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Pollution, air change in dwellings, natural ventilation Schadstoffanfall, Luftwechsel in Wohnungen, freie Luftung

Wegner J., 1984
air change rate | carbon dioxide | ventilation | tobacco smoke | formaldehyde | house | natural ventilation | pollutant | organic compound
Bibliographic info: Gesundh.Ing. May/June 1984, vol.105, no.3, 117-123, 8 figs, 2 tabs, 9 refs. #DATE 01:05:1984, in German,
Languages: English

Examines the most important sources of indoor air pollution in dwellings. These include pollutants introduced with the outside air, pollutants generated by human activity, emissions from building materials, furnishings, cleaning and polishing materials and disinfectants. Notes the importance of keeping formaldehyde and carbon dioxide down to safe levels. Discusses the consequences for the minimum room air change rate.

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