SJUAPCD RULE 4703 STATIONARY GAS TURBINES
LAST REVISED 02/15/96



RULE 4703 - STATIONARY GAS TURBINES

(Adopted August 18, 1994; Amended March 16, 1995; Amended February 15, 1996)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to limit oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions from stationary gas turbine systems.

2.0 Applicability

3.0 Definitions

4.0 Exemptions

5.0 Requirements

NOx and CO emissions concentrations measured for compliance with Section 5.0 shall be averaged over a three hour period in accordance with the applicable test method in Section 6.4, or if continuous emission monitors are used, averaged in accordance with the requirements of 40 CFR, Part 60.13.



Stationary Gas Turbine Rating
Operating hours per year Compliance Limit,

NOx ppm at 15% O2

Gas Oil
4 MW and greater < 877 42 65
0.3 MW to less than 10.0 MW ³ 877 42 65
10.0 MW and greater, without SCR ³ 877 15 x EFF/25 42 x EFF/25
10.0 MW and greater, with SCR ³ 877 9 x EFF/25 25 x EFF/25







Stationary Gas Turbine
Compliance Limit,

NOx ppm at 15% O2

Gas Oil
General Electric Frame 7 with Quiet Combustors 18 x EFF/25 42 x EFF/25
Solar Saturn 1100 horsepower gas turbine powering centrifugal compressor 50 50



Stationary Gas Turbine Compliance Limit, CO ppm at 15% O2
Units subject to Section 5.1.1 200
General Electric Frame 7 25
General Electric Frame 7 with Quiet Combustors 52
Solar Saturn 1100 horsepower gas turbine powering centrifugal compressor 250



6.0 Administrative Requirements

7.0 Compliance Schedule

Except for owners or operators of units subject to Section 7.4, owners or operators of all applicable stationary gas turbine systems shall submit the emission control plan required by Section 6.1 by May 31, 1995. All owner/operators shall comply with the applicable provisions of Sections 5.0 and 6.0 in accordance with Section 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, or 7.5.