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VDI 2083-17: New test procedure to determine comparable specific emission rates from material surfaces

Presentation held at the Conference "Emissions and odours from materials" 2013, 11th Edition; For producers to end users; October, 17th & 18th 2013, Brussels, Belgium
: Keller, Markus; Gommel, Udo

presentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-2671483 (2.3 MByte PDF)
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Created on: 29.11.2013

2013, 33 Folien
Conference "Emissions and Odours from Materials" <11, 2013, Brussels>
Presentation, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Airborne contamination; Ausgasung; cleanroom suitable materials (CSM); VDI 2083 Blatt 17; Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC); Airborne Contamination by Chemicals (ACC); Automated Thermal Desorption - Gas Chromatograph - Mass Spectrometer (ATD-GC/MS); micro chamber; emissions

In such fields as cleanroom technology, food, pharmaceutics and health care as well as in normal living and working environments, materials implemented in specific applications need to be assessed for VOC emissions and classified in order to permit direct comparisons to be made.
The paper presents a standardized procedure for testing and classifying materials with uniform sample preparation and defined storage times. It describes preparation of the samples, their storage in a VOC-reduced minienvironment, avoidance of cross-contamination, sampling using appropriate adsorbers in micro-chambers and analysis via thermodesorption coupled with chromatography and mass spectrometry (TD-GC/MS). Once the active surface, sampling time and VOC mass emitted are known, a specific emission rate can be determined which is then converted into a classification using a calculation model. Knowledge of the emission class enables the VOC charge of a defined area at a specific point in time to be estimated in reality. A verified calculation model will be presented. The standardized procedure is laid down in the new guideline VDI 2083 Part 17. The resulting product classifications are entered into the CSM database of the Fraunhofer IPA industrial alliance CSM (cleanroom suitable materials) to allow the tested products to be directly compared with one another.