Sulfur protection tubes are made of tightly bonded layer of Chromium Oxide which, together with the naturally inert nature of
Alumina, provides protection tubing with a remarkable resistance to oxidizing and corrosive
atmospheres over 2200°F (1200°C). Sulfur protection tubes have great strength at temperatures
where many high temperature metals melt. Above 2800°F (1537°C) it begins to soften and become plastic.
High thermal conductivity and sensitivity to temperature changes makes it an excellent choice
for thermocouples used to monitor or control high temperature environments. Sulfur protection tubes
are less porous than most compacts. No significant passage of gas through the body at high temperatures,
except under high vacuum. Sufficiently impermeable for most industrial applications.
JMS provides experienced engineering capable of designing to suit your specification needs
Maximized lifespan of wells and sensors.
Increases reliable temperature measurements in Sulfur burners on an ongoing basis
Reduces risk of Sulfuric acid leaking into uncontained areas.