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Main Title Coal-Fired Industrial Boiler Inspection Guide.
Author Gallagher, W. E. ; Isaacs, G. A. ; Ponder, T. C. ; Ressl, R. A. ;
CORP Author PEDCo-Environmental, Inc., Cincinnati, OH.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards.
Year Published 1984
Report Number REPT-3560-3-9; EPA-68-01-6310; EPA/340/1-83-025;
Stock Number PB85-180867
Additional Subjects Guidelines ; Air pollution control equipment ; Boilers ; Inspection ; Industrial wastes ; Combustion products ; Steam ; Space heating ; Electric power plants ; Particles ; Regulations ; Scrubbers ; Maintenance ; Cyclone separators ; Coal fired power plants ; Fabric filters ; Electrostatic precipitators
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NTIS  PB85-180867 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
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This document provides guidance for evaluating the performance of coal-fired industrial boilers relative to a pollution control agency's particulate air pollution control rules and regulations. The guidance and checklists in this document enable an air pollution control agency inspector to check a boiler operation quickly and efficiently. A thorough description of stoker-fired and pulverized coal-fired industrial boilers helps prepare the inspector for the field inspection. Pollution control equipment typically used on industrial boilers (multicyclones, fabric filters, electrostatic precipitators, and scrubbers) is described as well as common problems and possible solutions that influence the operation and maintenance of these devices. Baseline data for a boiler and its pollution control equipment normally are established during a compliance stack test. Information contained in this report shows the agency inspector how to compare current boiler operations to the baseline data for a compliance determination. This is particularly useful when a clearly defined cause-and-effect relationship cannot be established for a given source.