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Specifically, our paints and coatings are developed to reduce volatile organic content (VOC) emissions, reduce hazardous material, minimise energy consumption, control waste, and eliminate various health hazards.
Do you meet Volatile Organic Content and Hazardous Air Pollutant regulations?
The advanced tests, done locally for the first time, will certify only those paints and coatings that are non-toxic and do not have heavy metal and volatile organic content that can cause serious health issues.
Presentation topics will include energy usage, pros and cons of the various technologies, volatile organic content considerations and other related topics which are of concern from an environmental and ecological standpoint.
There are low volatile organic content (VOC) paints around, again made by specialist companies.
The material performance tests included chemical resistance, volatile organic content, permeability, adhesion, weathering, salt spray, ignitability, leachability, aging, compressive strength, and flame spread/smoke development.
The TURI Laboratory conducts a preliminary screening to determine a chemical's potential risk based on global warming potential, ozone depletion potential, volatile organic content, flammability/reactivity and acute toxicity.
Presentations to follow will cover environmental certifications for coatings, available analytical methods for measuring formaldehyde as well as test methods and tools for defining and measuring volatile organic content.