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HJ/T 56-2000 (HJT 56-2000)

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BASIC DATA
Standard ID HJ/T 56-2000 (HJ/T56-2000)
Description (Translated English) Determination of sulphur dioxide from exhausted gas of stationary source - Iodine titration method
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard Z23
Classification of International Standard 13.020.40
Word Count Estimation 7,777
Date of Issue 2000-12-07
Date of Implementation 2001-03-01
Quoted Standard GB/T 16157-1996
Drafting Organization China Environmental Monitoring Station
Administrative Organization National Environmental Protection Administration
Summary This standard specifies the iodometric determination of stationary source emission of sulfur dioxide concentration and the measurement of sulfur dioxide emission rate method.

HJ/T 56-2000
HJ
STANDARD OF STATE ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION ADMINISTRATION
Determination of sulphur dioxide from exhausted gas
of stationary source - Iodine titration method
ISSUED ON. DECEMBER 07, 2000
IMPLEMENTED ON. MARCH 1, 2001
Issued by. State Environmental Protection Administration of PRC
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 4 
2 Normative references ... 4 
3 Determination method-principle, determination range and determination
error ... 4 
4 Influential factors ... 4 
5 Apparatus ... 5 
6 Reagents ... 5 
7 Sampling ... 7 
8 Determination ... 8 
9 Calculation ... 8 
10 Calculation of sulfur dioxide emission rate ... 8 
Foreword
This Standard specifies the iodine titration method to determine the concentration of
sulphur dioxide from exhausted gas of stationary source as well as its total emission.
During the formulating, this Standard referred to the national standard. GB/T 16157-
1996 “The determination of particulates and sampling methods of gaseous pollutants
emitted from exhaust gas of stationary source” and parts of “Air and waste gas
monitoring analysis method” issued by State Environmental Protection Administration
in 1990. It also referred to relevant sampler’s technical indicators and domestic-foreign
enterprise standards.
This Standard was proposed by Department of Science, Technology and Standards of
State Environmental Protection Administration.
This Standard was drafted by China National Environmental Monitoring Center.
This Standard shall be interpreted by State Environmental Protection Administration.
Determination of sulphur dioxide from exhausted gas
of stationary source - Iodine titration method
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the iodine titration method to determine the concentration of
sulphur dioxide from exhausted gas of stationary source as well as the determination
of sulfur dioxide emission rate.
2 Normative references
The following standard contains the provisions which, through reference in this
Standard, constitute the provisions of this Standard. It has the same effect as this
Standard.
GB/T 16157-1996 The determination of particulates and sampling methods of
gaseous pollutants emitted from exhaust gas of stationary source
3 Determination method-principle, determination range and
determination error
Sulfur dioxide from exhausted gas is absorbed by the mixed solution of ammonium
sulfamate. Use iodine standard solution to titrate. Calculate the sulfur dioxide
concentration according to the titration. Reactions are shown as follows.
Determination range. 100 ~ 6000 mg/m3; within the determination range, the batch
error of the method shall not be greater than ± 6%.
4 Influential factors
4.1 When boiler fuel is burning under normal conditions, the content of reducing
substances such as H2S in the exhausted gas is very little; its influence to the
determination is negligible.
4.2 Ammonium sulfamate in absorption solution can eliminate the influence of carbon
7.3 Sampling frequency
Under same working conditions, it shall determine three times in a row; take the
average value as determination result.
8 Determination
After sampling, it shall titrate the sample as soon as possible. The sample shall not be
placed for more than 1h. Move all samples in two absorption bottles into the iodine
bottle. Use a small amount of absorption solution (6.1) to respectively wash the
absorption bottle twice. Move the washing solution into the iodine bottle as well. Shake
well. When adding 50 ml of 2 g/L starch solution (6.3), use 0.010 mol/L iodine standard
solution (6.8) to titrate to blue. Record the consumption V (ml).
Separately, take the absorption solution (6.1) of same volume. Conduct blank titration
in the same method. Record the consumption V0 (ml).
If the sulfur dioxide concentration of the gas is high, it shall take part of absorption
solution to titrate. At this time, the result calculated according the equation listed in
Clause 9 shall be divided by the ratio of partial absorption solution accounting for total
absorption solution.
9 Calculation
Where,
c’ - sulfur dioxide concentration of dry gas under standard conditions (mg/m3);
c(1/2 I2) - concentration of iodine stock solution (mol/L);
Vnd - sampling volume of dry gas under standard conditions (L);
32.0 - the mass (g) of sulfur dioxide (1/2 SO2) that is equal to 1 L of 1 mol/L iodine
standard solution (1/2 I2).
10 Calculation of sulfur dioxide emission rate
10.1 Determination and calculation of exhausted gas flow
According to provisions in 7.1 ~ 7.5 of GB/T 16157-1996, measure the exhaust flow
rate. According to provisions in 7.6, calculate dry exhaust gas flow Qsn (m3/h) under
standard conditions.
Where,
Qsn - dry exhaust gas flow under standard conditions.
10.2 Calculation of sulfur dioxide emission rate
10.2.1 When sulfur dioxide concentration is represented in ppm (V/V), its concentration
c can be converted to sulfur dioxide concentration of dry gas under standard conditions,
according to the following equation.
Where,
c’ - sulfur dioxide concentration of dry gas under standard conditions (mg/m3).
10.2.2 Calculation of sulfur dioxide emission rate G