentration vs H2S concentration of inlet gas

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I would be so pleased if you send me a relation (as graph or table) between MDEA concentration in lean amine stream

and H2S Concentration of inlet gas in contactor column.

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M.R.Rhimzadeh

RE: MDEA concentration vs H2S concentration of inlet gas

You have 3 posts on here regarding gas sweetening. Wouldn't some of these questions be better directed at the Process Engineer that I hope is working with you?

RE: MDEA concentration vs H2S concentration of inlet gas

I'm not aware of any such relationship though I'm not an amine expert. To my understanding, MDEA is typically operated at 50 wt%, 40% for liquid/liquid treating because of increasingly high HC losses in the MDEA at concentrations above 40 wt%.

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