Ted Krapkat
537 posts
TimePosted 21/10/2014 01:46:51

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Hello Mohan,

Have you tested the stack gases to determine if the orange plume is NOx or fine particulates?

 

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Ted.

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technical cement forms
80 posts
TimePosted 24/10/2014 11:32:20

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Sir,

  Kiln stack NOX is 742.66mg /m3. Can you explain in what way it leads to orange plume?

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Ted Krapkat
537 posts
TimePosted 30/10/2014 05:06:48

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Hello Mohan,

NOx measures both NO (which is colourless) and NO2 (which is a deep orange), however once the NO comes in contact with air it converts into NO2. 

Under certain conditions, a yellow-orange plume can be seen even at NO2 concentrations as low as 500ppm.

 

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Ted.

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quicklime
3 posts
TimePosted 28/09/2015 11:55:48
quicklime says

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Dear Friend

Could you please send me your prsentation how eliminate detached plume phenomena /.

 

Regards

Ammar Sami

Works Manager

 

 

 

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