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  1. Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations - SOR/2016-151 (Section 7)
    Marginal note:Modern heaters
    •  (1) Subject to section 10, the NOx emission intensity of a modern heater — that, for a given hour, has at least 50% of the input energy in its combustion chamber resulting from the introduction of gaseous fossil fuel set out in column 1 of the table to this subsection and that has a difference between the temperature of its preheated air and the ambient air set out in column 2 must not, for that hour, exceed the limit set out in column 3.

      TABLE

      Modern Heaters — NOX Emission Intensity Limits

      Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
      Item Gaseous Fossil Fuel Difference between Temperature of Preheated Air and Ambient Air (°C) NOx Emission Intensity Limit (g/GJ)
      2 Natural gas > 0 and ≤ 150 16 × [1 + (2 x 10-4T) + (7 x 10-6T2)], where T is the difference, expressed in °C, between the temperature of its preheated air and the ambient air
      5 Alternative gas > 0 and ≤ 155 20.8 × [1 + (2 x 10-4T) + (7 x 10-6T2)], where T is the difference, expressed in °C, between the temperature of its preheated air and the ambient air
    • Marginal note:Preheated air

      (2) For the purpose of subsection (1), the difference between the temperature of a modern heater’s preheated air and the ambient air, expressed in °C, for the given hour

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  2. Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations - SOR/2016-151 (Section 24)
    Marginal note:Difference of temperature — preheated air

     For a modern heater that is equipped to preheat air, the difference between the temperature of its preheated air and the ambient air, for a given hour, must be determined by the formula

    Tp − Ta

    where

    Tp 
    is the average temperature, expressed in °C, of the heater’s preheated air introduced into the combustion chamber during the given hour, as measured at the point of introduction to the combustion chamber; and
    Ta 
    is the average temperature, expressed in °C, of the ambient air introduced into the preheater during the given hour, as measured at the point of introduction to the air preheater.

  3. Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations - SOR/2016-151 (Section 2)
    Marginal note:Definitions
    •  (1) The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

      diesel fuel

      diesel fuel  means a fuel that can evaporate at atmospheric pressure, that boils at a temperature of at least 130ºC and at most 400ºC and that is for use in diesel engines. (carburant diesel)

      gaseous fuel

      gaseous fuel  means a fuel that is gaseous at a temperature of 15.6ºC and an absolute pressure of 101.325 kPa. (combustible gazeux)

      gasoline

      gasoline  means a petroleum distillate, or a blend of petroleum distillates, oxygenates or additives, that is suitable for use in a spark-ignition engine and that has the following characteristics, as determined by the applicable test method listed in the National Standard of Canada CAN/CGSB-3.5-2011, Automotive Gasoline:

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      • (c) a distillation temperature, at which 10% of the fuel evaporates, of at least 35°C and at most 70°C; and

      • (d) a distillation temperature, at which 50% of the fuel evaporates, of at least 60°C and at most 120°C. (essence)


  4. Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations - SOR/2016-151 (SCHEDULE 2 : Alberta CEMS Code Modifications)

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    1 The Alberta CEMS Code is to be read as follows:

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    • (y) with “in accordance with the Alberta Stack Sampling Code, and in such a manner that they will yield results representative of the pollutant concentration, emission rate, moisture content, temperature and effluent flow rate from the unit and can be correlated with the CEMS measurements.” in Section 4.5.8(d) read as “in such a manner that they will yield results representative of the pollutant concentration, emission rate, moisture content, temperature and effluent flow rate from the unit and can be correlated with the CEMS measurements, and in accordance with EPA Method 7E or EPA Method 6C, as the case may be, along with EPA Method 3A and

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  5. Multi-Sector Air Pollutants Regulations - SOR/2016-151 (Section 90)
    Marginal note:Invalid emissions check — temperature
    •  (1) If there is a difference of more than 3°C between any two NO cell temperatures that are recorded in accordance with subsection 88(2), the emissions check in question and any concentration that is determined in accordance with section 89 are invalid.



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