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Analysis of VOC and FOG emissions of Non-Metallic components from automobiles according to VDA 278

Introduction

The automobile industry is producing more than 84 million passenger cars worldwide.

To ensure a high-quality car, implemented control standards are mandatory for the supply chain of a vehicle.

The German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) recommends to standardize certain control standard analyses, which have to be followed by suppliers for VDA members and the car manufacturers themselves.

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