ISO 16000-28 odour testing for Germany – new service now available – will be presented at seminar end of May 2013


German authorities promote testing of odour emissions along with VOC emissions chamber tests. Testing methodology is based on ISO 16000-28 and draft VDI 4302-1. A pilot study for validating that test method has started and is funded by some German industries. AgBB and Blue Angel plan to include odour testing in their requirements.

Industry feels strong concern regarding reliability and international reproducibility of such odour testing. Eurofins Product Testing A/S shares these concerns. But market requires such testing already now, even though no pass/fail criteria have been established in Germany so far. This is the reason why Eurofins Product Testing A/S established such odour testing now as new service.

Eurofins Product Testing A/S will use its long-lasting experience with other odour testing protocols (for GUT, M1, DICL) and provides best possible odour testing at competitive prices. For details and contacts, please see www.eurofins.com/odour.

The new odour tests will be presented at the next VOC testing seminar organized by Eurofins on 28th May 2013 at Copenhagen airport, see www.eurofins.com/VOC2013-sk. All presentations will be in English language.

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About Eurofins Product Testing A/S - VOC testing

Eurofins Product Testing A/S is the market leader world-wide for VOC emissions chamber testing, operating several hundreds of test chambers of different sizes, experienced with VOC emission chamber testing since 1989. In cooperation with Eurofins VOC testing labs in China and in Japan. Many News appear continuously that can be important for industry, authorities and associations. This Blog shows News on VOC emissions testing for regulations in Germany, France and Belgium as well as for LEED, BREEAM, Indoor air Comfort, EMICODE, Blue Angel, CDPH Section 1350 and more.
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