This simple design by Envent Engineering Ltd utilizes a lead acetate based sensing system that provides a linear and interference-free output of H2S and Total Sulfur concentration.
- Ranges from 0–100 ppb to 0–100%
- 1% accuracy, 1% repeatability
- Modbus Serial communications,
- Displays up to 5 times full scale
- Dual Isolated 4–20 mA outputs
- less than 20-second response time to alarm
- Interference-free Lead acetate sensor
- 60–90 day tape (longest tape life in the market)
- Optional CO2 Sensor
- Optional Total Sulfur
- User Manual: 330 H2S / Total Sulfur Analyzer
- 330 H2S / Total Sulfur Analyzer Data Sheet
- Data Sheet: Flanged Dilutor
- Total Sulfur Analyzer Manual
- Dilution System Manual
- Spare Parts Cross Reference
- H2S analyzer cleaning procedure
- Modbus communications guide
- App Note: H2S in Liquid Scavenger Treated Gas
- Tech Note:Total Sulfur Technical Note
- Applicable ASTM Standards
Log On Procedure
Accessing Factory View
Adjusting Analog Output range
Polling and Synchronizing Clock
- Upgrading analyzer firmware (* Warning upgrade resets analyzer. Possible chance of plant shut in during upgrade.)
H2S Analyzer Maintenance Tutorials
Frequently Asked Questions
- What Cal-Gas do I need?
- How often should I calibrate the H2S analyzer?
- How often should I change the sample system filter?
- How much is the analyzer venting?
- What should the sweep valve be set at?
- How long will the tape last?
- Does the Bypass time out?
- How often does the humidifier need to be filled?
- What are the analog output settings?
- What is the range of the H2S analyzer?
- Sensor Re-Zero Procedure
- What is the gain of the analyzer supposed to be?
- Troubleshooting Guide
1. What Cal-Gas do I need?
Ideal Cal-Gas concentration would at the value normally operating at or alarming at. Alternatively Cal-Gas to use is 3/4 concentration of the range of the analyzer.
ˆ FAQ top
2. How often should I calibrate the H2S analyzer?
Calibration checks should be done every 3 to 6 months. Or as required by site preventive maintenance schedule.
ˆ FAQ top
3. How often should I change the sample system filter?
The Filter should be changed as required. The frequency is dependent on the liquid content and particulates in the gas. A higher volume of a liquids and particulates will require more frequent changes. Filters should be checked when analyzer is calibrated.
ˆ FAQ top
4. How much is the analyzer venting?
The standard H2S analyzer vents 4 standard cubic feet per hour.
ˆ FAQ top
5. What should the sweep valve be set at?
The sweep valve should be just opened slightly until flow can be felt from the tubing. This will reduce lag time and allow liquids to be removed.
ˆ FAQ top
6. How long will the tape last?
The analysis time is dynamic and changes with the concentration of the H2S during the sample.
|Aperture||H2S (ppm)||Tape Life (Days)*|
*Tape life based on constant concentration sample over a averaged analysis time with a 300 ft tape.
ˆ FAQ top
7. Does the Bypass time out?
By default the H2S analyzer does NOT time out when placed in bypass. A time out feature is available in the software, as well as Bypass Disable.
ˆ FAQ top
8. How often does the Humidifier need to be filled?
As long as there is some fluid in the humidifier it will be able to maintain the humidity of the gas. The fluid should be topped up each time the analyzer is calibrated or the tape is changed.
ˆ FAQ top
9. What are the Analog Output settings?
The analog output of the H2S analyzer is a 4-20 mA signal calibrated at factory. The connections requires loop power from the PLC. If loop power is not able to be supplied, a powered AO board addition can be purchased.
|PLC Indicating 0 mA||Wiring to analyzer is incorrect.|
|Power to loop is not present. If loop power not supplied then Powered AO board option may be required.|
|PLC Indicating ~2 mA||Analyzer in Bypass|
|PLC Indicating higher or lower signal than analyzer display||Scaling of analyzer is different setting on PLC|
ˆ FAQ top
10. What is the range of the H2S Analyzer?
Determining the range
The range of the analyzer is set at the time of purchase. The accuracy and tape life are optimized to the customers request. The optimized range can be determined by the calibration sheet found in the back of the manual.
The Envent H2S analyzer is capable of indicating 10x the optimized range of H2S concentration. Accuracy of the reading can not be guaranteed when indicating outside the optimized range.
Optimizing the range
|0-100||Consult Envent Eng.|
* If the shut in alarm value is less then 10 ppm no aperture is ideal.
For dilution analyzer systems the range adjusment depends on the dilution tubing. Please consult Envent about dilution range adjustments
ˆ FAQ top
11. Sensor Re-Zero Procedure.
The sensor Fault is a result of the sensor mV level being below 500 mV or above 1200 mV. Most often caused by an incorrect zero being achieved.
- Put the Analyzer in Bypass
- Turn off sample gas at flowmeter
- Press the Menu/Set button until MTR RUN displayed
- Press Left or Right on the Display to move the tape to a new white piece of tape
- Remove the cover the sensor block. Press the small pushbutton located on the lower left side next to the wire connector. The sensor block will enter a “re-zero” procedure indicated by a red led.
- When the “re-zero”procedure is complete the green led should illuminate.
- Initiate another motor run
- Press the Menu/Set button until zero is displayed. Value should be between 900 & 1100 mV.
- Turn on sample gas to flow of two
- Take analyzer out of Bypass.
ˆ FAQ top
12. What is the gain of the analyzer supposed to be?
*Gain numbers based on standard H2S analyzers. Numbers do not apply to Total Sulfur and Dilution systems. Please consult factory cal-sheet for calibration numbers.
ˆ FAQ top
13. Troubleshooting Guide
|Erratic H2S Readings||Trigger slide not seated properly||Ensure Trigger slide is seated in the groove of the sample chamber|
|Pressure in building moving up and down from fan, exhaust or wind||Eductor may be plugged or bent blocked. Check that all vent tubing and fittings are 316 stainless steel, sized 3/8″ or larger.|
|Sample vent blocked or insufficient.||Vent should be 1/2″ tubing on a downward slope. Ending at shepards hook. Possible heat trace required on tubing|
|Liquid carry over in sample conditioning system||Sample conditioning system requires cleaning. Refer to Cleaning Procedure|
|Regulator not maintaining 15 psig||Pre-regulation to 50 psig of sample at sample point. Possible regulator requires repair or replacement.
Hydrocarbon liquid carried over through the sample regulator. Heated regulator may be required.
|Contaminants in sample system||Sample system has been flooded or contaminated. Sample system requires cleaning. Refer to Cleaning Procedure.|
|Analog Input 2 jumper removed||Re-install jumper in Analog Input across (+4-20 & -4-20).|
|Sensor Block Fault||Re-zero Sensor block. Refer to Sensor Re-Zero Procedure. Check for green light on sensor block.|
|Contaminants in sample chamber||Clean sample chamber. Replace aperture and window if required. Clear grease from window.
Envent no longer uses grease on chamber window. Applies to early H2S analyzers
|Aperture Strip became dislodged||Reattache aperture strip with RTV 102 silicone.|
|Tape Doesn’t Advance||No tension on take up reel.||Check setscrew in take up reel collars. Check to see if manual advance is possible on tape|
|Tape Breaking||High liquid content in sample gas||Genie probe and additional filtration may be required|
|Feed wheel not spinning freely||Dust and refuse build up between feed wheel and chassis. Requires removal and cleaning of chassis|
|Tape cover wheels pressing against tape.||Tape cover wheel became warped. Needs to be flattened to not contact tape when on feed wheel bolt.|
|Trigger slide not seated properly||Ensure trigger slide is seated in groove of sample chamber.|
|Slow Response||Incorrect Aperture for range||Removal or change of aperture type required. Contact Envent Tech support for ideal aperture size.|
|Liquid contamination in sample tubing||Sample conditioning system requires cleaning. Refer to Cleaning Procedure|
|Sensor Block Fault||Re-Zero Sensor block. Refer to sensor re-zero procedure|
|Higher or Lower than expected reading||Liquid contamination in sample tubing||sample condition system requires cleaning. Refer to Cleaning Procedure.|
|Sample vent blockage||Vent should be 3/8″ or larger 316 stainless steel tubing on a downard slope. Heat trace maybe required to prevent freezing|
|Contaminants in sample chamber||Sample conditioning system requires cleaning. Cleaning Procedure|
|Fault light indication||Sensor Low Fault||Re-zero Sensor block. Refer to Sensor Re-zero Procedure|
|Sensor High fault||Re-zero Sensor block. Refer to Sensor Re-zero Procedure|
|Low tape||Sensing tape requires change. Possible low tape sensor failure|
|Low Pressure||Pressure regulator outlet lower then setpoint of pressure switch. (factory set to 10 psi)|
ˆ FAQ top
Measures H2S and/or Total Sulfur in natural gas, petrochemical streams, condensate, or LPG.
The 330 measures H2S in natural gas or other process streams. The unit has dual 4–20 mA outputs, dual measurement alarms, plus trouble and fault alarm relays. An external magnetically-driven interface allows operator functions without opening any covers. The 330 displays H2S concentration in user specified units and as well will auto range to 5 times the lower calibrated range. Calibration is performed manually via the operator interface or automatically when connected to a calibration bottle with the optional auto calibration solenoid. The 330 is available with a number of optional sample systems and accessories to handle various applications such as high range H2S, Total Sulfur or H2S in liquids.
Sensing Tape: Envent sensing tape is interference free. This is why it is used by the vast majority in the industry when accurate measurement is required. The linear output enables the user to perform a single point calibration.
Longest Tape Life: The 330 offers the longest tape life in the market by using a proprietary tape advance algorithm to make complete use of the 300 foot tape. The unit will accept up to a 350-foot roll. Envent sensing tape is the strongest in the market.
|Power||12-24 vdc @ less than 3 watts or 100-240 VAC 50/60 HZ|
|Electrical classification||Class 1, Div1 Grps B, C & D certified to CSA standards|
|Ambient Temperature||0-50 ˚C (std) consult factory for other requirements|
|Output Ranges||H2S 0-100 ppb to 0-100 ppm are standard. Higher concentrations require optional dilution sample system.|
|Response time||20-sec alarm|
|Accuracy||+/- 1.5% of full scale (H2S only); +/- 3% (TS and Dilution)|
|Inputs||24 bit A/D. Microprocessor-based sensor block. Low Tape Alarm. Remote calibrate, Stream switch, or Low pressure|
|Outputs||Dual isolated 4-20 mA (loop power required). Modbus serial RS-232 & RS-485. Four 5 amp SPDT alarm relays (high reading, high high reading, low tape, failure). Four solid state solenoid drivers ( auto cal, total sulfur, stream switching, valve actuator)|
|Displays||2 x 16 character LCD with backlighting. Menu is scrolled by internal button or external magnetic switch.|