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GLP Emissions Criteria Green Label Plus™ (GLP) Indoor Air Quality Testing Program GLP Emissions Criteria The Carpet and Rug Institute, Inc. PO Box 2048 Dalton Georgia 30722 USA Phone: +1(706) 428-2101 Fax: +1(706) 428-3101 Website: www.carpet-rug.org Email: glpadmin@carpet-rug.org Green Label Plus Emissions Criteria Approved By: Richard Turner Version.Revision: 2.01 Revised: August 4, 2017 Date: August 4, 2017 Supersedes: Green Label Plus Emissions Criteria (Version 2.00) Page 1 of 1 Compound CAS # Maximum Emission Factor (EF) (µg/m2·hr) Office Building Target Air Concentration (for reference only) (µg/m3) California Section 01350 –…

…a product is measured against the performance of water, for all of the criteria outlined above. ANCHOR – Cleaning Solution Testing Criteria Staining agents tested include mustard, ketchup, hot black coffee, grape juice, permanent marker, chocolate syrup, dirty motor oil, and American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) synthetic soil. Evaluation of cleaning efficacy is performed using the AATCC Gray Scale for staining and is rated by three independent, trained technicians. Resoiling is tested by applying AATCC synthetic soil to the cleaned carpet sample. As with efficacy, the differential…

…2-Ethyl-1-Hexanol 4-Phenylcyclohexene (4PCH) Benzothiazole Isooctylacrylate Methyl Biphenyl Vinyl Cyclohexene * Note: All criteria presented above are for CRI GLP 14-day and 24-hour tests except Caprolactam criteria is set at an EF of 131 μg/m2·h and a Concentration of 70 μg/m3 for the 24-hour test.In order to earn and maintain Green Label Plus certifications, carpet, adhesives, and cushion products must undergo a three-tier testing process to monitor continued compliance with the test program requirements. ​ GLP Emissions Criteria (41 KB) GLP test results are confidential and not to be shared with…

…these products exceed the emission criteria, the manufacturer is advised and requested to make process or formulation changes to reduce emissions. After the product modification, the manufacturer may re- submit the product for additional testing. Products that do not meet the test criteria will not be allowed to bear the label. THE CARPET PRIMER Page 42 In each of these programs, the authorized label displayed on the product contains an identification number assigned specifically to the individual manufacturer for each product that meets the criteria. It is also important to…

…from a wet cleaning process. Dirty water that remains in the carpet could be a source of fungal growth and could prolong the drying process. Texture retention — The extractor must not harm the carpet pile. If a system is being tested, additional test criteria are included and mirror those from the Cleaning Solutions protocol. These include the following: Rate of resoiling — This ensures that the product does not attract dirt to the cleaned areas faster than the rest of the carpet. pH — A more neutral pH ensures…

…in all test categories: Efficacy Evaluation — The pass level is a full one-step visual improvement as measured by spectrophotometer and the AATCC gray scale. Surface Appearance — The criteria for the surface appearance change between the exposed and unexposed specimens must be equal to or better than the surface reference change represented in the CRI reference photograph. Additional test criteria are included and mirror those from the Cleaning Solutions protocol. These include the following: Rate of resoiling — This ensures that the product does not attract dirt to the…

Green Label Plus Sets a Higher Standard for Indoor Air Quality There is a growing demand to make indoor environments as healthy and “green-friendly” as possible. Choosing the right materials is a critical step. To assist in the process, CRI has created Green Label Plus for carpet, adhesives, and cushion to raise the bar on lowering emissions. Green Label Plus is a voluntary, industry testing program for carpet, adhesive and cushion products that establish the highest standard for indoor air qual...

…IAQ and ensure that customers are purchasing the very lowest emitting products available on the market. Using scientifically established standards, the Green Label Plus program symbolizes the carpet industry’s commitment to a creating a better indoor environment.Green Label Plus is an example of CRI’s leadership in the best practices of environmental responsibility. Look for the CRI Green Label Plus logo as proof that the product has been tested and certified by an independent laboratory and has met stringent criteria for low emissions. UL tests carpet, adhesive and cushion samples using…

…provide a greater return on your investment and ensure a healthier indoor environment. Use of the CRI Seal of Approval program assures proper and easy carpet maintenance. This important testing program has raised the performance bar for all vacuum cleaners on the market, resulting in cleaner, longer-lasting carpet and improved indoor air quality. So look for the Seal of Approval logo or label on packaging, displays and on the machine itself. ANCHOR – Vacuum Testing Criteria 1. Two categories of SOA Vacuum Cleaners to be listed on the CRI website:…

…patient care areas. Solution dyeing is preferred in areas subject to stains and spills because the color is achieved by the pigment within the yarn. Other areas in healthcare facilities, such as offices, lobbies, and corridors may employ a variety of dye methods, such as stock dyeing, yarn dyeing, piece dyeing, and printing, all of which are dependent on the amount of pattern and colors needed for the interior appearance. Static electricity considerations: Carpet can be specified to meet criteria for the static electricity tolerances of highly sensitive electronic areas,…