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Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds in Wooden Furniture by Environmental Chambers
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Poster Title: Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds in Wooden Furniture by Environmental Chambers
Submitted on 29 Nov 2021
Author(s): Tylor Keller
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Abstract: At present, the detection methods of formaldehyde and VOCs in building materials and furniture are generally sent to the laboratory and tested by the environmental chamber. The environmental chamber can better simulate the actual use environment of the samples, and the release of formaldehyde and VOCs in the climate chamber of the sample is close to the normal emission rate and regularity of the sample, and the test results are more consistent with the actual release status of the samples. Therefore, using the climate chamber method to detect the actual VOCs release of furniture has become the main test method of building materials and furniture in the laboratory.Summary: In the processing and production of wooden furniture, the use of adhesives, paints, etc., makes it unavoidable that volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde and benzene are present in wooden furniture materials. When placed in a room, it will affect the indoor air quality and endanger the user's health.

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