Inspection contents and treatment methods of decor

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Indoor environmental testing is mainly used in the decoration acceptance stage. For owners who decorate themselves, even if they ensure that the furniture they buy is environmentally friendly and non-toxic, the accumulation of all furniture pollutants will inevitably exceed the normal value. In this case, they can know the environmental quality after decoration through testing, decide when to check in, whether to take improvement measures, etc

practice and many phenomena have proved that air pollution is likely to cause great harm to people's bodies, especially when the new home has just been decorated, the volatile gases of various furniture and the paint used in the decoration may become pollution sources, so it is best to carry out a decoration pollution test after the decoration to determine the indoor environmental quality. Many decoration net friends often consult: " What is the content related to decoration pollution detection? After decoration pollution, how to deal with it fastest and most effectively& quot;

I. pollution detection items

radon, ammonia, formaldehyde, benzene, TVOC

radon: it is a kind of radioactive inert gas, colorless and tasteless. Hazards in cement and sand: indoor pollutant radon pollution is second only to smoking, ranking second in the inducement of lung cancer

formaldehyde: it has a strong smell. Man made panels use adhesives, which contain formaldehyde. Harm: after inhaling high concentration formaldehyde, serious irritation of respiratory tract will occur. Direct skin contact with formaldehyde can cause dermatitis. Regular inhalation of a small amount of formaldehyde can cause chronic poisoning

benzene: benzene is a colorless liquid with special aromatic smell. Harm: long term inhalation of benzene can cause aplastic anemia

tvoc: total volatile organic compounds (TVOC), mainly from paint, adhesives and other hazards: TVOC can cause dizziness, headache, sleepiness, weakness, chest tightness and other symptoms

ammonia: ammonia is very soluble in water, which has a fast effect on eyes, throat and upper respiratory tract and is highly irritating

harm: exposure to low concentration ammonia for a long time will cause laryngitis, hoarseness and pulmonary edema




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