Two Domestic Fireplaces Presenting Low Co and Dust Emission Factors by Optimization of the Combustion Process

C. Le Dreff-Lorimier, V. Tschamber, G. Trouve, S. Labbé & S. Postel
Because domestic heating appliances have the advantage to reduce emissions of greenhouse gas, their use is increasing and largely recommended by European governments. Some recent studies revealed that they are source of near a hundred of other chemical compounds. One of the most important challenges today is to optimize combustion processes in order to reduce gaseous pollutants and particles in the fumes. In this study, two optimized combustion chambers are presented and tested. The first...