X hits on this document

Word document

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION - page 5 / 17

30 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

5 / 17

06-096 – DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

(5)

exterior exposure of metal structures and structural components.

HH. Interior wood clear and semitransparent stains. “Interior wood clear and semitransparent stains” means a clear or semi-transparent coating labeled and formulated for use on interior wood substrates and intended to change the appearance of a surface, but not conceal the grain pattern or texture.

II.Lacquer. “Lacquer” means a clear or opaque wood coating, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with cellulosic or synthetic resins to dry by evaporation without chemical reaction and to provide a solid, protective film.

JJ.Low solids coating. “Low solids coating” means a coating containing 0.12 kilogram or less of solids per liter (one pound or less of solids per gallon) of coating material.

KK. Magnesite cement coating. “Magnesite cement coating” means a coating labeled and formulated for application to magnesite cement decking to protect the magnesite cement substrate from erosion by water.

LL. Mastic texture coating. “Mastic texture coating” means a coating labeled and formulated to cover holes and minor cracks and conceal surface irregularities, which is applied in a single coat of at least 10 mils (0.010 inch) dry film thickness.

MM. Metallic pigmented coating. “Metallic pigmented coating” means a coating containing at least 48 grams of elemental metallic pigment per liter of coating as applied (0.4 pounds per gallon), when tested in accordance with South Coast Air Quality Management District Method 318-95, incorporated by reference in section 6(E)(4).

NN. Multi-color coating. “Multi-color coating” means a coating that is packaged in a single container and exhibits more than one color when applied in a single coat.

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

PP. Nonflat-high gloss coating. “Nonflat-high gloss coating” means a nonflat coating that registers a gloss of 70 or above on a 60-degree meter according to ASTM Designation D 523-89 (1999), incorporated by reference in section 6(E)(3).

QQ. Nonindustrial use. “Nonindustrial use” means any use of architectural coatings except in the construction or maintenance of any of the following: facilities used in the manufacturing of goods and commodities; transportation infrastructure, including highways, bridges, airports and railroads; facilities used in mining activities, including petroleum extraction; and utilities infrastructure, including power generation and distribution, and water treatment and distribution systems.

Chapter 151: Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings

-5-

Document info
Document views30
Page views30
Page last viewedFri Dec 02 20:21:07 UTC 2016
Pages17
Paragraphs434
Words6434

Comments