Monitoring hydrogen sulfide (H2S) levels is critical for air quality, safety and environmental professionals across a multitude of industries. Doing so helps prevent complaints, citations, penalties, corrosion, fires, illness and even death. The most widely used measurement methods include gold film analyzers, SO2 conversion, colorimetric gas detection tubes, electrochemical detectors and lead acetate cassette tape gas detectors. This paper will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each in order to assist air quality, safety and environmental professionals alike in selecting the H2S analyzer that best meets their unique needs.
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