Article | May 29, 2022

Using Liquid-Phase H2S Measurement To Protect Sewer Networks And Workers

Source: Hach
H2S collection systems feature
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While the estimated service life of steel-reinforced concrete pipe carrying stormwater can be 100 years, sanitary sewer networks have a lot more working against them. Here are multiple considerations for using liquid-phase measurements to quantify hydrogen sulfide (H2S) concentrations more consistently, identify potential threats to worker health and infrastructure longevity, and support better strategies for mitigating those risks.

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