VOCs Testing

Testing for VOCs

Have you ever tested your air quality?
Are there VOCs in the air at your home or office?
Volatile organic compounds or VOCs have received a lot of press in the last several years. VOCs are emitted as gases from thousands of products, and VOC concentrations can be up to 10 times higher indoors than outdoors.

Sources of VOCs in air

Common household products contain VOCs including paints, cosmetics, cleansers, air fresheners, varnishes, waxes, hobby/craft supplies (like permanent markers and glues), pesticides and stored fuels. Office equipment and building furnishings also emit VOCs. While people are using products that emit VOCs, they expose themselves to carcinogens, and elevated concentrations can persist long after the activity is completed.

Health effects of VOC exposure

VOC levels can be 2 – 5 times higher indoors than outdoors, and during and immediately after certain activities, like paint stripping, levels may be 1,000 times higher than outdoors causing symptoms like:

  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Loss of coordination
  • Irritation of the eyes, nose and throat
  • Liver, kidney and central nervous system damage

Test today. Test COMPLETELY.

Testing indoor air is important. But don’t just test for one contaminant – get a COMPLETE picture. The easy, color-coded yogi indoor air and water test assesses for 9 contaminants and is the most comprehensive DIY test on the market.

Understand what’s in your air and water today, for a healthier tomorrow.

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