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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Which of the following types of coatings is not subject to a VOC limit of 50 grams per liter under Rule 1113 of the South Coast Air Quality Management District?

Flat coatings
Nonflat coatings
Floor coatings
Dry-fog coatings

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