Molten sulfur Handling Design, (Un)Loading, and Installation.

Sulfur is a pale yellow, crystalline (sand-like) solid that is odorless when pure or may have a faint “rotten egg” odor. Sulfur is often transported in a molten state that is an amber-colored liquid. It is used in making Sulfuric Acid, rubbers, detergents, fungicides and fertilizers, and petroleum refining.

In the United States, molten sulfur is typically an open dome (hatch) loading operation and is loaded into trucks or railcars via steam, hot oil jacketed or heat-traced loading arms.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required to reduce potential health risks. Since operators typically have to access hatches on top of the vehicles wearing many layers of PPE during the loading process, fall prevention is essential, not only for safety but to expedite job tasks which dramatically increases throughput.

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