Comparison of different laboratory methods for determining the formaldehyde emission from three-layer parquet floors View Full Text


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DATE

1999-10

AUTHORS

M. Risholm-Sundman, N. Wallin

ABSTRACT

chamber method. The best correlation with the chamber method is achieved with the emission cells. The emission rates from different parts of a parquet sample (the front, the back and the edges) give different results. The formaldehyde emission from the back surface can be 20 times higher than from the front, so it is very important to do the test on the normally exposed surface. Also, the conditioning time effects the emission rate and should be maintained in a standardised way, so that results can be compared. More... »

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319-324

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