Nitrogen oxides (Nox) and hydrocarbons (HC) are the most dangerous components of diesel engine exhaust.
Nitrogen oxides (NOx) are formed when the majority of nitrogen oxides in exhaust gases are released as nitrogen monoxide, which is oxidized to nitrogen dioxide in the air and further converted to other nitrogen compounds (NOx).
Parking garages and market parks
Parking in city centers is easiest in parking garages. Exhaust fumes are a problem with air quality in car parks. Carbon monoxide (carbon monoxide) is formed especially as a result of incomplete combustion of fuel in gasoline engines. The amount of carbon monoxide in the exhaust depends on the driving situation.
Diesel engine exhaust produces hydrocarbons (HC) and nitrogen oxides (NOx),
Inspection stations, test tracks
Arctic Vehicle Testing is a growth area in Lapland. Test World Oy, which operates in Ivalo, is an impartial company that has often been awarded the best in the world for testing vehicles, tires and components.
The site has efficient refrigeration equipment and secure monitoring.
Car repair shops
Various oils and solvents are handled and stored at car repair shops, which can pose health risks and explosion hazards during handling.
In addition to these, the exhaust fumes of vehicles to be repaired, inspected and tested also cause dangerous situations for health.