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VOC Emissions into indoor air limit values (LCI, NIK, CLI, CREL, ...)

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LCI, CLI, NIK, and CREL values are used by several emission rating schemes as limit values for evaluating emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds VOC into indoor air (VOC are called COV in French).

Here you can see a comparison of limit values for emissions into indoor air:

The sources of information include:

Further links to sources may be found at www.product-testing.eurofins.com, or can be requested by email from voc@eurofins.com.

And: Californian CREL values, used for Section 01350BIFMAFloor ScoreCRI GLPIndoor Advantage Gold, CHPS, and more programs: www.oehha.org/air/allrels.html.
Please note: These programs require 1/2 CREL shall not be exceeded for any substance, with the exception of formaldehyde and acetaldehyde.

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There is an on-going initiative to harmonize LCI values throughout Europe. A publication on EU-wide harmonized LCI values, awaited since a long time, now is available. The planned Belgian regulation intends to incorporate that list into its requirements. You can download the publication from here. This information already is included in the above information.

Contact to VOC Testing Laboratories

Please see here contact information of Eurofins VOC testing laboratories in Europe, USA and China: