This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2008. Therefore this version remains current.
ISO 11338-1:2003 describes methods for the determination of the mass concentration of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in flue gas emissions from stationary sources such as aluminium smelters, coke works, waste incinerators, power stations, and industrial and domestic combustion appliances.
ISO 11338-1:2003 describes three sampling methods, which are here regarded as of equivalent value, and specifies the minimum requirements for effective PAH sampling. The three sampling methods are the dilution method (A), the heated filter/condenser/adsorber method (B) and the cooled probe/adsorber method (C). All three methods are based on representative isokinetic sampling, as the PAHs are commonly associated with particles in flue gas.
Information is provided to assist in the choice of the appropriate sampling method for the measurement application under consideration.
ISO 11338-1:2003 is not applicable to the sampling of fugitive releases of PAHs.
NOTE Methods for sample preparation, clean-up and analysis are described in ISO 11338-2 and are intended to be combined with one of the sampling methods described in ISO 11338-1 to complete the whole measurement procedure.
Status : PublishedPublication date : 2003-06
Edition : 1Number of pages : 25
Technical Committee:Stationary source emissions
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