E1 and E0 are the European formaldehyde emission standards.
E1 emission standards are well–known in the flooring industry, and have been used for years.
Let me put these European standards into perspective with the other two adhesive formaldehyde emission standards that are discussed in this blog series.
Both the California Air Resource Board Phase 2 CARB Formaldehyde Emission Standards and the Japanese Emission Standards JIS/JAS F**** are more stringent and would therefore be preferred over those that only meet E1 or E0 standards.
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Wood flooring adhesives that meet E1 formaldehyde standards have less than 0.75 formaldehyde parts per million (ppm).
E0 is an updated version of E1 with much more stringent standards requiring formaldehyde emissions to be equal to or less than 0.07ppm.
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She tried to break away from his hands, but he then tossed her to the floor and forced her to sex.