Exhaust gas definition

Exhaust gas means any offgas (the constituents of which may consist of any fluids, either as a liquid and/or gas) discharged directly or ultimately to the atmosphere that was initially con- tained in or was in direct contact with the equipment for which gas limits are prescribed in §§ 61.62(a) and (b); 61.63(a); 61.64 (a)(1), (b), (c), and (d); 61.65 (b)(1)(ii), (b)(2), (b)(3), (b)(5), (b)(6)(ii), (b)(7), and (b)(9)(ii); and 61.65(d). A leak as defined in paragraph (w) of this sec- tion is not an exhaust gas. Equipment which contains exhaust gas is subject to § 61.65(b)(8), whether or not that equipment contains 10 percent by vol- ume vinyl chloride.
Exhaust gas means any offgas (the constituents of which may consist of any fluids, either as a liquid and/or gas) discharged directly or ultimately to the atmosphere that was initially contained in or was in direct contact with the equipment for which exhaust gas limits are prescribed in subparagraph (3)(a) and
Exhaust gas means any offgas (the constituents of which may consist of any fluids, either as a liquid and/or gas) discharged directly or ultimately to the atmosphere that was initially contained in or was in direct contact with the equipment for which exhaust gas limits are prescribed in subparagraph (3)(a) and (b); subparagraph (4)(b); parts (5)(b)l., (b)2., subparagraphs (5)(c), (d), and (e); subpart (6)(c)1.(ii), parts (6)(c)2., (c)5., subparts (6)(c)6.(ii), and (c)9.(ii) of Rule 1200-3-11-.05.

Examples of Exhaust gas in a sentence

  • Exhaust gas sampling may be performed using either the raw gas sampling method or the constant vol- ume sampling (CVS) method.

  • If the dilute sampling method (Constant Volume Sampling) is used, neither fuel flow nor air flow measure- ments are required.(c) Exhaust gas measurements.


More Definitions of Exhaust gas

Exhaust gas means the flue gas exiting the combustion source prior to the application of any air pollution control device.

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