EPA Method 204A


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EPA Method 204A:
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTENT IN LIQUID INPUT STREAM

Summary:
The amount of VOC containing liquid introduced to the process is determined as the weight difference of the feed material before and after each sampling run. The VOC content of the liquid input material is determined by volatilizing a small aliquot of the material and analyzing the volatile material using a flame ionization analyzer (FIA). A sample of each VOC containing liquid is analyzed with a FIA to determine V.

Scope:
This procedure is applicable for determining the input of volatile organic compounds (VOC). It is intended to be used in the development of liquid/gas protocols for determining VOC capture efficiency (CE) for surface coating and printing operations.

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