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TBF Environmental Technology Inc., a world leader in the development of environmentally-friendly industrial solvents, announced today that BerdeSol – the company’s latest Volatile Organic Content (VOC)-compliant alternative – is now commercially…

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TBF Environmental Introduces VOC-Compliant Alternative to Hexane SCAQMD Certifies KradaSol as Clean Air Solvent FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE VANCOUVER, BC (December 9, 2015) – TBF Environmental Technology Inc., a world leader in the development of…

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ShiraSol replaces slow evaporating and toxic solvents like mineral spirits, white spirits, and paint thinners. It has better solvency and an evaporation rate similar to mineral spirits. ShiraSol may work as a primary or co-solvent in aliphatic, aromatic…

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TBF has developed alternative solvents which emit very low or zero levels of VOCs and are considered VOC-compliant, non-HAPs, do not create or deplete ozone, and are less toxic. TBF solvents, however, perform as well or better as the solvents they replace…

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Many solvents used in industry contain volatile organic compounds. When emitted to the atmosphere, VOCs contribute to the formation of ground-level ozone which produces smog. VOCs are also harmful to human health. The EPA has introduced maximum VOC…

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In the July 2015 issue of Adhesives & Sealants Industry TBF Environmental is featured in the article “Non-Toxic Solvents – Can “green” solvents be on par with their conventional toxic counterparts”. (page 43-44)

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To be compliant with regulations, manufacturers will need to consider the impact of the Maximum Incremental Reactivity (MIR) value on the ability to sell products in certain states and regions.

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Volatile Organic Compounds released from solvents react with nitro-oxides in the presence of sunlight to form urban smog. VOCs are also detrimental to human health. But the Maximum Incremental Reactivity (MIR) values of solvents are a new tool used to…
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