EPA Method 24A


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EPA Method 24A:
DETERMINATION OF VOLATILE MATTER CONTENT AND DENSITY OF PUBLICATION ROTOGRAVURE INKS AND RELATED PUBLICATION ROTOGRAVURE COATINGS

Summary:
Separate procedures are used to determine the VOC weight fraction and density of the ink or related coating and the density of the solvent in the ink or related coating. The VOC weight fraction is determined by measuring the weight loss of a known sample quantity which has been heated for a specified length of time at a specified temperature. The density of both the ink or related coating and solvent are measured by a standard procedure. From this information, the VOC volume fraction is calculated.

Scope:
This method is applicable for the determination of the VOC content and density of solventborne (solvent-reducible) publication rotogravure inks and related publication rotogravure coatings.

Date Issued:
9/25/1996

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