Determination of Halogens and Sulfur in Refuse Derived Fuel by Combustion Ion Chromatography
DescriptionRefuse Derived Fuel (RDF) is a fuel produced by shredding and dehydrating solid waste deriving largely from municipal waste. Because RDF is used as fuel for power plants and boilers, it is important to know the halogen and sulfur content as an indication of the potential for formation of corrosives or environmental contaminants. By using a combustion ion chromatography (CIC) system consisting of the automatic quick furnace AQF-2100H and an ICS-1600 ion chromatograph, the concentrations of halogens and sulfur can be determined accurately and quickly.
|Keywords:||fluoride, power plant, Chloride, phosphate, Sulfate, Combustion, IonPac AS12A, Sulfur, Halogen, boiler, Municipal waste, Chlorine, Fluorine, Corrosive, environmental contaminant, AQF-2100H, TN000767|
|Matrix:||Refuse derived fuel|
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