06-096 – DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
hand railings; heating equipment, air conditioning equipment, and other fixed mechanical equipment or stationary tools; lampposts; partitions; pipes and piping systems; rain gutters and downspouts; stairways; fixed ladders; catwalks; fire escapes; and window screens.
Architectural coating. “Architectural coating” means a coating to be applied to stationary structures and their appurtenances at the site of installation, to portable buildings at the site of installation, to pavements, or to curbs. Coatings applied in shop applications or to non-stationary structures such as airplanes, ships, boats, railcars, and automobiles, and adhesives are not considered architectural coatings for the purposes of this rule.
G.ASTM. “ASTM” means the American Society for Testing and Materials.
H.BAAQMD. “BAAQMD” means the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, a part of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) which regulates air quality in the State of California.
I.Bitumens. “Bitumens” means black or brown materials including, but not limited to, asphalt, tar, pitch, and asphaltite that are soluble in carbon disulfide, consist mainly of hydrocarbons, and are obtained from natural deposits or as residues from the distillation of crude petroleum or coal.
J.Bituminous roof coating. “Bituminous roof coating” means a coating which incorporates bitumens that is labeled and formulated exclusively for roofing.
K.Bituminous roof primer. “Bituminous roof primer” means a primer which incorporates bitumens that is labeled and formulated exclusively for roofing.
L.Bond breaker. “Bond breaker” means a coating labeled and formulated for application between layers of concrete to prevent a freshly poured top layer of concrete from bonding to the layer over which it is poured.
M.Calcimine recoaters. “Calcimine recoaters” means flat solvent borne coatings formulated and recommended specifically for recoating calcimine-painted ceilings and other calcimine-painted substrates.
N.Clear brushing lacquers. “Clear brushing lacquers” means clear wood finishes, excluding clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with nitrocellulose or synthetic resins to dry by solvent evaporation without chemical reaction and to provide a solid, protective film, which are intended exclusively for application by brush and which are labeled as specified in section 4(E).
O.Clear wood coatings. “Clear wood coatings” means clear and semi-transparent coatings, including lacquers and varnishes, applied to wood substrates, to provide a transparent or translucent solid film.
P.Coating. “Coating” means a material applied onto or impregnated into a substrate for protective, decorative, or functional purposes. Such materials include, but are not limited to, paints, varnishes, sealers, and stains.
Chapter 151: Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings