The decoration of environmental protection means that there are higher requirements for indoor air quality during decoration, which considers beauty and health. Consumers will choose to use environmentally friendly decoration materials when decorating to minimize indoor pollution. For the environmentally friendly decoration material-floor, avoid using the same material. Because these man-made materials all contain substances harmful to the human body.
Main detection: radon, ammonia, formaldehyde, benzene, TVOC
[Radon] Radon is a radioactive inert gas, colorless and odorless. Exist in cement, sand and gravel.
Hazard: Indoor pollutant radon pollution is second only to smoking, and the second cause of lung cancer.
[Formaldehyde] Formaldehyde has a strong smell. Artificial boards use adhesives and contain formaldehyde.
Hazard: After inhaling high concentrations of formaldehyde, severe irritation of the respiratory tract will occur. Direct skin contact with formaldehyde can cause dermatitis. Frequent inhalation of a small amount of formaldehyde can cause chronic poisoning.
[Benzene] Benzene is a colorless liquid with a special aromatic odor.
Harm: Long-term inhalation of benzene can cause aplastic anemia.
[TVOC] Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC), mainly from paints, adhesives, etc.
Harm: TVOC can cause dizziness, headache, drowsiness, weakness, chest tightness and other symptoms.
[Ammonia] Ammonia gas is very soluble in water, has a quick effect on the eyes, throat and upper respiratory tract, and is highly irritating.
Harm: Long-term exposure to low-concentration ammonia can cause laryngitis, hoarseness, and pulmonary edema.