voc.

voc.

abbr.
1. vocational
2. vocative
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(Grammar) vocative
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Some products like paints have been changed from oil-based ones to water-based ones to reduce VOC. Until there is more study on other household products, experts suggest that we can all take some simple steps to stay safe and reduce our exposure to VOC.
* One important focus is the move to low VOC. How prominent are low-VOC options in the market for ACE coatings?
Ripon's background was in Lausanne--and that is all that is known of his years before signing with the VOC. The same goes for his years after VOC service.
Such trend is known for terpenes from other applications, representing a typical behavior of primary VOC. On the other hand, emissions of secondary VOC such as aldehydes arose as their formation was catalyzed by processing conditions.
Liquid Absorption--the off-gas stream typically enters the bottom of the absorption column and flows through the media that physically absorbs the VOC. Clean air is vented and liquid is heated and pumped to the top of absorption column, where VOCs are removed under vacuum.
This work gives new insights into the study of the VOC. Discussing different interests of the Company executives in Amsterdam, the governor-general in Batavia, and VOC Asian settlements, Jacobs effectively shows that the VOC was not a monolithic enterprise.
(2002) reported transfer rates of 11 different VOCs in three different enthalpy wheels installed in buildings and reported transfer rates in the range of 10%-75%, depending on the identities of the enthalpy wheel and the VOC. However, they did not report the concentration ranges used.
Paints containing VOCs with less than 5 gm per liter are considered Zero VOC. VOC absorbing paints contain active ingredients that trap VOCs in the paints indefinitely.
The old tinting paste based on a high-solid alkyd was prepared by a horizontal mill and has 187 g/L VOC. Compared with the old tinting paste, the new tinting paste was prepared using a high-speed disperser with only two components, the reactive diluent, and the pigment.
Carla van Wamelen, Family life onder de VOC. Een handelscompagnie in huwelijks- en gezinszaken.