||Quality assurance procedures : method 5G, determination of particulate emissions from wood heaters from a dilution tunnel sampling location /
Hartman, M. W. ;
Ward, T. E. ;
Olin, R. C. ;
Rives, G. D.
||Radian Corp., Research Triangle Park, NC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Lab.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory,
Heating--Equipment and supplies--Standards--United States. ;
Air--Pollution--United States--Measurement. ;
Heat engineering--Standards--United States. ;
Quality assurance ;
Combustion products ;
Heating equipment ;
Performance evaluation ;
Numerical analysis ;
Design criteria ;
Air pollution sampling ;
Wood burning furnaces ;
Dilution tunnels ;
EPA method 5G ;
EPA method 28
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||248 pages ; 28 cm
Quality assurance procedures are contained in this comprehensive document intended to be used as an aid for wood heater manufacturers and testing laboratories in performing particulate matter sampling of wood heaters according to EPA protocol, Method 5G. These procedures may be used in research and development, and as an aid in auditing and certification testing. A detailed, step-by-step quality assurance guide is provided to aid in the procurement and assembly of testing apparatus, to clearly describe the procedures, and to facilitate data collection and reporting. Suggested data sheets are supplied that can be used as an aid for both recordkeeping and certification applications. Throughout the document, activity matrices are provided to serve as a summary reference. Checklists are also supplied that can be used by testing personnel. Finally, for the purposes of ensuring data quality, procedures are outlined for apparatus operation, maintenance, and traceability. These procedures combined with the detailed description of the sampling and analysis protocol will help ensure the accuracy and reliability of Method 5G emission testing results.
Caption title. "June 1989." "EPA/600/3-89/050." Microfiche.