2. 4. 6. Limit for volatile organohalogen compounds in insulation materials


description relevant product categories 

explanation

The potential toxic effects of volatile compounds are usually increased by the introduction of halogens (especially chlorine). With chlorine as a constituent, new qualitative effects may often become apparent, and many organic compounds may thus become genotoxic (mutagenic) or carcinogenic. Therefore, a number of organochlorines are extremely toxic environmental contaminants. They are dangerous primarily due to their great chemical stability, their high solubility in fat, and their high toxicity.

 
minimum requirement

The maximum admissible content of volatile organohalogen compounds (VOCs) is 0.1% by weight.


Supporting documents:
Manufacturer's confirmation.


Alternatively, the corresponding baubook declaration may serve as evidence (www.baubook.info/oea).

 

baubook green procurement
Harmonised “EcoBuildingCriteria” provided by “ÖkoKauf Wien” and “service package sustainable construction in Vorarlberg”