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Posted by Jeff on January 05, 2008 at 05:48:34:
We use a water spray cooler to cool our flue gases in a waste incinerator. The temperature of incoming flue gas is just above 1000degC, and is cooled to around 180degC. Lime and Carbon is then injected to nutralize HCL and then passes into a bag house.
My Question is could clorine in our water supply be acting to increase HCL production?
Typically we associate our HCL production to be a direct product of burning rubber.
thanks for any info or links.
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