BAY AREA AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

REGULATION 8

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

RULE 19

SURFACE COATING OF MISCELLANEOUS METAL PARTS AND PRODUCTS

INDEX

8-19-100 GENERAL

8-19-200 DEFINITIONS

8-19-300 STANDARDS

8-19-400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

8-19-500 MONITORING AND RECORDS

8-19-600 MANUAL OF PROCEDURES


REGULATION 8

ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

RULE 19

SURFACE COATING OF MISCELLANEOUS METAL PARTS AND PRODUCTS

(Adopted January 9, 1980)

8-19-100 GENERAL

8-19-200 DEFINITIONS

8-19-300 STANDARDS

8-19-303 Deleted February 3, 1993

8-19-304 Deleted June 7, 1989

8-19-305 Deleted June 7, 1989

8-19-306 Deleted January 7, 1987

8-19-307 Prohibition of Specification: No person shall require for use or specify the application of a coating subject to this Rule if such use or application results in a violation of any of the provisions of this Rule. The prohibition of this Section shall apply to all written or oral contracts under the terms of which any coating is to be applied to any miscellaneous metal part or product at any physical location within the District. (Adopted 12/19/84; Amended 12/18/85; June 7, 1989)

8-19-308 Compliance Statement Requirement: The manufacturer of coatings subject to this Rule shall provide on the coating container or as an accompanying data sheet, a designation of VOC (as defined in Section 8-19-212), expressed in grams per liter or pounds per gallon of coating. Effective September 1, 1993, the designation shall include the VOC content of the coating as supplied and at the maximum recommended thinning ratio to maintain compliance with the VOC limits of this Rule. (Adopted 12/19/84; Amended 12/18/85; 6/7/89; February 3, 1993)

8-19-309 Deleted April 1, 1987

8-19-310 Deleted April 1, 1987

8-19-311 Deleted June 7, 1989

8-19-312 Specialty Coating Limitations: Except as provided in Section 8-19-136, a person shall not apply to any miscellaneous metal part or product any specialty coating with a VOC content in excess of the following limits, expressed as grams of VOC per liter (lbs VOC per gal) of coating applied, excluding water, unless emissions to the atmosphere are controlled to an equivalent level by an air pollution abatement equipment with an abatement device efficiency of at least 85 percent that meets the requirements of Regulation 2, Rule 1.

    Baked Air dried
312.1 Camouflage 360 (3.0) 420 (3.5)
312.2 High Gloss 360 (3.0) 420 (3.5)
312.3 Heat Resistant 360 (3.0) 420 (3.5)
312.4 High Performance Architectural 420 (3.5) 420 (3.5)
312.5 Metallic Topcoat 360 (3.0) 420 (3.5)
312.6 Deleted June 7, 1989
312.7 Pretreatment Wash Primer 420 (3.5) 420 (3.5)
312.8 Silicone Release 420 (3.5) 420 (3.5)
312.9 Solar Absorbant 360 (3.0) 420 (3.5)
312.10 Deleted February 3, 1993
312.11 Deleted February 3, 1993
312.12 Extreme Performance 420 (3.5) 420 (3.5)
312.13 High Temperature 420 (3.5) 420 (3.5)

8-19-313 Spray Application Equipment Limitations: Effective July 1, 1994, any person who uses spray application equipment to apply coatings to miscellaneous metal parts or products within the District shall use one or more of the following high transfer efficiency application methods, unless emissions to the atmosphere are controlled by an approved emission control system with an overall abatement efficiency of at least 85 percent:

8-19-320 Solvent Evaporative Loss Minimization: Any person using organic solvent for surface preparation and cleanup or any person mixing, using or disposing of coatings containing organic solvent:

8-19-400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

8-19-500 MONITORING AND RECORDS

8-19-600 MANUAL OF PROCEDURES