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Specifying for low-VOC coatings

It’s a reality that VOC emissions have the potential to become an issue owners must consider on some coatings projects. States with stricter VOC caps, such as California and Pennsylvania, may require special measures to be taken, especially on long or continuous projects.

‘Green’ coating options are out there

If you read our last article, and you’re worried your next project may run afoul of limits on volatile organic compounds (VOCs), take heart. Low and zero-VOC options are out there. And they won’t necessarily break the bank.

VOC limits and what they mean for your project

Volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, are chemicals that have been found to cause health and environmental risks when they reach certain concentrations in the atmosphere. VOCs are emitted from all types of materials, from household cleaning supplies to bug sprays and other types of aerosols.

Three modes of corrosion protection

With all the talking we do about corrosion protection, you may be tempted to think there are a million ways of doing it. But really, protective coatings achieve corrosion protection in one of only three ways.

July is National Fireworks Safety Month

With America’s birthday fast approaching, we’d like to offer a friendly safety reminder about July being National Fireworks Safety Month. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recognizes that, despite their dangers, fireworks are about as American as apple pie, so the CPSC offers these safety tips:

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