We have a project that requires sheet vinyl flooring that is "static dissipative and static conductive". The conductive adhesive has 56 g/L VOC. The adhesive is for use only with homogenous vinyl tile and sheet vinyl (not VCT).
I'm proposing that the adhesive meets SCAQMD #1168 (c) Requirements (1): "Unless otherwise specified in paragraph (c)(2), a person shall not apply any adhesives, adhesive bonding primers, adhesive primers, or any other primer, which have a VOC content in excess of 250 g/L less water and less exempt compounds."
(c)(2) refers to the VOC table that we all know and love, and covers VCT Tile adhesives, but not vinyl adhesives.
Has anyone any experience with this?