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ISO 12219-9

Interior air of road vehicles — Part 9: Determination of the emissions of volatile organic compounds from vehicle interior parts — Large bag method

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 April 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 22
ICS Code (Ambient atmospheres): 13.040.20
ICS Code (Road vehicles in general): 43.020
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This document specifies a large bag sampling method for measuring volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde and other carbonyl compounds which are emitted from vehicle interior parts into the air inside road vehicles. This method is intended for evaluation of large new vehicle interior parts, and complete assemblies. This is a screening method to compare similar car components under similar test conditions on a routine basis.

Evaluating VOC emissions of vehicle interior parts is an important aspect of the vehicle indoor air quality.

This document is complementary to existing standards and provides test laboratories and the manufacturing industry with a cost-effective evaluation of vehicle interior parts. This method is only applicable to newly manufactured vehicle parts. This method is applicable to all types of vehicles, and vehicle products which are used as parts in the interior of vehicles.

Document History

ISO 12219-9
April 1, 2019
Interior air of road vehicles — Part 9: Determination of the emissions of volatile organic compounds from vehicle interior parts — Large bag method
This document specifies a large bag sampling method for measuring volatile organic compounds (VOCs), formaldehyde and other carbonyl compounds which are emitted from vehicle interior parts into the...

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