Project standards detected by the air purifier quality inspection report
Air purifiers, also known as “air cleaners“, air purifiers, purifiers, are capable of adsorbing, decomposing or converting various air pollutants (generally including PM2.5, dust, pollen, odor, formaldehyde, etc.). , bacteria, allergens, etc., products that effectively improve air cleanliness, mainly divided into household, commercial, industrial, and building. In order to ensure the scientific and fairness of the inspection capability and inspection work of the third-party inspection agency, the relevant state departments have granted the measurement certification certificate after confirming the measurement capability of the inspection agency and allowed them to stamp the CMA chapter on the inspection report. Take a look at the project standards detected by the air purifier quality inspection report. Items detected by the air purifier quality inspection report:
1. Test: The safety of the air purifier includes key tests on electronic components, internal fans, internal and external power lines, air inlets and outlets, and leakage, moisture, and electrical strength. These tests are tested by professionals in the national quality supervision department. Safety testing is divided into three levels: first-class safety, second-level general, and third-level qualified.
2, CADR value detection includes PM2.5 purification and formaldehyde, stupid and other purification effects. The energy-saving effect is divided into five levels of energy efficiency according to the energy-saving efficiency of household appliances under the new national standard. The first-level power consumption is the lowest, and fifth-level power consumption is the highest. At the same time, the same gear function, the power consumption of each product is detected.
The air purifier quality inspection report (purification performance) test items are as follows:
Clean air volume (particulate matter, formaldehyde, toluene, benzene, ammonia, TVOC, etc.)
Cumulative purification (particulate matter, formaldehyde, etc.)
Power (purification energy efficiency) (measured power, standby power)
Noise (sound power level)
Sterilization performance (Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, airborne natural bacteria, Aspergillus niger, phage, etc.)
Hazardous substances are heavy (ozone, TVOC, PM10, ultraviolet, ozone, 24-hour increment)
Electrical safety (electrical safety regulations)
Removal rate (formaldehyde, toluene, benzene, TVOC, particulate matter, PM2.5, CO2, NO2, SO2, etc.)
Negative ion concentration (negative ion)
Clean air quantity testing standards and basis:
The PM2.5 test standard is:
API/LM 01-2013 Indoor Air Purifier Purification Performance Evaluation Requirements
GSH/J2011-1 air purifier to remove particulate matter PM2.5 detection method technical specification
The detection standard of solid pollutants (>0.3μm particles) is: GB/T 18801-2015 air purifier
The standards tested by the air purifier quality inspection report:
1. The performance purification capability reflects the actual working capacity of the purifier, called the clean air volume (CADR), which is characterized by the volume of air that can be purified per unit time. The unit is cubic meters per hour.
Requirements: (1) The measured value of the clean air of the purifier for the particulate matter should not be less than 90% of the nominal value;
(2) Same as above, the measured value of the clean air of the purifier for gaseous pollutants should not be less than 90% of the nominal value;
(3) Purification durability. The length of time that the purifier can be used is a parameter and indicator that consumers are very concerned about, and the length of use can be measured by the number of pollutants that the purifier filter can absorb, and is expressed by the cumulative purification amount (CCM). Mg, mg.
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