What is sulfur lump?
Sulfur lump is a chemical element with atomic number 16 that can be collected both naturally from mines and can be obtained synthetically from desulfurization of petroleum condensate.
Unlike other products of the mining industry, sulfur is not produced as a main product but as a by-product of the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
Sulfur lump is one of the most important raw materials in the chemical industry, which is used in the agricultural industry as phosphate fertilizers and many other industries.
Sulfur lump is an elemental substance that is separated from hydrogen sulfide during the gas purification process, then transferred to the molding sites in the form of a melt and gradually cooled during a process. The sulfur is cooled, then crushed and loaded into lumps and dust using appropriate machinery and equipment.
Sulfur lump produced in refineries as well as sulfur extracted from mines is in the form of lumps and has a rocky state, which of course can be found in powder form up to the size of powder. Sulfur is a chemical element with atomic number 16 that can be collected both naturally from mines and can be obtained synthetically from desulfurization of petroleum condensate.
It is larger than crushed pieces that are in irregular shapes that are easily broken and smaller lumps and dust are produced and the purity of the lumps or bulk sulfur is 99.99%.