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Introduction to VOC testing
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are an important factor affecting the air quality in cars. VOCs mainly include alkanes, alkenes, aromatics, aldehydes or ketones, etc., which have a special pungent smell, and some have been classified as carcinogens, such as vinyl chloride, benzene, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, etc. Some VOCs also damage the ozone layer. role, such as chlorofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons.

Nowadays, cars have entered thousands of households, and the problem of air pollution inside cars has become a common concern among consumers. Automobile associations and related agencies in various countries have formulated in-car air standards and requirements in order to control the air quality in the car. World-renowned car companies have also formulated their own corporate standards to control the air quality in their cars.
VOC sources and hazards
Most of the VOCs in the car come from the paint after the interior paint. In order to reduce the health hazards caused by material VOCs to the human body, my country has vigorously developed environmentally friendly coating products in recent years. On January 26, 2015, it began to regulate coatings and other products in production. Consumption tax is levied on entrusted processing and import links. Only coatings with a VOC content of less than 420 g/L (inclusive) under construction are exempt from consumption tax.

When the VOC concentration is too high, it is easy to cause acute poisoning. In mild cases, it may cause headache, dizziness, cough, nausea, and vomiting; in severe cases, convulsions may occur, and it may damage the human liver, kidneys, brain, and nervous system.
Medical research has proven that pregnant women living under the influence of VOC environment have a much higher probability of fetal malformation than ordinary people, and may have an impact on the child's future intellectual development.
Automobile company standard reference
Car air VOC test
GB/T 27630-2011 Guidelines for air quality evaluation in passenger cars
HJ/T 400-2007 Sampling and determination method for volatile organic compounds and aldehydes and ketones in vehicles


Auto parts VOC testing
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association JASO M 902-2007 Volatile organic compounds (VOC) test method for automotive interior parts
Toyota Motor TSM0508G VOC sampling bag detection method
Nissan NES M0402 Test method for volatile organic compounds in automotive interior parts
Mazda MES CF 090 VOC detection method for automotive interior parts
Honda Motor 0094Z-T0A-0000 VOC detection method for automotive interior parts
General Motors TS-BD-003 Test Method for Volatile Organic Compounds in Vehicle Interior Parts - Bag Method
Hyundai Motor MS300-55 VOC emission test method for automotive interior parts
Suzuki SES N 2403 Volatile organic compound emission control standard
SAIC Motor SMTC 5 400 018 (V1) VOC test method for car interior parts (bag method)
Great Wall Motors Q/CC SY248 Sampling and determination method for volatile organic compounds and aldehydes and ketones in non-metallic interior parts
Automotive material VOC testing
VDA275 Formaldehyde Emission Test of Automotive Interior Materials by the Federation of the German Automobile Industry
VDA277 Total carbon emission test of non-metallic materials for automotive interiors
VDA278 Thermal desorption gas chromatography VOC and FOG emission testing
VDA270 Determination of odor characteristics of automotive interior materials
German Institute of Standardization DIN 75201 Test of atomization characteristics of automotive interior materials
Society of Automotive Engineers SAE J1756 Automotive Interior Materials Atomization Characteristics Test
General Motors GMW15634 Test Method for Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Vehicle Interior Decorative Materials
GMW15635 Test method for emission of aldehydes and ketones from vehicle interior decoration materials
GMW3205 Determination of odor characteristics of automotive interior materials
GMW3235 Atomization Characteristics Test of Automotive Interior Materials
GMW8081 Indoor emission test of interior materials (static headspace GC-MS)
Volkswagen PV 3341 Organic compound emission test for non-metallic materials in automotive interiors
PV 3900 Component Odor Detection in Car Interior Spaces
PV 3015 Determination of condensable components of interior decoration non-metallic materials
PV 3925 Formaldehyde emission test of automotive interior materials

VOC regulatory requirements
On March 1, 2008, the industry standard "HJ/T 400-2007 Sampling and Determination Methods for Volatile Organic Compounds and Aldehydes and Ketones in Vehicles" led by the State Environmental Protection Administration was implemented; in 2011, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine jointly The standard "GB/T 27630-2011 Passenger Car Interior Air Quality Evaluation Guide" was released and officially implemented on March 1, 2012.
GB/T 27630-2011 is the release of the standard for the air quality in passenger cars, which fills the gap of long-term lack of standards for air quality in passenger cars and finally makes the air quality in passenger cars on the market legally amenable. The standards are mainly applicable to newly produced cars for sale, and vehicles in use can also be used as a reference.

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VOC test

VOC test

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Product Description

VOC test
Introduction to VOC testing
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) are an important factor affecting the air quality in cars. VOCs mainly include alkanes, alkenes, aromatics, aldehydes or ketones, etc., which have a special pungent smell, and some have been classified as carcinogens, such as vinyl chloride, benzene, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, etc. Some VOCs also damage the ozone layer. role, such as chlorofluorocarbons and hydrochlorofluorocarbons.

Nowadays, cars have entered thousands of households, and the problem of air pollution inside cars has become a common concern among consumers. Automobile associations and related agencies in various countries have formulated in-car air standards and requirements in order to control the air quality in the car. World-renowned car companies have also formulated their own corporate standards to control the air quality in their cars.
VOC sources and hazards
Most of the VOCs in the car come from the paint after the interior paint. In order to reduce the health hazards caused by material VOCs to the human body, my country has vigorously developed environmentally friendly coating products in recent years. On January 26, 2015, it began to regulate coatings and other products in production. Consumption tax is levied on entrusted processing and import links. Only coatings with a VOC content of less than 420 g/L (inclusive) under construction are exempt from consumption tax.

When the VOC concentration is too high, it is easy to cause acute poisoning. In mild cases, it may cause headache, dizziness, cough, nausea, and vomiting; in severe cases, convulsions may occur, and it may damage the human liver, kidneys, brain, and nervous system.
Medical research has proven that pregnant women living under the influence of VOC environment have a much higher probability of fetal malformation than ordinary people, and may have an impact on the child's future intellectual development.
Automobile company standard reference
Car air VOC test
GB/T 27630-2011 Guidelines for air quality evaluation in passenger cars
HJ/T 400-2007 Sampling and determination method for volatile organic compounds and aldehydes and ketones in vehicles


Auto parts VOC testing
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association JASO M 902-2007 Volatile organic compounds (VOC) test method for automotive interior parts
Toyota Motor TSM0508G VOC sampling bag detection method
Nissan NES M0402 Test method for volatile organic compounds in automotive interior parts
Mazda MES CF 090 VOC detection method for automotive interior parts
Honda Motor 0094Z-T0A-0000 VOC detection method for automotive interior parts
General Motors TS-BD-003 Test Method for Volatile Organic Compounds in Vehicle Interior Parts - Bag Method
Hyundai Motor MS300-55 VOC emission test method for automotive interior parts
Suzuki SES N 2403 Volatile organic compound emission control standard
SAIC Motor SMTC 5 400 018 (V1) VOC test method for car interior parts (bag method)
Great Wall Motors Q/CC SY248 Sampling and determination method for volatile organic compounds and aldehydes and ketones in non-metallic interior parts
Automotive material VOC testing
VDA275 Formaldehyde Emission Test of Automotive Interior Materials by the Federation of the German Automobile Industry
VDA277 Total carbon emission test of non-metallic materials for automotive interiors
VDA278 Thermal desorption gas chromatography VOC and FOG emission testing
VDA270 Determination of odor characteristics of automotive interior materials
German Institute of Standardization DIN 75201 Test of atomization characteristics of automotive interior materials
Society of Automotive Engineers SAE J1756 Automotive Interior Materials Atomization Characteristics Test
General Motors GMW15634 Test Method for Volatile and Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Vehicle Interior Decorative Materials
GMW15635 Test method for emission of aldehydes and ketones from vehicle interior decoration materials
GMW3205 Determination of odor characteristics of automotive interior materials
GMW3235 Atomization Characteristics Test of Automotive Interior Materials
GMW8081 Indoor emission test of interior materials (static headspace GC-MS)
Volkswagen PV 3341 Organic compound emission test for non-metallic materials in automotive interiors
PV 3900 Component Odor Detection in Car Interior Spaces
PV 3015 Determination of condensable components of interior decoration non-metallic materials
PV 3925 Formaldehyde emission test of automotive interior materials

VOC regulatory requirements
On March 1, 2008, the industry standard "HJ/T 400-2007 Sampling and Determination Methods for Volatile Organic Compounds and Aldehydes and Ketones in Vehicles" led by the State Environmental Protection Administration was implemented; in 2011, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine jointly The standard "GB/T 27630-2011 Passenger Car Interior Air Quality Evaluation Guide" was released and officially implemented on March 1, 2012.
GB/T 27630-2011 is the release of the standard for the air quality in passenger cars, which fills the gap of long-term lack of standards for air quality in passenger cars and finally makes the air quality in passenger cars on the market legally amenable. The standards are mainly applicable to newly produced cars for sale, and vehicles in use can also be used as a reference.