1 (1) The following definitions apply in this schedule.
high-temperature coating means an architectural coating for application to surfaces exposed continuously or intermittently to temperatures above 204°C. (revêtement haute température)
industrial maintenance coating means an architectural coating for application to substrates exposed to any of the following conditions:
(c) repeated exposure to temperatures above 121°C;
(2) The table to this subsection sets out architectural coatings and their applicable VOC concentration limit. The table is divided into three columns. The first sets out the architectural coating subject to the VOC concentration limit, the second sets out the VOC concentration limit applicable to that architectural coating and the third sets out the anniversary of the day on which these Regulations come into force, from which the effective dates of the prohibitions set out in sections 3 and 5 of these Regulations are determined.
Quick-dry enamel, a high-gloss coating that has the following characteristics:
(a) it is able to be applied directly from the container with ambient temperatures between 16 and 27°C;
13 (1) The set-to-touch, tack-free and dry-hard times of a quick-dry enamel set out in the schedule must be determined in accordance with ASTM D 1640–03, entitled Standard Test Methods for Drying, Curing, or Film Formation of Organic Coatings at Room Temperature, except that the standard must be read as excluding references to any agreement between the purchaser and the seller as well as the following: