VOC


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VOC

abbr.
volatile organic compound
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VOC concentrators are extensively used in various applications including printing, electronics & semiconductors manufacturing, paint finishing, chemical processing to control the emission of VOCs.
"This can be attributed to the stringent regulations for the manufacture of low VOC paints &C coatings and the limited usage of certain chemicals in decorative paints and others.
Wartsila is once again ahead of the curve with its VOC recovery technology, which was a key consideration in the award of this contract.
* Be mindful of labels and check if the products you use contain VOC. Minimize use of scented products.
As a response to this demand, coating manufacturers and additive suppliers are coming up with innovative ways to keep VOC content low while maintaining performance characteristics.
The ministry study showed that of 74 VOCs initially suspected of being in the pads, 24 were not found at all.
Rapid detection method.--The experiment used the single-factor method to test the VOC emissions of three-layer plywood under different experimental conditions (the conditions are noted in "VOC emissions analysis" section); three samples were tested under each condition.
"Based on our results, we can recommend what plants are good for certain types of VOCs and for specific locations," Niri explains.
VOC Systems offers the industry's most advanced web-based mid-stay guest feedback application, providing powerful insights, guest experience management, and memorable connections to and with thousands of guests and employees every year.
One of the remedies suggested that seems to be a favorite at this point is the installation of soil vapor extraction system (SVE), a well that would extract the water into a vacuum system that would vaporize the soils eliminating the VOC'S.
These compounds are based on three innovative chemistries developed by the company: additive formulations designed for low VOC emissions; non-phthalate plasticizers, including types that generate lower VOC emissions than conventional plasticizers; and biobased plasticizers derived from renewable plant byproducts, also including versions with low VOC emissions.
As the petrochemical industry expands, plant construction will need VOC emission credits to off-set non-controllable point sources in non-attainment areas.