Sulphur dioxide may be produced by a variety of routes, such as the combustion of sulphur or pyrites, alternatively as a by-product of smelter operations.
It can also be prepared by the reaction of an acid on a metallic sulphide, or by the action of sulphuric acid directly on a metal such as copper.
|Product Description||Size||Material Number||Recommended Regulator|
|Sulphur Dioxide N3.0||78 kg||540901-LJ-N||W020121|
|Sulphur Dioxide N3.0||1000 kg||540901-TB-N||Recommendation on Request|
|Sulphur Dioxide N3.0||75 kg||540902-LJ-C|