|NAME||REFERENCE STANDARD||CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE|
|Test Method for air purification performance of semiconducting photocatalytic materials||ISO 22197-1: 2007||Queens IPS - Queen’s Univerisity|
|Test Method for air purification performance of semiconducting photocatalytic materials||ISO 22197-1: 2016||University of Rome “La Sapienza”|
|Determination of the degradation of nitrogen oxides in the air by inorganic photocatalytic materials||UNI 11247: 2010||University of Rome “La Sapienza”|
|Test Method for Resistance to Growth of Mold on the surface of interior coatings in an environmental chamber||ASTM D 3273 - 12||The MicroStarLab Ltd|
|Test for antimicrobial activity||JIS Z 2801 : 2000||University of Rome “La Sapienza”|
|Test for antimicrobial activity||JIS Z 2801 : 2000||EMSL Analitical, Inc.|
|Solar Reflectance||ASTM Standard E903||EELAb-University of Modena and Reggio Emilia|
|Thermal Emittance||ASTM C1371||EELAb-University of Modena and Reggio Emilia|
|Solar Reflectance Index||ASTM Standard E1980||EELAb-University of Modena and Reggio Emilia|
|Solar Reflectance||ASTM C1549-09||MTI - Momentum Technologies Inc.|
|Thermal Emittance||ASTM C1371||MTI - Momentum Technologies Inc.|
|Solar Reflectance Index||ASTM Standard E1980||MTI - Momentum Technologies Inc.|
|VOC Content||BS EN ISO 11890-2_2013||Dubai Central Laboratory - Government of Dubai|
|VOC Content||ISO 11890-2:2006||UL – ICQ|
|VOC Emission||ISO 16000||Eurofins Product Testing|
|Heavy Metal Content||Internal Method C011 V2: 2001||UL - ICQ|
|Heavy Metal Content||ICP - MS | IMS - ORG||Suisse Technology Partners AG|
|REGULATION or PROTOCOL||CONCLUSION||VERSION of REGULATION or PROTOCOL|
|French VOC Regulation||Regulation of March and April 2011 (DEVL1101903D and DEVL1104875A)|
|French CMR Components||Pass||Regulation of March and April 2011 (DEVL1101903D and DEVL1104875A)|
|AgBB||Pass||AgBB of February 2015. DIBt of October 2010|
|Belgian Regulation||Pass||Royal decree of May 2015 (C-2014/24239)|
|EMICODE||EC 1 PLUS||April 2013|
|Indoor Air Comfort®||Pass||Indoor Air Comfort 5.3a of March 2015|
|Indoor Air Comfort GOLD®||Pass||Indoor Air Comfort GOLD 5.3a of March 2015|
|BREEAM International||Colpliant||GN22: BREEAM Recognised Schemes for VOC emissions from Building Products|
Comparison with Limit Values of the French VOC Regulation
|CHEMICAL COMPOUND||AIRLITE CONCENTRATION |
a 28 giorni (µg/m3)
|CONCENTRATION LIMIT (µg/m3) |
LEED is green building
LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Available for virtually all building, community and home project types, LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement.
Projects pursuing LEED certification earn points across several categories, including energy use and air quality. Based on the number of points achieved, a project then earns one of four LEED rating levels: Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum.
|SUSTAINABLE SITE||Heat island reduction||Up to 2|
|INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY||Low emitting materials||1|
|ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE||Optimize energy performance||Up to 18|
|MATERIAL & RESOURCES||Building product disclosure and optimization - material ingredients||Up to 2|
|MATERIAL & RESOURCES||Construction and demolition waste management||Up to 2|
|MATERIAL & RESOURCES||Building life-cycle impact reduction||Up to 3|
|MATERIAL & RESOURCES||Building product disclosure and optimization - environmental product declarations||1|
Cradle to Cradle Certified™
The Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Product Standard guides designers and manufacturers through a continual improvement process that looks at a product through five quality categories — material health, material reutilization, renewable energy and carbon management, water stewardship, and social fairness. A product receives an achievement level in each category — Basic, Bronze, Silver, Gold, or Platinum — with the lowest achievement level representing the product’s overall mark.
Product assessments are performed by a qualified independent organization trained by the Institute. Assessment Summary Reports are reviewed by the Institute, which certifies products meeting the Standard requirements, and licenses the use of the Cradle to Cradle Certified™ word and design marks to the product manufacturer. Every two years, manufacturers must demonstrate good faith efforts to improve their products in order to have their products recertified.
This product is Cradle to Cradle Certified™ at the Gold level.
|RENEWABLE ENERGY & CARBON MANAGEMENT||Gold|
|OVERALL CERTIFICATION LEVEL||Gold|
An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is an independently verified and registered document that communicates transparent and comparable information about the life-cycle environmental impact of products, in accordance with the international standard ISO 14025.
It is prepared with reference to the product life cycle analysis based on an LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) study, which defines the consumption of resources (materials, water, energy) and the impacts on the surrounding environment during the various phases of the product life cycle. The system is international and verified by a third party.
|EPD® REGISTRATION NUMBER||S-P-01326|
|SCOPE OF THE EPD||INTERNATIONAL|
|ECO PLATFORM REGISTRATION NUMBER||00000739|
|IN ACCORDANCE WITH||ISO 14025 and EN 15804|
|UN CPC code||3511|
The Green Seal found on products or services is an instant indicator that they have met or exceeded the sustainability criteria at leadership level, following a lifecycle analysis. Buyers, facility managers, events manager and consumers everywhere seek – and often demand – the Green Seal because they know it is synonymous with environmental and health excellence.
The Green Seal scientific standards provide the necessary roadmap to improve the sustainability of companies and achieve Green Seal certification, one of the most respected eco-labels in the industry.
Friendly Materials® is the result of a research work that objectively analyses a series of chemical substances, building materials, building systems and indoor areas, based on how they may affect human health. It ranks building materials relying on an objective calculation methodology, that combines several parameters that have an impact on human health.
Friendly Materials® shares on its website the healthy materials library, a guide to achieve a friendly indoor environment with high health standards, assigning a score for each assessed product: the healthiest products obtain a gold, silver or bronze medal. Airlite paints were awarded the gold level: with such recognition, Airlite demonstrates to raise awareness on non-toxic built environments and on healthy building design, as well as promoting transparency on the building materials’ industry.