Definition of Strippable booth coating


Strippable booth coating means a coating that: conversion varnish topcoats, the sealer shall contain no more than (1) is applied to a booth wall to provide a protective film to 1.9 kilograms of volatile organic compound per kilogram of solids, receive overspray during finishing operations; as applied, and the topcoat shall contain no more than 2.0 kilograms (2) is subsequently peeled off and disposed; and of volatile organic compound per kilogram of solids, as applied; or (3) by achieving (1) and (2), reduces or eliminates the need to (iii) if the affected source is using an acid-cured alkyd amino use organic solvents to clean booth walls. vinyl sealer and a topcoat other than an acid-cured alkyd amino "Substrate" means the surface onto which coatings are applied, conversion varnish topcoat, the sealer shall contain no more than or into which coatings are impregnated. 2.3 kilograms of volatile organic compound per kilogram of solids, "Temporary Total Enclosure" means an enclosure that meets as applied, and the topcoat shall contain no more than 1.8 kilograms the requirements of Subsection R307-343-7(5)(a)(i) through (iv) of volatile organic compound per kilogram of solids, as applied; or and is not permanent, but is constructed only to measure the capture (d) Use a control system that will achieve an equivalent efficiency of pollutants emitted from a given source. Additionally, reduction in emissions as the requirements of Subsection R307-343- any exhaust point from the enclosure shall be at least 4 equivalent 4(1)(a) or (b), as calculated using the compliance provisions in duct or hood diameters from each natural draft opening. R307-343-6(2), as appropriate; or