From the What's New archive - July 2013...
Free free free! Who doesn’t like something for free? Even more so if it means getting rid of unwanted VOCs (volatile organic compounds). Resene has been working through a steady process to move our standard Resene Zylone Sheen product range to new versions free of VOCs. This work started a few years ago with a separate Resene Zylone Sheen VOC Free product range and as we have progressed the tinting technology, the VOC free technology has been able to be merged back into the standard Resene Zylone Sheen product range. The latest to be changed is Resene Zylone Sheen Pastel tone, with this product now moving to a VOC Free variant.
Having a VOC free paint base is, of course, just one part of the puzzle. The other part is making sure you don’t add VOCs when it comes to tint. Resene formulates and manufactures its own exclusive tinters, which are highly concentrated and free of VOCs, so Resene colours can be tinted into decorative paint without changing the VOC levels of the paint itself. Resene Zylone Sheen VOC Free looks and performs the same as the standard product, just without the VOCs.
See Data Sheet D302 on the Resene website.
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