|ID = 39
|Title = Review
of small Scale Devices for measuring chemical Emission from Materials
|Abstract = A review
of published material covering small scale devices for measuring emission
of volatile organic compounds (VOC) especially from building materials
has been performed. The review is based on the international literature
as well as patents, standard methods and devices for industrial application.
Several small scale devices for emission measurements exist. A few of these
devices are constructed for being attached directly to the surface of building
materials on site. Stainless steel is the most frequently used material
since the surface is smooth and inert. For low emission rate materials
headspace technique provides too small amounts of volatile compounds. Existing
microchambers for industrial use are mainly limited to very specific applications
and the testing often performed at elevated temperatures.
|Location = Swedish
National Testing and Research Institute. Chemical Analysis SP. Report 1991:
|Reference type = Report
|Author = Gustafsson,H.
|Company or Institute