NEN-EN 14907

Ambient air quality - Standard gravimetric measurement method for the determination of the PM2,5 mass fraction of suspended particulate matter

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Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 September 2005
Status: inactive
Page Count: 33
ICS Code (Ambient atmospheres): 13.040.20
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This European Standard describes a standard method for determining the PM2,5 mass concentration of suspended particulate matter in ambient air by sampling the particulate matter on filters and weighing them by means of a balance. Measurements are made over a sampling period of about 24 h, and in line with the Directive, are expressed as µg/m 3 , where the volume of air is the volume at ambient conditions near the inlet at the time of sampling. The range of application of the standard is from 1 µg/m 3 (i.e. the limit of detection of the standard measurement method expressed as its uncertainty) up to 120 µg/m 3 (i.e. the maximum concentration level observed during the field study undertaken by CEN/TC 264/WG 15 to validate the standard).

Document History

NEN-EN 14907
September 1, 2005
Ambient air quality - Standard gravimetric measurement method for the determination of the PM2,5 mass fraction of suspended particulate matter
This European Standard describes a standard method for determining the PM2,5 mass concentration of suspended particulate matter in ambient air by sampling the particulate matter on filters and...
April 1, 2004
Ambient air quality - Reference gravimetric measurement method for the determination of the PM2,5 mass fraction of suspended particulate matter
This European Standard describes a standard method for determining the PM2,5 mass concentration of suspended particulate matter in ambient air by sampling the particulate matter on filters and...

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