Daily Quiz (6)


In Canada’s consultation document, “Federal Agenda on the Reduction of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Consumer and Commercial Products,” the government informs stakeholders of place to develop specific measures to further reduce VOC emissions over the ____-____ period.


True or false: APC is the acronym—used frequently in VOC regulations—for both architectural coatings and coatings for industrial structures.


True or false: If a coating has 50 grams per liter or less of VOCs, it is said to be HAPS-free.


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has developed waterborne epoxy coatings that exceed the performance of high-VOC coatings that were traditionally used for locks and dams.


How are low-VOC coatings created?


True or false: Low-VOC, air-dry fluoropolymers are now available for field application on curtain-wall metals.


 
 
   

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