New Coating Requirements Need New Measurement MethodsApril 26th, 2012
Volatile organic compounds. Their official definition is as “any organic compound that participates in atmospheric photochemical reactions.” That is, they’re nasty chemicals that change the chemical constituents of the atmosphere from what it should be to what it shouldn’t be. That doesn’t sound very good, which is why there’s a lot of interest in eliminating them, including interest from the military. They’re trying to reduce the volatile organics from chemical agent resistant coating. To reduce the VOC content, they need to first identify it, and they’ve developed a method based on a moisture analyzer that does a fast, accurate job of measuring VOC content.
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