The release of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from building products will be regulated in a significantly more comprehensive way than in the past. DIN EN 16516 (2018) serves as the basis by presenting harmonized testing procedures. In consequence, CE-marking of the VOC release will be required, and, for many products, factory production control will be necessary. However, the proposed methods are not suitable for application in factory labs because they are elaborate and need to be operated by highly specialized personnel. This article is about a new, robust rapid testing method that uses a gas analysis system (cf. DIN EN ISO 12460-3, 2016) to enable the release of VOC from specimens in a controlled environment. The emitted compounds are enriched and then transferred into the analytical system consisting of a gas chromatograph to separate them and, coupled to it, an ion mobility spectrometer to perform the quantitative determination. In this article, the new rapid testing system, first results, and the regulatory situation are presented.