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ITW TACC Adhesives First Meet Stringent GREENGUARD Requirements

June 1, 2005
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The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute has certified the very first adhesive products for outstanding indoor air quality performance. ITW TACC's general construction adhesives contribute only minimal levels of chemicals into the air and met the challenge of GREENGUARD's rigorous testing and certification process. The ITW TACC architectural adhesives Z Canister, ConBond 375, LCB 330 and 217, and MR 65-1702 vinyl flooring adhesive were tested and found to perform within the stringent GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Standards for Low-Emitting Products. "The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute is proud of ITW TACC for leading the industry and committing their products to GREENGUARD's rigorous indoor air quality standards," said Carl Smith, CEO of the GEI. "The market has been waiting for low-emitting, third-party-certified adhesives for some time. I am thrilled that ITW TACC's dedication to indoor air quality fills this void."

For more information, visit http://www.itwtacc.com or call (800) 503-6991.

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