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Combustion high CO - Boiler and Pressure Vessel

Aug 30, 2005 · I`m measuring CO in the stack of my bagasse-fired boiler and the results are 13 % CO2, 3.2 % 02 and around 3000 ppm of CO. The environmental regulation stipulates not more than 1000 ppm of CO and obviouslY we are well outside the norms. By putting more air in the boiler, we can achieve a CO of less than 1000 ppp but this is at the detriment of 02. A high CO means that part of the fuel is left

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gas boiler high carbon monoxide levels - YouTube

Older boilers generally have higher levels of CO than new equipment because CO has only recently become a concern and older burners were not designed to achieve low CO levels. In todays equipment, high levels of carbon monoxide emissions primarily result from incomplete combustion due to poor burner design or firing conditions (for example, an improper air-to-fuel ratio) or possibly a leaky furnace.

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Is a high efficiency, condensing gas - U.S. Boiler Company

High Carbon monoxide readings tend to point to what I like to call "unbalanced combustion". You see, it could be due to lack of combustion air, too much gas, or too much excess air (not my blog, please keep clicking!). No matter how you slice it, the combustion process is out of balance.

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Excess Air: High CO Reading, Now What?

The importance of monitoring CO, O2 and other gases in

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High CO readings from old Oil Boiler.Should I be worried?

The importance of monitoring CO, O2 and other gases in

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Flue gases and combustion product hazards from heating

Mar 13, 2013 · High CO and no smoke on an oil furnace may mean it is way underfired and isn't hot enough to burn all the fuel. Oil starts out as a liquid, is converted to small droplets through the nozzle and then becomes a gas or vapor in the heat exchanger and then it burns. Too many vapors are not burning and that is not proper.

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The importance of monitoring CO, O2 and - Gas Analyzers

Aug 23, 2012 · Gas pressure is the easiest thing to start with, obviously BP and IWP on old boilers and just IWP on new ones. From there you need to be gas rating and checking the integrity of the flue. On some condensing boilers the gas valve is adjustable to get the perfect ration and co2 percentage.

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Boiler Emissions 101

If some carbon molecules cannot find some oxygen molecules, they will partially convert to CO (carbon monoxide) rather than CO2 (carbon dioxide). All burner/boilers are designed to have some excess air to reduce the amount of CO made. Why its controlled: In its gaseous form, CO is a poisonous substance. In solid form it is commonly referred to as soot, an unhealthy and dirty substance.

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what could the symptoms be for a high Co/Co2 ratio

what could the symptoms be for a high Co/Co2 ratio

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