The CDPH Standard Method is referenced by some of the most widely used green building rating systems and codes, including LEED, IgCC, CalGreen, ASHRAE 189.1 and others. The CDPH VOC Emission Test meets a broad range of requirements, and W. R. Meadows has a number of CDPH approved construction liquids.
CDPH Approved Products
LIQUI-HARD concrete densifier and chemical hardener compound is a proprietary, water-based, ready-to-use, clear silicate liquid, formulated with chemically reactive raw…
LIQUI-HARD ULTRA concrete densifier and chemical hardener is a waterborne, lithium-silicate-based, ready-to-use, colorless liquid, which hardens and dustproofs concrete at…
MED-CURE is a ready-to-use, water-based, VOC-compliant concrete curing agent, hardener, and dustproofer.
More on CDPH from UL
As a world leader in product emissions testing, UL has evaluated more than 70,000 products and cataloged more than 10,000 chemicals from those product emissions. Our state-of-the-art technology allows us to measure chemicals in a wide range of products with the utmost precision. Our familiarity with both national and international emissions testing standards, green building codes, and rating systems enables UL to partner with manufacturers to conduct product emissions testing in ways that maximize efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Read more here.
About Berkeley Analytical’s CDPH Standard Testing Method
Berkeley Analytical’s (BkA) VOC emission testing to standards such as CDPH Standard Method V1.2, widely known as CA Section 01350, and to ANSI/BIFMA M7.1, provide the foundation for manufacturers’ self-declared claims and third-party certified claims for low-emitting building products. These claims are used to earn LEED credits and other building rating systems. Green building codes such as CALGreen, ASHRAE Standard 189.1, and the International Green Construction Code (IgCC) also require the same standards and claims to define acceptable products for new construction and renovation. Read more here.
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