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06-096 – DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

intermittently to temperatures above 204OC (400OF).

LLL. Thermoplastic rubber coating and mastic. “Thermoplastic rubber coating and mastic” means a coating or mastic formulated and recommended for application to roofing or other structural surfaces and that incorporates no less than 40 percent by weight of thermoplastic rubbers in the total resin solids and may also contain other ingredients including, but not limited to, fillers, pigments, and modifying resins.

MMM. Tint base. “Tint base” means an architectural coating to which colorant is added, after packaging in sale units, to produce a desired color.

NNN. Traffic marking coating. “Traffic marking coating” means a coating labeled and formulated for marking and striping streets, highways, or other traffic surfaces including, but not limited to, curbs, berms, driveways, parking lots, sidewalks and airport runways.

OOO. Undercoater. “Undercoater” means a coating labeled and formulated to provide a smooth surface for subsequent coatings.

PPP. Varnish. “Varnish” means a clear or semi-transparent wood coating, excluding lacquers and shellacs, formulated to dry by chemical reaction. Varnishes may contain small amounts of pigment to color a surface, or to control the final sheen or gloss of the finish.

QQQ. VOC content. “VOC content” means the weight of VOC per volume of coating, calculated according to the procedures specified in section 6(A).

RRR. Waterproofing sealer. “Waterproofing sealer” means a coating labeled and formulated for application to a porous substrate for the primary purpose of preventing the penetration of water.

SSS. Waterproofing concrete/masonry sealer. “Waterproofing concrete/masonry sealer” means a clear or pigmented film-forming coating that is labeled and formulated for sealing concrete and masonry to provide resistance against water, alkalis, acids, ultraviolet light, and staining.

TTT. Wood preservative. “Wood preservative” means a coating labeled and

formulated to protect exposed wood from decay or insect attack, that is registered under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (7 U.S.C. section 136, et. seq.) and with the State of Maine Board of Pesticides Control according to 7 MRSA §607.

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Standards

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VOC content limits. Except as provided in section 3(B), 3(C), and 3(H), no person shall: (1) manufacture, blend or repackage for sale within the State of Maine, (2) supply, sell, or offer for sale within the State of Maine, or (3) solicit for application or apply within the State of Maine, any architectural coating manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 which contains volatile organic compounds in excess of the limits specified in the following Table of Standards. Limits are expressed

Chapter 151: Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings

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