The MSDS for one component of a 4-part sparkproof/conductive flooring system lists a theoretical VOC content level (i.e. as packaged) and an As-Applied content level. The As-Applied value is significantly less than the Theoretical value and satisfies the LEED requirement, whereas the Theoretical limit does not. The other components in this system list only the Theoretical values, all of which are below the allowable limits. Although I would be inconsistent if I was to use the As-Applied value for the one component and the Theoretical values for the other three, it seems to me that the As-Applied value is the appropriate value when the concern is how VOC impacts indoor air quality. Has anyone come up against a similar circumstance?
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