How can we influence the quality of the facilities implemented?
The standards and requirements of the LEED v4 and BREEAM green building certification system define indoor air quality and the permissible VOC emission (VOC) for hardened building materials in accordance with ISO 16000: 9, but also in accordance with the European Directive 2004/42 / EC and ISO 11890 standard. : 2, define the permissible VOC emission (VOC) in ready-to-use liquid products, which is important for the health of installers and for other people who may come into contact with the products.
Resin flooring systems and VOC emissions
The polyurethane-cement flooring systems PC — Hard®, dedicated to food processing plants, and the polyurethane flooring systems P — Flex®, intended for multi-storey car parks, garages and public utility facilities, obtained the highest classification (A +) in terms of the emission of volatile organic compounds VOC / VOC . Thus, it confirms the high quality and compliance with the highest standards of products in terms of requirements in certified ecological building systems (BREEAM, LEED), but also supports the implementation and maintenance of HACCP safety systems in food processing plants. The tests were carried out in full compliance with the EN ISO 16000-6 standard.