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06-096 – DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Z.

Flat coating. “Flat coating” means a coating that is not defined under any other definition in this rule and that registers gloss less than 15 on an 85-degree meter or less than 5 on a 60-degree meter according to ASTM Designation D 523-89 (1999), incorporated by reference in section 6(E)(3).

AA.

Floor coating. “Floor coating” means an opaque coating that is labeled and formulated for application to flooring, including, but not limited to, decks, porches, steps, and other horizontal surfaces which may be subjected to foot traffic.

BB.

Flow coating. “Flow coating” means a coating labeled and formulated exclusively for use to maintain the protective coating systems present on utility transformer units.

CC.

Form-release compound. “Form-release compound” means a coating labeled and formulated for application to a concrete form to prevent the freshly poured concrete from bonding to the form. The form may consist of wood, metal or some material other than concrete.

DD.

Graphic arts coating or sign paint. “Graphic arts coating or sign paint” means a coating labeled and formulated for hand-application using brush or roller techniques to indoor and outdoor signs (excluding structural components) and murals including letter enamels, poster colors, copy blockers, and bulletin enamels.

EE.

High temperature coating. “High temperature coating” means a high performance coating labeled and formulated for application to substrates exposed continuously or intermittently to temperatures above 204OC (400OF).

FF.

Impacted immersion coating. “Impacted immersion coating” means a high performance maintenance coating formulated and recommended for application to steel structures subject to immersion in turbulent, debris-laden water. These coatings are specifically resistant to high-energy impact damage by floating ice or debris.

GG.

Industrial maintenance coating. “Industrial maintenance coating” means a high performance architectural coating, including primers, sealers, undercoaters, intermediate coats, and topcoats, formulated for application to substrates exposed to one or more of the following extreme environmental conditions and labeled as specified in section 4(D):

(1)

immersion in water, wastewater, or chemical solutions (aqueous and non-aqueous solutions), or chronic exposures of interior surfaces to moisture condensation;

(2)

acute or chronic exposure to corrosive, caustic, or acidic agents, or to chemicals, chemical fumes, or chemical mixtures or solutions;

(3)

repeated exposure to temperatures above 121OC (250OF);

(4)

repeated (frequent) heavy abrasion, including mechanical wear and repeated (frequent) scrubbing with industrial solvents, cleansers, or scouring agents; or

Chapter 151: Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings

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