Acid gases: HF and HCl - what impact will new EN standards for these gases have?

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Gasmet


Date: 10:50:00 - May 24 2017
Speakers: Kristian Hentelä

Hydrogen Chloride and Hydrogen Fluoride are among the most important pollutants monitored from waste incineration plants, cement kilns and power plants co-incinerating waste. Due to the reactive nature of these gases and their low Emission Limit Value (ELV), measuring these gases with the required low level of uncertainty has been a challenge. New standards for instrumental methods of HCl measurement and manual determination of HF are due to be published by CEN TC264/WG3 in the near future. This talk gives an overview of the current status of test methods and currently available instrumental measurement techniques.

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Kristian Hentelä
Kristian Hentelä (Gasmet Europe)


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