Owing to its use of eco-friendly building materials, ISOVER insulation solutions have a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emission level that is constantly decreasing, resulting in a range of products that contain formaldehyde-free materials.
To ensure a basic level of high indoor air quality.
Part 1: Standards for Volatile Substances:
- Formaldehyde less than 27 ppb
- Total volatile organic compounds less than 550 μg/m³
Part 2: Standards for Particulate Matter and Inorganic Gases
- Carbon monoxyde less than 9 ppm
- PM₂.₅ less than 15 μg/m³
- PM₁₀ less than 50 μg/m³
- Ozone less than 51 ppb
Part 3: Radon
- Radon less than 4 pCi/L in the lowest occupied level of the project
Part 4: Operational Kitchen Air Quality
- Carbon monoxide levels less than 35 ppm.
- PM₂.₅ less than 35 μg/m³.
- Nitrogen dioxide less than 100 ppb.
- Formaldehyde less than 81 ppb.
See detailed requirement for Air Quality Standards
ISOVER products release a very low amount of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and can meet the highest requirements for WELL certification. In several countries, ISOVER products are certified by independent institutes such as Greenguard (USA), Blue Angel (Germany), RTS M1 (Finland) or the mandatory product labeling in France. For example, the majority of our French products are rated at A+, which means that the level of VOC is less than 1000 μg/m³.
The innovation process of Saint-Gobain ISOVER is permanently targeting lower VOC emissions or products with materials that are free from formaldehyde.
Our glass wool products show a low amount of formaldehyde and can meet the WELL certification requirement. To learn more about the specific value, please refer to your local team.
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See below how electromic glass by SageGlass can contribute to WELL new construction.
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