PPG Revamps Zero-VOC Line
PPG Architectural Coatings has updated its "Speedhide zero" interior latex line with a new sheen option, anti-microbial capability, and a more environmentally friendly formulation.
The low-odor, zero-VOC professional paint is designed for durability, ease of application, good hide and good coverage, the company says.
The revamped Speedhide zero:
Other Features, Applications
The formulation also meets LEED VOC requirements and can help earn LEED 2009 credits, according to PPG.
The paint is recommended for use on concrete, gypsum wallboard-drywall, concrete masonry block, plaster, ferrous metal and wood.
Speedhide zero is available in flat, eggshell, satin and semi-gloss, as well as a sealer/primer at PPG Pittsburgh Paints and PPG Porter Paints retail locations and independent dealers nationwide.
The Pittsburgh, PA-based coating maker notes that while the paint line is 0 g/L VOC, "colorants added to the base paint may increase VOC levels significantly, depending on the color selected."
More information: www.ppgpro.com.