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What does LOVOC stand for?

LOVOC stands for Low Volatile Organic Compound

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The use of ultra high solids coatings--solvent-borne coatings with a higher solids content and low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions--plays a central role.
The eco-villa will be the first of its kind in the region and will be constructed using recycled and environment- friendly building materials that have low volatile organic compounds and emission rates.
Recognised as a low volatile organic compound (VOC) coating, the 'Hempadur 35900' is both environmentally efficient as well as time saving thanks to its ability to be applied at high film thickness.
Contractors and applicators can benefit from its advantages, such as: * Ability to be applied in a wide range of humidity levels while maintaining consistent cure * Longer re-coat window * Good low-temperature cure properties * Fast curing times * Excellent color and gloss retention * Low volatile organic compound levels * Good to excellent abrasion resistance Topcoats formulated using engineered polyisocyanate raw materials along with polyaspartic resins from Bayer can be used for both interior and exterior applications in commercial, industrial, retail and residential flooring.
Low volatile organic compound products also were used in the construction, including paints, sealants, coatings and carpet components--meaning guests can enjoy dean air when staying at these properties.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] MAPEI's Ultrabond ECO[R] line offers a variety of specially formulated products with extremely low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.