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VOC detection and monitoring of indoor air
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are chemicals that evaporate easily at room temperature. Organic refers to carbon-
VOCs are emitted by normal household products (e.g. air fresheners), construction materials, furniture and many chemicals used in our everyday lives. Some of them come with an odor we experience as an unpleasant smell, whilst others are not perceptible by the human nose. Indoor air is polluted often stronger than outdoor. This is a serious health concern for people e.g. while working in offices or production plants, traveling in cars or aircrafts and living in polluted buildings.
Levels of VOC exposure vary widely depending on the volume of air and its exchange rate, ventilation of the room as well as the outdoor air concentration. It typically ranges from sub-
Results of PTR-
Most of the relevant VOCs for the indoor air quality are easily quantifiable with PTR-
Aircraft cabin monitoring -
Scientists have conducted studies to analyze the ozone-
In a reconstructed section of a B-
Monitoring of chemical contamination related to the Sick Building Syndrome. Sensory impact on passengers in aircraft cabins, cars and workers in offices or family homes.
Indoor Air Quality
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