Tremco Offers TremPrime LV to Meet Regional VOC Requirements

June 9, 2004
Customers in New York City; Jefferson County, Kentucky; Maricopa County, Arizona; California; Massachusetts; and New Jersey Now Have the Option to Use TremPrime LV For Their Roofing Needs

Tremco Inc. announces TremPrime LV, a product line extension of its popular solvent-based asphalt primer that meets strict VOC (volatile organic compound) compliance limits for asphalt primers in specific geographic regions of the United States. This product line extension is a direct result that meets the needs of specific customers who require a low VOC, asphaltic primer in locations where air quality regulations are strict and the use of asphalt primers has been limited.

Customers in New York City; Jefferson County, Kentucky; Maricopa County, Arizona; California; Massachusetts; and New Jersey, and who need roofing repairs and maintenance, now have the option to use TremPrime LV for their roofing needs. This multi-purpose primer can be used on a variety of surfaces including concrete, metal, and asphalt surfaces. TremPrime LV has high penetration qualities that allow maximum absorbance into substrates to improve bond strength.  The product is asbestos free and does not exceed volatile organic compound limits in the previously listed locations. “As air quality regulations become tighter and tighter, we want to offer our customers alternative solutions to meet ASTM, State, and Federal VOC requirements,” according to Kurt Sosinski, Product Manager for Tremco Inc.

For more information about Tremco’s TremPrime LV, contact Tremco at 800-562-2728 or on the web at www.tremcoroofing.com. 

Headquartered in Beachwood, Ohio, Tremco Incorporated and Weatherproofing Technologies, Inc., Tremco’s service division, are ISO 9001:2000 certified companies that provide Roofing and Weatherproofing Peace of Mind to educational, healthcare, government and industrial customers. In business since 1928, Tremco joined the RPM International, Inc. family of companies in 1997.

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