SJUAPCD RULE 4606 WOOD PRODUCTS COATING OPERATIONS
LAST REVISED 12/19/96



RULE 4606 - WOOD PRODUCTS COATING OPERATIONS

(Adopted December 19, 1991; Amended December 17, 1992; Amended June 20, 1996; Amended December 19, 1996)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to limit VOC emissions from wood products coating operations and to provide the administrative requirements for recording and measuring emissions.

2.0 Applicability

The provisions of this rule shall apply to the application of coatings to and surface preparation of wood products, including furniture, cabinets, and custom replica furniture.

3.0 Definitions

3.35 Wood Product Coating Operations: a stationary source that performs a combination of coating application steps which may include the use of spray guns, flash-off areas, spray booths, ovens, conveyors, touch-up areas, and/or other equipment operated for the purpose of applying coatings to wood products.

4.0 Exemptions

5.0 Requirements

VOC LIMITS

Grams of VOC per Liter of Coating, Excluding Water and Exempt Compounds

Coating Category Effective 12/19/96 Effective 1/1/99
g/l lb/gal g/l lb/gal
Clear Topcoat 550 4.6 275 2.3
Filler 500 4.2 275 2.3
High-Solids Stain 700 5.8 240 2.0
Ink 500 4.2 500 4.2
Mold-Seal Coating 750 6.3 750 6.3
Multi-Colored Coating 275 2.3 275 2.3
Pigmented Coating 550 4.6 275 2.3
Sanding Sealer 550 4.6 275 2.3


VOC LIMITS

Grams of VOC per Liter of Material

Coating Category Effective 12/19/96 Effective 1/1/99
g/l lb/gal g/l lb/gal
Low-Solids Stain 480 4.0 120 1.0
Stripper 350 2.9 350 2.9

6.0 Administrative Requirements

7.0 Compliance Schedule