Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 62-296.501 - Can Coating

(1) Applicability. The emission limiting standards set forth in Rule 62-296.501, F.A.C., will apply to:
(a) Coating applicators and ovens of sheet, can, or end coating lines involved in sheet basecoat (exterior and interior) and overvarnish;
(b) Two-piece can exterior (basecoat and overvarnish);
(c) Two- and three-piece can interior body spray;
(d) Two-piece can exterior end (spray or roll coat);
(e) Three-piece can side-seam and end sealing compound operation.
(2) Emission Limiting Standards. No owner or operator of can coating lines subject to Rule 62-296.501, F.A.C., may cause, allow, or permit the discharge into the atmosphere of any volatile organic compounds in excess of the total discharge that would occur if each coating line complied with the emission limitations contained in paragraphs 62-296.501(2)(a) through (d), F.A.C. below. Compliance with these limitations for any given day's operation shall be determined by using the method contained in 45 FR80824. A copy of the above referenced document is available from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., and may be inspected at the Department's Tallahassee office.
(a)2.8 pounds per gallon of coating (0.34 kilograms per liter), excluding water, delivered to the coating applicator of;
1. Sheet basecoat (exterior and interior) and overvarnish, or
2. Two-piece can exterior (basecoat and overvarnish) operation.
(b)4.2 pounds per gallon of coating (0.50 kilograms per liter), excluding water delivered to the coating applicator from two- and three-piece can interior body spray and two-piece can exterior end (spray or roll coat) operations.
(c)5.5 pounds per gallon of coating (0.66 kilograms per liter), excluding water, delivered to the coating applicator from three-piece can side-seam spray operations.
(d)3.7 pounds per gallon of coating (0.44 kilograms per liter) excluding water delivered to the coating applicator from can side-seams and end sealing compound operations.
(3) Control Technology. The emission limits in subsection 62-296.501(2), F.A.C., shall be achieved by:
(a) The application of low solvent content coating technology; or,
(b) Incineration, provided that 90 percent of the volatile organic compounds (VOC measured as total combustible carbon) which enter the incinerator are oxidized to carbon dioxide and water.
(4) Test Methods and Procedures. All emissions tests performed pursuant to the requirements of this rule shall comply with the following requirements.
(a) Low Solvent Technology. The test method for volatile organic compounds shall be EPA Method 24, as described at 40 C.F.R. Part 60, Appendix A-7, adopted and incorporated by reference at Rule 62-204.800, F.A.C., or EPA 450/3-84-019, Procedures for Certifying Quantity of Volatile Organic Compounds Emitted by Paint, Ink, and Other Coatings (http://www.flrules.org/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref-04298), hereby adopted and incorporated by reference.
(b) Add-on Control Device.
1. Destructive. The test method for volatile organic compounds shall be EPA Method 25, as described at 40 C.F.R. Part 60, Appendix A-7, adopted and incorporated by reference at Rule 62-204.800, F.A.C., or Attachment 3 of EPA 450/ 2-78-041, Alternate Test Method for Direct Measurement of Total Gaseous Organic Compounds Using a Flame Ionization Analyzer adopted and incorporated by reference in Chapter 62-297, F.A.C.
2. Non-destructive. The test method for volatile organic compounds shall be VOC Capture Efficiency Test Procedures as described at Rule 62-297.450, F.A.C. The sampling time for each capture efficiency test run shall be at least 8 hours, unless otherwise approved by the Department pursuant to Rule 62-297.620, F.A.C.
(c) Test procedures shall meet all applicable requirements of Chapter 62-297, F.A.C.

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Fla. Admin. Code Ann. R. 62-296.501

Rulemaking Authority 403.061 FS. Law Implemented 403.021, 403.031, 403.061, 403.087 FS.

Formerly 17-2.650(1)(f) 1., 17-296.501, Amended 11-23-94, 1-1-96, Amended by Florida Register Volume 40, Number 122, June 24, 2014 effective 7/10/2014.

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