40 CFR 60.441 - Definitions and symbols.
Coating applicator means an apparatus used to apply a surface coating to a continuous web.
Coating line means any number or combination of adhesive, release, or precoat coating applicators, flashoff areas, and ovens which coat a continuous web, located between a web unwind station and a web rewind station, to produce pressure sensitive tape and label materials.
Coating solids applied means the solids content of the coated adhesive, release, or precoat as measured by Method 24.
Hood or enclosure means any device used to capture fugitive volatile organic compounds.
Oven means a chamber which uses heat or irradiation to bake, cure, polymerize, or dry a surface coating.
Precoat means a coating operation in which a coating other than an adhesive or release is applied to a surface during the production of a pressure sensitive tape or label product.
VOC means volatile organic compound.