FerroSorp®, H2S Removal Media supplied by Interra Global, easily removes Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) from a gas stream in landfill gas applications.  FerroSorp® will save you time and money by needing less material and providing higher H2S removal performance. See these 4 case studies on FerroSorp®: FerroSorp® case study #1 and #2, and case study #3 and #4, and our H2S Removal Media (FerroSorp® product features) document.

Product Data:

FerroSorp SLH (formerly SD) – Product Data

FerroSorp SK – Product Data

FerroSorp Application Information

Safety Data:

FerroSorp SLH (formerly SD) – Safety Data

FerroSorp SK – Safety Data

Media Changeout Process Guidelines

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Advantages of FerroSorp®:

  • High loading rates – Capable of > 45% by weight– reduces operating costs
  • Low bulk density vs competitors – Requires less weight to fill your tank, lower freight costs
  • Outlet H2S concentration < 1 ppm – Meets strict regulations
  • No caking/clumping – Easier to change out, less remediation cost
  • Environmentally non-hazardous – Easy disposal, no chromium 6 disposal issues
  • Low pressure drop – Saves electricity
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H2S Removal Media & the Importance of Bulk Density and Loading

The density of FerroSorp® is significantly lower than the leading competitor. This results in less material needed to fill the vessel.

Competition FerroSorp® Difference
Bulk density 70 lb/ft³ 36 lb/ft³ <49%
Loading rate 12% 25-45% 25% – 45%

Additional Advantages of FerroSorp®:

  • FerroSorp® does not typically clump making it much easier to remove during change-outs. A vacuum truck can be used to easily remove the spent material saving valuable time versus other H2S treatment.
  • With FerroSorp® high H2S loading rate change-outs are less frequent than with other media.
  • No water spraying is needed for FerroSorp®
  • No other additives like soda ash are needed for FerroSorp®

Additional information

Packaging Information

FerroSorp SK is available in 2200 lb super sacks.
FerroSorp SLH is available in 2000 lb super sacks.


Do not store super sacks outside; ultraviolet radiation and other adverse conditions will negatively impact its integrity and may eventually cause the bag to fail.