Analysis of VOCs from Car Interior Parts, Packaging Materials and Architectural materials

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Summary

The revision of Building Standards Act was enforced at July 1st, 2003. The usage of formaldehyde for interior finish of architectural materials is regulated by its diffusion rate. In February 2005, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers announced that new-model cars from 2007 would meet the guidelines of concentration of 13 designated chemical substances and that automobile manufacturers would deal with the reduction of these substances in cooperation with parts and materials manufacturers.

ANAC can measure VOCs specified by each of automakers.

●Guidelines of the indoor concentration of the following substances were designed by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

  Types (μg/m3 (ppm)
Formaldehyde Aldehydes 100 0.08
Acetaldehyde Aldehydes 48 0.03
Toluene Organic solvent 260 0.07
Xylene Organic solvent 870 0.2
Ethyl benzene Organic solvent 3800 0.88
Styrene Organic solvent 220 0.05
Tetradecane Organic solvent 330 0.04
Dibutyl phthalate Plasticizer 220 0.02
Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate Plasticizer 120 7.6ppb
Chlorpyrifos Insecticide 1 0.07ppb
p-Dichlorobenzene Insect repellent 240 0.04
Diajinon Insecticide 0.29 0.02ppb
Fenobucarb Insecticide 33 3.8ppb
TVOC C6~C16 Provisional target value: 400μg/m3

A Heating Oven for Big Car Parts (4000L)

A Small Chamber (20L)

Search Number 7005

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