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VOC and fine particles in a newly renovated building - a case study

: Uhde, E.; Ayoko, G.A.; Morawska, L.

Tham, K.W. ; National University of Singapore; International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate -ISIAQ-, Ottawa:
7th International Conference on Healthy Buildings 2003. Proceedings. Vol.2 : 7th - 11th December 2003, Department of Building, National University of Singapore
Singapore, 2003
ISBN: 981-04-9974-4
Healthy Buildings Conference <7, 2003, Singapore>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer WKI ()
VOC; particulate matter; office building

In a small case study involving an office room and a laboratory in a building equipped with a HVAC system VOC and particle samples were collected. Both rooms used for the experiments were newly renovated and low, but measurable amounts of typcal indoor VOC and SVOC were present in the air several weeks after finishing of the renovation work. The VOC concentrations decreased slowly during the test period of 3 weeks.
Particulate matter in the room air was characterized regarding the size distribution by SMPS. Several samples of particles were collected on glass fibre filters to be tested for adsorbed VOC using a dynamic Headspace-GC/MS method. Since the particle concentration in the rooms was quite low, even with a sample volume of 18 m3 the total particle mass on the collected filters was below 1 mg. Only trace amounts of VOCs and SVOCs indentified in the room air could be detected on the collected particle samples after thermal desorption.