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BS ISO 12039:2019 Stationary source emissions. Determination of the mass concentration of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oxygen in flue gas. Performance characteristics of automated measuring systems

BS ISO 12039:2019

Stationary source emissions. Determination of the mass concentration of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oxygen in flue gas. Performance characteristics of automated measuring systems

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Standard number:BS ISO 12039:2019
Pages:62
Released:2019-11-04
ISBN:978 0 580 97142 6
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 12039:2019


This standard BS ISO 12039:2019 Stationary source emissions. Determination of the mass concentration of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and oxygen in flue gas. Performance characteristics of automated measuring systems is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.040.40 Stationary source emissions

This document specifies the fundamental structure and the most important performance characteristics of automated measuring systems for carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen (O2) to be used on stationary source emissions. This document describes methods and equipment for the measurement of concentrations of these gases.

The method allows continuous monitoring with permanently installed measuring systems of CO, CO2 and O2 emissions. This international standard describes extractive systems and in situ (non-extractive) systems in connection with analysers that operate using, for example, the following principles:

  • infrared absorption (CO and CO 2);

  • paramagnetism (O 2);

  • zirconium oxide (O 2);

  • electrochemical cell (O 2);

  • tuneable laser spectroscopy (TLS) (CO, CO 2 and O 2).

Other instrumental methods can be used provided they meet the minimum requirements proposed in this document.

Automated measuring systems (AMS) based on the principles above have been used successfully in this application for measuring ranges which are described in Annex G.