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Standard ID HJ 2544-2016 (HJ2544-2016)
Description (Translated English) Technical requirement for environmental labeling products Air cleaner
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard Y64
Word Count Estimation 15,153
Date of Issue 2016-11-14
Date of Implementation 2017-01-01
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Environmental Protection Notice No.696 of 2016

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HJ 2544-2016
(Environmental labeling products Technical requirements Air purifiers)
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People 's Republic of China
Environmental labeling product technical requirements
air purifier
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products
Air cleaner
2016-11-14 release
2017-01-01 Implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
Directory
Preface II
1 Scope of application
2 normative reference documents
3 Terms and definitions 1
4 basic requirements .2
5 technical content .2
6 test method .3
Appendix A (normative appendix) Calculation method of renewable utilization rate 4
Appendix B (normative) prohibits the use of phthalates
Annex C (normative) Restricted use of PAHs
Appendix D (normative appendix) Method for conversion of clean air and recommended area
Appendix E (Normative Appendix) Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) Clean air quantity inspection procedure 10
Preface
To implement the "People's Republic of China Environmental Protection Law" to reduce the air purifier products in the production and use of the process of human health and
Environmental impact, protection of the environment, the development of this standard.
This standard addresses the environmental design, production process, product performance, packaging and product specifications of air purifiers.
This standard is the first release.
This standard is organized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection Science and Technology Standards Division.
The main drafting of this standard. Environmental Development Department of Environmental Protection, Tsinghua University Building Environment Testing Center, Tianjin deep breathing ring
Technology Development Co., Ltd., Lake Electric Co., Ltd., Infinity (China) Co., Ltd., Beijing Asia are environmental technology limited
the company.
The environmental protection department of this standard approved on November 14,.2016.
This standard has been implemented since January 1,.2017.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Environmental labeling products Technical requirements Air purifiers
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the terms and definitions, basic requirements, technical contents and test methods of the air purifier environmental labeling product.
This standard applies to air cleaners used by non-professionals in the case of homes, homes and similar purposes.
This standard does not apply to.
- air purifiers designed for industrial use;
- air purifiers for use in corrosive and explosive atmospheres (eg dust, steam and gas) in special environmental settings;
- Air purifiers designed for medical use.
2 normative reference documents
The contents of this standard refer to the terms of the following documents. For undated references, the valid version applies to this standard.
GB 3095-2012 Ambient air quality standards
GB/T 16288 Marking of plastic products
GB/T 18455 Packaging Recycling Mark
Air purifier GB/T 18801-2015
Terminology of Recycling of Waste Products GB/T 20861-2007
Limits for Restricted Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products GB/T 26572
3 terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
Air cleaner
A household and a similar ability to remove one or more contaminants such as particulate matter, gaseous pollutants, microorganisms, etc. in the air
Use electrical appliances. (GB/T 18801-2015)
3.2 recyclability rate
The sum of the quality of the product that can be reused and the part of the recycled product (excluding the energy recovery section)
Ratio. (GB/T 20861-2007)
3.3 clean air delivery rate (CADR)
The air purifier is used to determine the target pollutants (particulate and gaseous pollutants) in the rated state and specified test conditions.
Force of the air purifier to provide clean air rate. (GB/T 18801-2015)
3.4 low noise operating conditions low noise operating condition
Air cleaner at low noise level Note 1 Operating state at run time.
Note 1. The low noise level in this standard shall not be greater than 47 dB (A) (sound power level).
3.5 clean energy efficiency cleaning energy efficiency
Air purifier in the rated state of the unit power generated by the amount of clean air. (GB/T 18801-2015)
4 basic requirements
4.1 product quality should meet the GB/T 18801 standard requirements.
4.2 product safety performance, electromagnetic compatibility and sterilization performance should be consistent with the corresponding national or industry standards.
4.3 pollutants discharged from the production enterprises should comply with national or local regulations on pollutant discharge standards.
4.4 production enterprises in the production process should strengthen the clean production.
5 technical content
5.1 Product environment design requirements
5.1.1 easy to recover design
5.1.1.1 The renewable rate of the product shall be not less than 80%. The calculation method is shown in Appendix A.
5.1.1.2 Plastic parts with a mass exceeding 25 g should use a single type of polymer or copolymer.
5.1.1.3 Plastic parts with a mass exceeding 25 g and a planar surface area exceeding.200 mm2 shall be marked in accordance with the requirements of GB/T 16288.
5.1.2 Hazardous Substances in Components
5.1.2.1 The limits of the restricted substances in the parts (including the filter material) shall comply with the requirements of GB/T 26572.
5.1.2.2 Housing and circuit board substrates do not use short chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs).
5.1.2.3 Plastic parts with a mass greater than 25 g in the enclosure do not use chlorine-containing, bromine-containing polymers, do not add organic chlorine compounds,
A flame retardant for bromine compounds.
5.1.2.4 In addition to wire and cable products, the plastic parts with a mass greater than 25 g do not use the phthalates listed in Appendix B
Plasticizer.
5.1.2.5 The content of benzo (a) pyrene in the product shell, key and power cord is not more than 20 mg/kg, and the sixteen polycyclic rings listed in Appendix C
The total amount of aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) is not more than.200 mg/kg.
5.1.2.6 The mercury content of the UV lamp used in the product is not more than 15mg/branch.
5.2 Product production process requirements
5.2.1 No use of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), 1,1,1-trichloroethane (C2H3Cl3), trichlorethylene (C2HCl3), dichloroethane
(CH3CHCl2), dichloromethane (CH2Cl2), trichloromethane (CHCl3), carbon tetrachloride (CCl4), bromopropane (C3H7Br), etc.
Material as a cleaning solvent.
5.2.2 parts assembly, connection process should be used lead-free soldering process.
5.3 Product requirements
5.3.1 Purification requirements for the removal of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) from the product
5.3.1.1 The amount of clean air used for the removal of fine particles (PM2.5) shall meet the requirements of Table 1.
Table 1 Clean the amount of clean air required for the removal of fine particles (PM2.5)
Low noise operating state clean air volume (Q),
M³/h
Maximum air volume of clean air, m³/h
Recommended area (S) Note 1,

120 ≤ Q & lt;.200.200 S ≤ 15
200 ≤ Q < 280 330 15 < S ≤ 25
280? Q < 360 460 25 < S? 35
360? Q < 400 590 35 < S? 45
Q ≥ 400 650 S > 45
Note 1. Refer to Appendix D for the conversion of clean air and recommended area.
5.3.1.2 The energy efficiency of the removal of fine particles (PM2.5) is not less than 5.0 m³/(W · h).
5.3.2 product removal formaldehyde or toluene purification requirements
5.3.2.1 The amount of clean air in formaldehyde or toluene product is not less than 90% of the nominal value.
5.3.2.2 The removal efficiency of formaldehyde or toluene is less than 1.0 m³/(W · h).
5.3.3 Product noise requirements
5.3.3.1 The sound power level of the product under low noise operation is not more than 47 dB (A), and the sound power level at maximum air flow is not greater than
70dB (A).
5.3.3.2 The difference between the measured value of the product noise and the nominal value is not more than 3 dB (A).
5.4 Product packaging requirements
5.4.1 No use of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) as a blowing agent.
5.4.2 lead, cadmium, mercury and hexavalent chromium total of not more than 100mg/kg.
5.4.3 shall be marked according to GB/T 18455.
5.5 Product description requirements
Product Description In addition to GB/T 18801 should meet the requirements of the use, but also should include the following.
A) Explanation of clean air and noise when fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is removed from low noise operating conditions;
B) Description of the amount of ozone produced by the product;
C) Notice of product recycling;
D) A statement of zero energy consumption can be achieved if the product is connected without any external input power.
6 test method
6.1 Technical content The inspection procedure of 5.3.1.1 shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified in Annex E, and the calculation of the amount of clean air
GB/T 18801-2015 in Appendix B to carry out the method.
6.2 Technical Specifications The tests of 5.3.1.2 and 5.3.2.2 shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified in Clause 6.8 of GB/T 18801-2015.
6.3 Technical content The detection of 5.3.2.1 shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified in Annex C of ISO /IEC 15801-2015.
6.4 Technical content 5.3.3 The test shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified in clause 6.9 of GB/T 18801-2015.
6.5 The other terms of the technical content are carried out through a document review in conjunction with on-site verification.
Appendix A
(Normative appendix)
Calculation method of renewable utilization rate
A.1 Product recyclability is calculated according to formula A.1.
1 100%
Cyci
Cyc
== x
(A.1)
Where.
Rcyc - Product recyclability,%;
Mcyci - the quality of the ith part and/or material recyclable;
Mv - product quality;
N - the total number of parts and/or materials.
A.2 The following cases can not be calculated in the molecule.
(1) the quality of the lubricating oil is not counted in the molecule;
(2) the battery quality is not counted in the molecule;
(3) Capacitors containing PCBs, mercury-containing components, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers, chlorofluorocarbon-containing poly
Polyurethane foam material, low density foamed polyethylene PE-E material, foamed polystyrene PS-E material can not be calculated
In the molecule
(4) non-removable parts of glass fiber are not counted in the molecule;
(5) the quality of nonmetallic tapes is not counted in the molecule;
(6) the use of filler rubber parts quality is not calculated in the molecule;
(7) Zhenzhu Mian, sponge quality is not counted in the molecule;
(8) for the purpose of sterilization and other functions can not be clearly marked out the specific composition of the material quality is not calculated in the molecule.
Appendix B
(Normative appendix)
Prohibited use of phthalates
Chinese name English name abbreviation
Di-iso-nonylphthalate phthalate Di-iso-nonylphthalate
Di-n-octylphthalate DNOP
Di-(2-ethylhexy) phthalate DEHP
Diisodecylphthalate DIDP
Butylbenzylphthalate BBP
Dibutylphthalate Dibutylphthalate
Appendix C
(Normative appendix)
Restricted use of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)
Chinese name English name
Acenaphthene Acenaphtene
1,8-ethylidene naphenaphthylene
Anthracene
Benzo [a] anthracene Benzo [a] anthracene
Benzo pyrene Benzo [a] pyrene
Benzo [b] fluoranthene Benzo [b] fluoranthene
Benzo [ghi] perylene Benzo [ghi] perylene
Benzo [k] fluoranthene Benzo [k] fluoranthene
Qu Chrysene
Dibenz [a, h] anthracene
Fluoranthene Fluoranthene
Fluorene Fluorene
Indene [1,2,3-cd] pyrene Indeno [1,2,3-cd] pyrene
Naphthalene naphthalene
Phenanthrene
Pyrene Pyrene
Appendix D
(Normative appendix)
Clean air volume and recommended area of conversion method
Since the operating mode of the air purifier is usually a low noise operating state and a maximum air flow condition (for a short time to quickly lower the indoor
Pollutant concentration), so this appendix specifies the air purifier to remove PM2.5 pollutants in the low noise operating state and the maximum air flow state
And the recommended area of the conversion method.
D.1 Fundamentals
Indoor pollution source transfer process view Figure D.1.
Figure D.1 Schematic diagram of indoor pollutant transfer
The quality of the indoor particulate matter transfer process to meet the quality of conservation, see formula D.1.
D ()
Dpv out v
CE CADRP k C kk CC
T S h S h
'= - - ⋅⋅ ⋅ (D.1)
Where.
C - indoor particulate matter contaminant concentration, mg/m3;
Pp - the penetration factor for the particulate matter entering the room from the outside;
Cout - the mass concentration of outdoor particulate matter, mg/m3;
E '- the rate of indoor pollution sources, mg/h;
K0 - natural sedimentation rate of particulate matter, h-1;
Kv - the number of ventilation of the building, h-1;
S - room area, m2;
H - room height, m;
CADR - air purifier to remove particulate matter clean air, m3/h.
Device 2
Description. 1 - due to the ventilation from the outdoor into the room
Particulate matter contaminant
2 - Natural attenuation of contaminants
3 due to the role of the air purifier, removed
Contaminant
4 - Indoor sources bring contaminants
5 due to ventilation, from the indoor discharge to the room
Outside the contaminants
(1) low noise operating conditions on the air purifier clean air requirements
According to equation D.1 can be obtained under steady state, when the use of air purifier, the indoor steady-state concentration Ct is.
HS
CADRkk
HS
ECkP
OutvP
⋅ =
(D.2)
The maximum concentration of particulate matter in the indoor air should be lower than the upper limit of the pollutant concentration of the particulate matter corresponding to the air quality
, To get.
() HSkkEhSCkPCADR voutvP ⋅ - ⋅ ≥ 035
Low noise (D.3)
(2) the maximum air flow mode on the air purifier clean air requirements
According to the formula D.1 can be obtained in the case of transient, when the use of air purifier, the indoor particulate matter concentration C with time t changes.
⎝ ⎠
Engrave
⎝ ⎠
⋅ -deflection
Weighing
Greeting
Greeting
⋅ -
⋅ = = thS
CADR
Kk
HS
CADR
Kk
HS
ECkP
HS
CADR
Kk
HS
ECkP
C v
OutvP
OutvP max
Maximum and maximum
Exp
''
(D.4)
The maximum concentration of particulate matter in the indoor air should be lower than the upper limit of the pollutant concentration of the particulate matter corresponding to the air quality
, To get.
35exp
''
Engrave
⎝ ⎠
Engrave
⋅ -deflection
Weighing
Greeting
Greeting
⋅ -
= Ths
CADR
Kk
HS
CADR
Kk
HS
ECkP
HS
CADR
Kk
HS
ECkP
OutvP
OutvP max
Maximum and maximum
(D.5)
D.2 Parameter selection (refer to GB/T 18801-2015 Appendix F)
D.2.1 Natural settlement rate
The natural sedimentation rate of particulate matter is k0 = 0.2h-1.
D.2.2 Room height
Room height h is set at 2.4m.
D.2.3 Number of ventilation
When the main source of pollution comes from the outside (atmospheric environmental pollution), the user will close the doors and windows and use the air purifier. In the doors and windows closed
Under the condition, the number of ventilation test results range from 0.05 to 0.57 h-1. This standard takes kv = 0.6h-1.
D.2.4 Indoor particulate matter pollution sources
Ignore indoor particulate matter sources, ie E '= 0.
D.2.5 Penetration factor
The penetration coefficient Pp of the building is 1.0 for the particles.
D.2.6 Concentration of outdoor particulate matter
T 35 μg mC ≤
T 35 μg mC ≤
The concentration of outdoor particulate matter is approximately the mass concentration of fine particles, and for severe contaminated weather, take Cout = 300μg/m3.
D.3 Calculate the results
(1) low noise operating conditions on the air purifier clean air requirements
() SShSkkEhSCkPCADR voutvP * 0.8 * 4.2 * 6.02.035
300 * 6.0 * 8.0
0 =
Peacon
∞ - ⋅ ⋅ ≧ low noise (D.6)
(2) the maximum air flow conditions on the air purifier clean air requirements
As the maximum air flow state is used to quickly reduce the indoor particulate matter concentration, if the required half an hour to reduce the indoor concentration to 35μg/m3,
And assuming that the initial concentration of the room is 300 μg/m3, then Equation D.5 is.
355.0 *
S4.2
6.02.0exp
S4.2
6.02.0
300 * 6.0 * 8.0300
S4.2
6.02.0
300 * 6.0 * 8.0 ≤
Engrave
⎝ ⎠
Engrave
Weighing
Weighing
Greeting
Greeting
maximum
Maximum and maximum
CADR
CADRCADR
(D.7)
35208.0 *
92.1exp
92.1
6.345300
92.1
6.345 ≤
Engrave
⎝ ⎠
Engrave
Weighing
Weighing
Greeting
Greeting
maximum
Maximum and maximum
CADR
CADRCADR
(D.8)
By solving the formula D.8, we can get the maximum air volume state CADR value in the case of the corresponding area S.
Appendix E
(Normative appendix)
Fine particles (PM2.5) clean air inspection procedures
E.1 Scope of application
This appendix specifies the test method for the amount of clean air used as a fine particulate matter (PM2.5) contaminant with cigarette smoke.
This appendix applies to the 30m3 test cabin on the nominal range of not less than 30m3/h, not more than 800m3/h particulate matter clean air test
method.
E.2 Test materials and equipment
E.2.1 Fine particulate matter sources (see GB/T 18801-2015). Cigarette smoke (eg, Hongta Mountain Classic 150)
8mg.
E.2.2 Equipment
E.2.2.1 Light scattering dust instrument.
(1) with a continuous recording function, with PM2.5 cutting head;
(2) detection limit. 0.001mg/m3;
(3) Measuring range. (0.001 ~ 10.0) mg/m3.
E.2.2.2 Cigarette smoke generating device, using positive pressure particle generating device (refer to GB/T 18801-2015 Appendix B).
E.2.2.3 Detection of environmental conditions, 30m3 test chamber (refer to GB/T 18801-2015 Appendix A).
Environmental compartment volume. 30m3;
Environmental compartment temperature. 25 ± 2 ℃;
Environmental chamber relative humidity. 50% ± 10%;
Air tank air tightness. the number of ventilation ≤ 0.05h-1;
Environmental chamber PM2.5 Background concentration. < 0.035 mg/m3.
E.3 test run
Open the packaging after the test run to ensure that the air purifier of the normal function, stable, the test.
E.4 Natural decay test for fine particles (cf. GB/T 18801-2015 Appendix B).
(A) the air purifier to the working state, check the operation is normal, close the air purifier;
Center location. ground (ground), desktop (700mm on the table), wall-mounted (down from the ground 1800mm), ceiling
Type (700mm on the table).
If not specified, according to the outlet height classification. the outlet is less than 700mm on the table, the outlet height greater than or equal to 700mm
Placed on the ground.
Purification function is auxiliary function, such as. air conditioners, dehumidifiers, new fans, etc., machine testing, but only need to start its purification
Performance related components, other components do not need to start.
(B) Sampling point position. Avoid the inlet and outlet, from the bulkhead greater than 0.5 m, relative to the ground height (0.5 ~ 1.5) m. Each sample
Point to place a sampling head, and with the outside light scattering dust instrument connection.
(C) Identify the record of the test
(D) open the high efficiency air filter, purify the air in the cabin so that the fine particulate matter concentration is less than 0.035 mg/m3, start the temperature and humidity control
Device, so that the indoor temperature and relative humidity to a specified state.
(E) When the background concentration of fine particles falls below 0.035 mg/m3, record the background concentration of particles, close the high efficiency air filter
And the humidity control device, open the air purifier so that the measured air purifier and cabin temperature and humidity the same. Start the mixing fan and the circulating fan.
Put the standard cigarettes into the cigarette burner, the burner is connected to the low pressure air source, and the burner cigarette smoke outlet is connected through a test
The duct of the bulkhead, the exhausted smoke, can be entrained in the air vortex formed by stirring the stirring fan.
(F) When the concentration of the cabin reaches a certain amount, close the valve of the smoke delivery pipe, stir the fan for 10 min, so that the particles
The contaminant is mixed and the mixing fan is closed. The initial concentration C0 of fine particles was measured by a light scattering type dust meter. At the beginning of the trial,
C0 should be 0.56 mg/m3 ~ 0.84 mg/m3 (ambient air quality standard (GB 3095-2012) PM2.5 10 times the average of 24 hours)
Count t = 0 min. During the test, the circulating fan remains open.
(G) The concentration of fine particles in the test chamber was measured by a light scattering type dust meter and measured and recorded once every 2 min for 20 min.
(H) After the end of the test, the temperature and relative humidity of the enclosure shall be recorded again and the specified requirements shall be met.
E.5 Total attenuation test of fine particles
(A) After placing the purifier in the environmental compartment, follow the natural decay (E4.a ~ g) and turn on the air purifier test stalls
Test, 2 min record a data record for 20 min, the last one experimental data fine particle concentration must be greater than 0.002 mg/m3.
(B) Closing the air purifier to record the ambient temperature and relative humidity of the enclosure shall meet the specified requirements.
(C) the measured data is greater than the instrument detection limit (0.001 mg/m3) 2 times the data as valid data, the final calculation of the effective number
The base should be no less than nine. If the effective data is less than 9, the measurement time interval and the total test time can be shortened, and the natural attenuation should be done
Adjust accordingly.
E.6 Quality control
According to the experimental data to supplement the internal quality control requirements.
(A) The relative deviation of the repeated measurement results of the same light scattering type dust meter shall not exceed 10%. Different light scattering type dust instrument
The relative deviation of the test results should not exceed 20%;
(B) Periodically calibrate or calibrate a light scattering type dust instrument;
(C) Periodic verification of light-scattering dust meters is carried out and its verification results are evaluated in accordance with E6 (a).
E.7 Precautions
Indoor humidification system should be used evaporative humidification, or water molecules in the air easily lead to PM2.5 direct reading results error.
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