Indoor living and working: From toxic gas and particle detection towards abatement solutions
Hazardous air constituents such as gases and smallest particles occur in private homes as well as in passenger cabins, machine housings and in offices and production areas. Toxic particles (e.g. metal particles of nickel) and vapours (e.g. VOC, NOx, aldehydes), invisible to the naked eye, are additionally emitted during material processing in industrial production - such as laser cutting, welding, additive manufacturing or battery production. Modern solutions for indoor air as free of pollutants and unpolluted as possible are therefore highly relevant topics with enormous social and economic implications. The use of new filter technologies - not least to minimize the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic - can also be a proven tool in the fight against viruses and bacteria in indoor environments.
Veranstalter: Fraunhofer IWS