Real life emission testing of pre 1994 woodburners in New Zealand / Emily Wilton, Jeff Smith, reviewed by Guy Coulson.

By: Wilton, E.
Contributor(s): Smith, J | Coulson, G | Waikato (N.Z.). Regional Council (1989-1992).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Environment Waikato technical report ; 2006/05.Publisher: Hamilton [N.Z.] : Environment Waikato, 2006Description: 14 p.ISSN: 1172-4005.Subject(s): EMISSIONS | HEATING EQUIPMENT | AIR POLLUTION | SOLID FUELSHoldings: HAMILTON: on L drive. Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Twelve burners were selected for testing and each was monitored for at least seven days. The results indicate an emission factor of 10.4 g/kg is appropriate for pre 1994 wood burners and this is similar to particulate emission factors that are currently used for older burners in air quality management exercises. However, it is still uncertain what emission rates are appropriate for NES-compliant burners under real-life operation.
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Twelve burners were selected for testing and each was monitored for at least seven days. The results indicate an emission factor of 10.4 g/kg is appropriate for pre 1994 wood burners and this is similar to particulate emission factors that are currently used for older burners in air quality management exercises. However, it is still uncertain what emission rates are appropriate for NES-compliant burners under real-life operation.

HAMILTON: on L drive.

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