The French VOC label (émissions dans l'air intérieur, which corresponds to Emissions in indoor air in English) is a mandatory environmental label for indoor buildings to enter the French market. A + is the mark of the high environmental protection level * of the French VOC label, and also the mark of the high environmental protection level of Z in Europe.
It is based on the technical regulations of the international standard ISO-16000 indoor air, simulating the indoor environment where people actually live, and measuring the air quality in the painted space through professional precision instruments for 28 days, according to the total volatile air The concentration of organic compounds and the concentration of ten other common organic compounds that are harmful to the human body rate the product.
The French VOC label is a mandatory environmental label for indoor buildings to enter the French market. It is based on the technical regulations of the international standard ISO-16000 Indoor Air, which simulates the actual indoor environment of people’s living, and is tested by professional precision instruments for 28 days. The air quality in the space after brushing is rated according to the concentration of total volatile organic compounds in the air and the concentration of ten other common organic compounds that are harmful to the human body. The environmental protection level of the French VOC label is A+.
As long as it is the building materials required for interior decoration, it can basically be applied to A + standards, such as: panels, floor coverings, paints, artistic coatings, paints and varnishes, windows and doors, walls and ceiling panels, etc.
ISO16000 (VOC detection standard)
iso16000 There are a total of 26 items in the standard, but companies generally do not It is necessary to do so much, usually buyers will ask for it ISO16000-3, ISO16000-6, ISO16000- 9. ISO16000-11, these four items, but the specifics depend on the product!
The following is an introduction to some items in ISO16000
ISO 16000-1: 2004 can be applied to indoor environments, such as residence Living rooms, bedrooms, personal rooms, recreation rooms, cellars, kitchens and bathrooms, etc.; or studios or workplaces in buildings that do not require air pollutant health and safety reviews (for example, offices, sales halls); public buildings Objects (for example: hospitals, schools, kindergartens, gymnasiums, libraries, restaurants, bars, theaters and cinemas, etc.), as well as habitable cabins for transportation.
ISO 16000-2: 2004 indoor air—— No. 2 Part: Formaldehyde Sampling Strategy
ISO 16000-2: 2004 This standard helps plan indoor pollution The measurement of formaldehyde. In the case of indoor air measurement, careful sampling planning and complete measurement strategies are of special significance, because the measurement results can lead to more far-reaching inferences, such as the need for remedial actions or the success of such remedial actions.
ISO 16000-3: 2004 indoor air—— third Part: Determination of formaldehyde or other hydroxy compounds—— Active sampling method
ISO 16000-4: 2004 indoor air—— No. 4 Part: Determination of formaldehyde—— Dispersive sampling method
ISO 16000-4: 2004 This standard specifies the use of dispersibility Sampler / solvent desorption / high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) for the determination of formaldehyde in indoor air.
ISO 16000-6: 2004 indoor air—— No. 6 Part: Determination of the content of volatile organic compounds in indoor and laboratory air by active sampling, thermal absorption and MS/FID gas chromatography on Tenax TA absorbent.
ISO 16000-6: 2004 This standard specifies a test Methods of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in indoor air and air sampling tests for VOCs emitted from building materials used in the laboratory. This method is based on the analysis of indoor air using Tenax TA absorbent, thermal desorption and gas chromatography