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BS EN 14789:2017 Stationary source emissions. Determination of volume concentration of oxygen. Standard reference method: Paramagnetism

BS EN 14789:2017

Stationary source emissions. Determination of volume concentration of oxygen. Standard reference method: Paramagnetism

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Standard number:BS EN 14789:2017
Pages:46
Released:2017-01-31
ISBN:978 0 580 85049 3
Status:Standard
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BS EN 14789:2017


This standard BS EN 14789:2017 Stationary source emissions. Determination of volume concentration of oxygen. Standard reference method: Paramagnetism is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.040.40 Stationary source emissions

This European Standard specifies the standard reference method (SRM) based on the paramagnetic principle for the determination of the oxygen concentrations in flue gases emitted to the atmosphere from ducts and stacks. It includes the sampling and the gas conditioning system as well as the analyser.

This European Standard specifies the performance characteristics to be determined and the performance criteria to be fulfilled by portable automated measuring systems (P-AMS) based on this measurement method. It applies to periodic monitoring and the calibration or control of automated measuring systems (AMS) permanently installed on a stack, for regulatory or other purposes.

This European Standard specifies criteria for demonstration of equivalence of an alternative method (AM) to the SRM by application of EN 14793:2017 .

This European Standard has been validated during field tests on waste incineration, co-incineration and large combustion plants and on a recognized test bench. It has been validated for sampling periods of 30 min in the range from 3 % to 21 %. Oxygen concentration values, expressed as volume concentrations, are used to allow results of emission measurements to be standardised to the oxygen reference concentration and dry gas conditions required e.g. by EU Directive 2010/75/EC on industrial emissions.

NOTE

The characteristics of installations, the conditions during field tests and the values of repeatability and reproducibility in the field are given in Annex A.