Atmosphere

Emissions from domestic solid fuel burning appliances (wood-heaters, open fireplaces)

Technical Report No. 5
J. Gras, C.Meyer, I. Weeks, R. Gillett, I. Galbally, J. Todd, F. Carnovale, R. Joynt, A. Hinwood, H. Berko and S. Brown.
Environment Australia, March 2002
ISBN 0 6425 4867 6

Appendix 4: Selected photographs of instrumentation

Figure 1: Heater C1

Figure 1: Heater C1 (rated 0.9 g kg-1 to AS4013)

Note: Rated 0.9 g kg-1 to AS4013

Figure 2: Heater C2

Figure 2: Heater C2

Note: Rated 3.7 g kg-1 to AS4013

Figure 3: Non compliant heater

Figure 3: Non compliant heater

Note: 1985 manufacture

Figure 4: Open fireplace insert

Figure 4: Open fireplace insert

Figure 5: Dilution hood on AS4013 test rig

Figure 5: Dilution hood on AS4013 test rig

Figure 6: Test rig sample duct

Figure 6: Test rig sample duct

Note: Showing aerosol (left-centre) and gas (right-centre) sampling ports.

Figure 7: Aerosol sample line, and sampling instruments

Figure 7: Aerosol sample line, and sampling instruments

Figure 8: Close view of filter samplers

Figure 8: Close view of filter samplers with dioxin line and Peltier cooling block in the foreground

Note: Dioxin line and Peltier cooling block in the foreground

Figure 9: FTIR spectrometer in temperature-controlled housing

Figure 9: FTIR spectrometer in temperature-controlled housing

Figure 10: Rack housing methane,VOC, SO2, CO2 and NOX sampling instruments

Figure 10: Rack housing methane,VOC, SO2, CO2 and NOX sampling instruments