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Rule 1113 Table of Standards
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Rule 1113 Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Limits as of February 5, 2016

Table of Standards 1
VOC Limits

Grams of VOC Per Liter of Coating,
Less Water and Less Exempt Compounds

COATING CATEGORY

Category
Codes

Current
Limit1

Effective Date

 Small Container Exemption

1/1/14

2/5/16

1/1/19

Bond Breakers

5

350

Building Envelope Coatings

62 

100 

 

 

50 

Concrete-Curing Compounds

7

100

✓ 

Concrete-Curing Compounds
           For Roadways and Bridges2

7

350

 ✓3

Concrete Surface Retarder

58

50

50

 

Default

 51

50 

50 

 

 

Driveway Sealer

52

50

 

 ✓

Dry-Fog Coatings

8

50

50

 

 ✓

Faux Finishing Coatings

 

Clear Topcoat

9a

100

100

 

 

✓ 

Decorative Coatings

9

350

✓ 

Glazes

9b

350

Japan

9c

350

✓ 

Trowel Applied Coatings

9d

50

50

 

 

Fire-Proofing Coatings

10

150

150

 

✓ 

Flats

13

50

 

 ✓5

Floor Coatings

14

50

Form Release Compound

16

100

100

 

✓ 

Graphic Arts (Sign) Coatings

17

200

150

200

 

Industrial Maintenance (IM) Coatings

19

100

 ✓5

         Color Indicating Safety Coatings

 

480 

 

 

 

5 

High Temperature IM Coatings

18

420

5 

Non-Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti Coatings

19a

100

5 

Zinc-Rich IM Primers

56

100

5

Magnesite Cement Coatings

22

450

3 

Mastic Coatings

23

100

100

 

✓ 

Metallic Pigmented Coatings

24

150

150

 

 ✓

Multi-Color Coatings

25

250

 ✓3

Nonflat Coatings

26, 27, 28

50

 ✓5

Pre-Treatment Wash Primers

29

420

 ✓3

Primers, Sealers, and Undercoaters

30

100

✓ 

Reactive Penetrating Sealers

59

350

4 

Recycled Coatings

33

250

150

✓ 

Roof Coatings

34

50

 ✓

Roof Coatings, Aluminum

53

100

✓ 

Roof Primers, Bituminous

4

350

3 

Rust Preventative Coatings

35

100

6 

Sacrificial Anti-Graffiti Coatings

60

50

 

3 

Shellac

 

Clear

37

750

 ✓4

Pigmented

38

550

4

Specialty Primers

39

100

 ✓

Stains

41

100

✓ 

Stains, Interior

40

250

 ✓

Stone Consolidants

 61

450 

 

 

 

 ✓3

Swimming Pool Coatings

 

Repair

43

340

3 

Other

42

340

 ✓3

Tile and Stone Sealers

63 

100 

 

 

 

✓ 

Traffic Coatings

45

100

 ✓

Tub and Tile Refinishing Coatings

64 

420

 

 

 

4 

Waterproofing Sealers

48

100

✓ 

Waterproofing Concrete/Masonry Sealers

49 

100 

 

 

 

✓ 

Wood Coatings

 

275 

 

 

 

 

         Varnish

46, 47 

275 

 

 

 

 

         Sanding Sealers

36 

275

 

 

 

 

         Lacquer

20

275

 

 

 

 

Wood Conditioners

65

100 

 

 

 

 

Wood Preservatives

 

 

Below-Ground

50 

350 

 

 

 

 ✓3

Other

55

350

 

 

 

3 

  1. The specified limits remain in effect unless revised limits are listed in subsequent columns in the Table of Standards.
  2. Does not include compounds used for curbs and gutters, sidewalks, islands, driveways and other miscellaneous concrete areas.
  3. Effective 02/05/2016, the small container exemption no longer applies per (f)(1).
  4. Effective 01/01/2018, the small container exemption no longer applies per (f)(1).
  5. Effective 01/01/2019, the small container exemption is further restricted per (f)(1).
  6. Effective 01/01/2020, the small container exemption is further restricted per (f)(1).
  7.  

Table of Standards 1 (cont.)
VOC Limits

Grams of VOC Per Liter of Material

COATING

Limit

Low-Solids Coating

120



Table of Standards 2 
VOC Limits For Colorants

Grams of VOC Per Liter of Colorant,
Less Water and Exempt Compounds

COLORANT ADDED TO

Limit

Architectural Coatings, excluding IM Coatings

50

Solvent-Based IM

600

Waterborne IM

50

Heather Farr
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