PD CEN/TS 13649:2014 - Stationary source emissions. Determination of the mass concentration of individual gaseous organic compounds. Sorptive sampling method followed by solvent extraction or thermal desorption

PD CEN/TS 13649:2014

Stationary source emissions. Determination of the mass concentration of individual gaseous organic compounds. Sorptive sampling method followed by solvent extraction or thermal desorption

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : December 2014

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This Technical Specification specifies procedures for the sampling, preparation and analysis of individual volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in waste gas, such as those arising from solvent using processes. Sampling occurs by adsorption on sorbents, preparation by solvent extraction or thermodesorption and analysis by gas chromatography. Examples of individual VOC are given in relevant industry sector BAT Reference documents (BREFs). The results obtained are expressed as the mass concentration (mg/m3) of the individual gaseous organic compounds. This document is suitable for measuring individual VOCs whose ranges vary depending on compound and test method, refer to Annex B and C. This Technical Specification may be used to meet the monitoring requirements of the Industrial Emission Directive (IED) and associated supporting documents. This Technical Specification is not suitable for measuring total organic carbon (TOC). For the measurement of the mass concentration of total organic carbon then EN 12619 [3] is applicable.




Standard NumberPD CEN/TS 13649:2014
TitleStationary source emissions. Determination of the mass concentration of individual gaseous organic compounds. Sorptive sampling method followed by solvent extraction or thermal desorption
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 December 2014
Confirm Date24 July 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 16017-1, ISO 14956, ISO 16017-1, EN ISO 14956, EN 15259
Informative References(Provided for Information)US EPA Method 0031, ASTM D3687, UK Health and Safety Executive MDHS 80, ISO 16000-6, US EPA Method 18, EN 14662, ISO/IEC Guide 98-3:2008, EN 12619, ASTM D3686, EN 1076, UK Health and Safety Executive MDHS 88, US EPA Method TO-17, UK Environment agency method LFTGN 04, CEN/TS 14793, UK Health and Safety Executive MDHS 96, UK Health and Safety Executive MDHS 72, EN ISO 16017, US EPA Method 524.2, GUM:1995, ISO 16200, ASTM D6196
ReplacesBS EN 13649:2002
International RelationshipsCEN/TS 13649:2014
Draft Superseded By11/30243100 DC
DescriptorsAir pollution, Air, Mass, Specimen preparation, Sampling methods, Pollutant gases, Gas analysis, Emission, Chemical analysis and testing, Determination of content, Vapours, Adsorption, Concentration, Quality, Desorption, Stationary
ICS13.040.40
Title in FrenchEmissions de sources fixes. Détermination de la concentration massique en composés organiques gazeux individuels. Échantillonnage par adsorption et extraction par solvant ou thermodésorption
Title in GermanEmissionen aus stationären Quellen. Bestimmung der Massenkonzentration von gasförmigen organischen Einzelverbindungen. Sorptive Probenahme und Lösemittelextraktion oder thermische Desorption
CommitteeEH/2/1
ISBN978 0 580 74710 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages52
File Size939 KB
Price£254.00


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