SULFUR Sample Clauses

SULFUR. The specified maximum Sulfur content for Fuel Oils provided under this contract shall be as defined in Table I and II of the detailed specifications and further modified in “Summary of EPA Sulfur Content Requirements”. Delivered product having a sulfur content greater than that allowed shall be adjusted in price as specified elsewhere herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT. Delivered product having a sulfur content greater than that allowed by NYCRR, Title 6 Environmental Conservation Law, Chapter III Air Resources, Subchapter A, Subpart 225-1.2 (d) Table 2 shall be removed from the purchasing agency’s tank and replaced with product conforming to specifications. The Sulfur content shall be determined using - ASTM Test Method D129 or D4294 (IP #61/84), latest revision thereof, or approved equivalent method, relative to the individual characteristics of the product being tested.
SULFUR. The specified maximum Sulfur content for Fuel Oils provided under this contract shall be fifteen ten thousandths of a percent, per table which follows. Delivered product having sulfur content greater than fifteen ten thousandths of a percent (.0015%) shall be adjusted in price as stated elsewhere herein for NON-COMPLYING PRODUCT. Delivered product having a sulfur content greater than that allowed by NYCRR, Title 6 Environmental Conservation Law, Chapter III Air Resources, Subchapter A, Subpart 225-1.2.(d) Table 2 shall be removed from the purchasing agency’s tank and replaced with product conforming to specifications. The Sulfur content shall be determined using ASTM D2622-10, or ASTM D4294-10; or latest revisions thereof relative to the individual characteristics of the product being tested. SUMMARY OF SULFUR CONTENT (REQUIREMENTS): Geographical Area of the State Percent of Sulfur by Weight (Maximum) Statewide Highway Vehicles: 0.0015% (fifteen ten thousandths of a percent).
SULFUR. The sulfur content shall be determined from tests taken at the Receipt Point(s) by methods accepted in the industry, such as GPA Standard 2377, as revised, “Method of Test for Hydrogen Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide in Natural Gas Using Length of Stain Tubes.” Other sulfur species can be determined by chromatographic analysis conditional on the partiesacceptance of the type of analysis to be used and the condition of the sample.
SULFUR. Sulfur, if any will be sold pursuant to this Agreement, will be measured in accordance production records maintained by the Seller, or through other means agreeable by the Inventory Committee and Petroleum Inspection Company.
SULFUR. There are several concerns relative to the levels of sulfur contained in the fuel gas supply. Many of these are not directly related to the gas turbine but to associated equipment and emissions requirements. These concerns include but not limited to:
SULFUR. Sulfur occurs in fuels as combustible organic compounds yielding sulfur oxides on combustion. These combine with any traces of sodium or potassium present to form alkali sulfates; a principal source of hot corrosion. The sulfur level in a fuel cannot be lowered enough by refining to avoid the formation of alkali sulfates, so that they must be controlled by limiting the sodium and potassium levels in the fuel. Gas turbine installations utilizing exhaust heat recovery equipment could have metal temperatures below the dewpoint of sulfuric acid, and in these cases it is necessary to know the sulfur level in the fuel to avoid acid corrosion of heat transfer surfaces. The maximum allowable sulfur to avoid sulfuric acid condensation will depend on the specific heat recovery equipment used. For fuels exceeding this maximum level, the operating temperature of the heat recovery equipment could be changed accordingly to avoid condensation of acid products. The sulfur level of liquid fuels is regulated in many localities as a means of controlling the emission of sulfur oxides in the exhaust gases. Crude oils burned directly as fuels may also contain active sulfur in the form of hydrogen sulfide or mercaptans. These substances, especially in the presence of water, may cause corrosion to fuel system components. For this reason, the water content of such fuels should be kept as low as possible.
SULFUR. Any level of sulfur will produce an offensive odor. A chemical treatment may be necessary to correct this issue. Contact your well contractor for professional advice. Contamination of Ground Water: To prevent the accidental contamination of ground water any well system that includes ancillary equipment into which chemicals are added should have a backflow prevention valve installed between the system and the well.
SULFUR. Gas shall not contain more than twenty (20) grains per one hundred (100) cubic feet (excluding sulfur contained in hydrogen sulfide);

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  • Outputs Output information will be provided to CLEC in the form of bills, files, and reports. Bills will capture all regular monthly and incremental/usage charges and present them in a summarized format. The files and reports delivered to CLEC come in the following categories: Usage Record File Line Usage Information Loss and Completion Order Information Category 11 Facility Based Line Usage Information SAG/FAM Street Address/Facility Availability Information 12.2.5.1 Bills

  • ESTIMATED / SPECIFIC QUANTITY CONTRACTS Estimated quantity contracts, also referred to as indefinite delivery / indefinite quantity contracts, are expressly agreed and understood to be made for only the quantities, if any, actually ordered during the Contract term. No guarantee of any quantity is implied or given. With respect to any specific quantity stated in the contract, the Commissioner reserves the right after award to order up to 20% more or less (rounded to the next highest whole number) than the specific quantities called for in the Contract. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Commissioner may purchase greater or lesser percentages of Contract quantities should the Commissioner and Contractor so agree. Such agreement may include an equitable price adjustment.

  • RE-WEIGHING PRODUCT Deliveries are subject to re- weighing at the point of destination by the Authorized User. If shrinkage occurs which exceeds that normally allowable in the trade, the Authorized User shall have the option to require delivery of the difference in quantity or to reduce the payment accordingly. Such option shall be exercised in writing by the Authorized User.

  • Samples Physical examples of materials, equipment, or workmanship that are representative of some portion of the Work and that establish the standards by which such portion of the Work will be judged. The Contractor shall furnish for approval all samples required by the Contract Documents. The Work shall be in accordance with approved samples.