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GB 13271-2014: PDF in English
GB 13271-2014
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 13.040.40
Z 60
Replacing GB 13271-2001
Emission standard of air pollutants for boiler
ISSUED ON: MAY 16, 2014
IMPLEMENTED ON: JULY 01, 2014
Issued by: Ministry of Environmental Protection;
General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of PRC.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4
1 Scope ... 6
2 Normative references ... 6
3 Terms and definitions ... 7
4 Air pollutant emission control requirements ... 9
5 Air pollutant monitoring requirements ... 11
6 Implementation and supervision ... 13
Emission standard of air pollutants for boiler
1 Scope
This standard specifies the maximum allowable emission concentration limits and
smoke blackness limits for particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, mercury
and their compounds in boiler flue gas.
This standard applies to steam boilers, which have a single output of 65 t/h and below,
hot water boilers of various capacities, organic heat carrier boilers using coal, oil and
gas as fuel; layer-burning furnaces and coal thrower furnace of various capacities.
Boilers that use briquettes, coal-water slurry, coal gangue, petroleum coke, oil shale,
biomass pellet fuel, etc. shall refer to the emission control requirements of coal-fired
boilers in this standard.
This standard does not apply to boilers, that use domestic waste and hazardous waste
as fuel.
This standard applies to the air pollutant emission management of boilers in use, as well
as the environmental impact assessment of boiler construction projects, the design of
environmental protection facilities, the acceptance of completed environmental
protection work, the management of air pollutant emissions after production.
This standard applies to pollutant discharge activities permitted by law. For the site
selection of newly established pollution sources and the management of existing
pollution sources in special protection areas, it shall be implemented, in accordance
with the relevant provisions of the "Atmospheric Pollution Prevention and Control Law
of the People's Republic of China", the "Water Pollution Prevention and Control Law
of the People's Republic of China", the "Marine Environmental Protection Law of the
People's Republic of China", the "Law of the People's Republic of China on the
Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution by Solid Waste", the "Law of the
People's Republic of China on the Prevention and Control of Radioactive Pollution",
the "Environmental Impact Assessment Law of the People's Republic of China", as well
as other laws, regulations, rules.
2 Normative references
The contents of this standard refer to the following documents or their provisions. For
undated referenced documents, the latest edition applies to this standard.
GB/T 5468 Measuring method for smoke and dust of boiler emission
Boiler
Equipment that uses heat energy or other thermal energy, which is released by fuel
combustion, to heat hot water or other working fluids, to produce steam, hot water
or other working fluids, which have specified parameters (temperature, pressure)
and quality.
3.2
In-use boiler
Before the date of implementation of this standard, boilers that have been built and
put into operation OR whose environmental impact assessment documents have
been approved.
3.3
New boiler
From the date of implementation of this standard, the new, renovated, expanded
boiler construction projects, whose environmental impact assessment documents
had been approved.
3.4
Organic fluid boiler
A boiler that uses organic liquid as the heat carrier fluid.
3.5
Standard condition
The state of boiler flue gas, at a temperature of 273.15 K and a pressure of 101325
Pa, which is referred to as the "standard state". The emission mass concentrations,
which are specified in this standard, refer to the values in dry flue gas under standard
conditions.
3.6
Stack height
The height -- from the ground level where the stack (or boiler room) is located to
the stack outlet.
3.7
O2 content
After fuel combustion, the excess free oxygen contained in the flue gas, which is
usually expressed as a dry basis volume percentage.
3.8
Key region
According to the requirements of environmental protection work, the areas where
the density of land development is high and the environmental carrying capacity
begins to weaken, OR where the atmospheric environment capacity is small and the
ecological environment is fragile, so serious atmospheric environmental pollution
problems are prone to occur and air pollutant emissions need to be strictly controlled.
3.9
Special limitation for air pollutants
Air pollutant emission limits, which are formulated and implemented, in order to
prevent and control regional air pollution, improve environmental quality, further
reduce the emission intensity of air pollution sources, more strictly control pollution
emissions. The control level of this limit reaches an internationally advanced or
leading level; it is applicable to key regions.
4 Air pollutant emission control requirements
4.1 In-use steam boilers above 10 t/h and hot water boilers above 7MW will implement
the emission limits, which are specified in GB 13271-2001, before September 30, 2015.
In-use steam boilers of 10 t/h and below and in-use hot water boilers of 7MW and below
will implement the emission limits, which are specified in GB 13271-2001, before June
30, 2016.
4.2 In-use steam boilers above 10 t/h and in-use hot water boilers above 7MW will
implement the air pollutant emission limits, which are specified in Table 1, from
October 1, 2015. In-use steam boilers of 10 t/h and below and in-use hot water boilers
of 7MW and below will implement the air pollutant emission limits, which are specified
in Table 1, from July 1, 2016.
higher than the tallest building.
4.6 If boilers constructed in different periods use a mixed method to emit flue gas,
meanwhile the selected monitoring location can only monitor the concentration of
atmospheric pollutants in the mixed flue gas, THEN, the most stringent emission limit
among the limits for each period shall be implemented.
5 Air pollutant monitoring requirements
5.1 Pollutant sampling and monitoring requirements
5.1.1 Boiler user enterprises shall establish enterprise monitoring systems, formulate
monitoring plans, carry out self-monitoring of pollutant emission conditions and their
impact on the quality of the surrounding environment, keep original monitoring records,
publish the monitoring results, in accordance with the provisions of relevant laws and
the "Environmental Monitoring Management Measures".
5.1.2 Boiler user enterprise shall design, construct, maintain permanent sampling ports,
sampling test platforms, sewage outlet signs, in accordance with the requirements of
environmental monitoring management provisions and technical specifications.
5.1.3 Sampling of boiler exhaust gas shall be carried out, at the specified pollutant
emission monitoring location, according to the types of pollutants to be monitored. If
there is an exhaust gas treatment facility, monitoring shall be done behind the facility.
The monitoring and sampling of air pollutants in the exhaust pipe shall be carried out,
in accordance with the provisions of GB 5468, GB/T 16157 or HJ/T 397.
5.1.4 Steam boilers of 20 t/h and above and hot water boilers of 14MW and above shall
be equipped with automatic monitoring equipment for pollutant emissions, networked
with the monitoring center of the environmental protection department, ensure normal
operation of the equipment, in accordance with provisions of the relevant laws and the
"Automatic Monitoring Management Methods of Pollution Sources".
5.1.5 For the monitoring of air pollutants, monitoring quality assurance and quality
control shall be carried out, in accordance with the requirements of HJ/T 373.
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BASIC DATA
Standard ID GB 13271-2014 (GB13271-2014)
Description (Translated English) Emission standard of air pollutants for boiler
Sector / Industry National Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard Z60
Classification of International Standard 13.040.40
Word Count Estimation 10,138
Date of Issue 2014/5/16
Date of Implementation 2014/7/1
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) GB 13271-2001
Quoted Standard GB/T 5468; GB/T 16157; HJ/T 42; HJ/T 43; HJ/T 56; HJ/T 57; HJ/T 373; HJ/T 397; HJ/T 398; HJ 543; HJ 629; HJ 692; HJ 693
Drafting Organization Tianjin Academy of Environmental Sciences
Administrative Organization Ministry of Environmental Protection
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Environmental Protection Notice No. 35 of 2014; National Standards Bulletin No. 11 of 2014
Summary This standard specifies the boiler flue gas particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, mercury and its compounds in the maximum allowable emission concentration limits and blackness limits.