Sun Control
Phifer Suntex 80 - Blocks up to 80% of the sun's heat.
Phifer Suntex 90 - Blocks up to 90% of the sun's heat.
Phifer Suntex 90 Design
Phifer Suntex 95
Phifer Super Solar Screen
Phifer SunScreen
Phifer Solar Insect Screen 20x30
Pet Screening
Phifer Pet Screen
Phifer Tuff Screen
Phifer Tuff Screen No-See-Um Screen
High Visibility
Phifer UltraVue - High Visibility Screen
Phifer BetterVue - Improved Visibility Insect Screen
Phifer SeeVue - Stainless Steel Insect Screen
Aluminum Screen
Phifer Black Aluminum
Phifer Brite Aluminum
Phifer Charcoal Aluminum
Screen Materials
Screen Frame Bender
Window, Solar and Patio Screen Frame
Window, Solar and Patio Screen Spline
Screen Accessories
Screen Tight
Screen Tight Porch Screening Sytem
Mini Track Porch Screening Sytem
Fast Track™ is the100% Hidden Fasteners, unlimited screening configurations, versatile aluminum Framing System
Pool & Patio
18x14 Pool and Patio Fiberglass Insect Screen
20x20 No-See-Um Fiberglass Insect Screen
Standard Fiberglass
Phifer Standard Mesh Insect Screen for Windows and Doors
Specialty
Phifer Brite Bronze - Copper/Zinc Insect Screen
Phifer Galvanized Insect Screen
Phifer Vent Mesh - Fiberglass and Aluminum 9x9 Mesh
Phifer Glas-Shield - aka Florida Glass
Glassine - For all Weather rooms
Phifer Sheerweave
Clearance Items
Retractable Screens
Roll-Away Retractable Screen Door
Roll-Away Retractable Window Screens
Shades
Exterior Solar Shades
Screen Door Kits
Sliding Screen Door Kits
Phifer Instant Screen Door
Bulk 600' Rolls
Phifer 600' Bulk ROM's

Green Guard

 

 

GreenGuard

Indoor Air Quality Certified

What is GreenGuard?

GREENGUARD Product Emission Standard For Children & Schools

GREENGUARD Children & Schools Product Certification Program complies with the State of California’s Department of Health Services Standard Practice (CA Section 01350) for testing chemical emissions from building products used in schools, offices and other sensitive environments.  As such, GREENGUARD Children & Schools Certified products can be used as a strategy to earn valuable credits in the CHPS Best Practices Manual for K-12 schools (CHPS/GEI Agreement), U.S. Green Building Council's LEEDâ Green Building Rating System, Green Guide for Healthcareä, NAHB Green Building Guidelines, Green Globes, Regreen and numerous other local authorities green building codes.  

Children are more heavily exposed to environmental toxins than adults, as a result their exposure levels are the basis for sensitive environments. They consume more food, water, and have higher inhalation rates per pound of body weight than adults.  To account for inhalation exposure to young children with greater sensitivities, a body burden correction factor of 0.43 has been applied to current allowable emission levels from indoor materials and furnishings.

In addition, the exposure to individual volatile chemicals, as detected in the C6 - C16 mass spectrometric analysis screen, has been adjusted to allow no greater than 1/100 currently published Threshold Limit Values (TLVs) and no greater than ½ California's Chronic Reference Exposure Levels (CRELs). In many cases, the 1/100 safety factor reduction of TLVs results in the most stringent requirements for an extensive range of VOCs. The total VOC or TVOC measurement will take into account the complex mixture of all VOCs found to be out gassing from the product, including those with and without TLVs or CRELs.

In addition, limits on emissions of total phthalates (consisting of dibutyl (DBP), diethylhexyl (DEHP), diethyl (DEP), dimethyl (DMP), butylbenzyl (BBP), and dioctyl (DOP) phthalates) have been added to the list of requirements. Recent research indicates that inhalation is an important route of exposure to phthalates, and that these chemicals have been associated with endocrine disorders, reproductive and developmental toxicity, asthma and allergies.

Emission controls are established to define low-emitting materials for educational and learning/play environments for young children

 

GREENGUARD Certification Standards for Low-Emitting Products


GREENGUARD Environmental Institute (GEI) has established performance based standards to define goods with low chemical and particle emissions for use indoors, primarily building materials, interior furnishings, furniture, cleaning and maintenance products, electronic equipment, and personal care products. The standard establishes certification procedures including test methods, allowable emissions levels, product sample collection and handling, testing type and frequency, and program application processes and acceptance. 

 

GREENGUARD Allowable Emission Levels
All products are tested in dynamic environmental chambers following the GREENGUARD test method, “Method for Measuring Various Chemical Emissions using Dynamic Environmental Chambers,” as posted on this web site. The method follows the guidance of ASTM standards D-5116-06 and D-6670-01, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's testing protocol for furniture, the State of Washington's protocol for interior furnishings and construction materials, and California’s DHS standard practice for the Special Environmental Requirements, Specification Section 01350.  Products are measured for emission levels, which must meet the following indoor air concentrations within seven (7) days of unpackaging.

Air concentrations are based on the product being in a room 32 m3 in volume with outdoor air ventilation based on ASHRAE 62.1-2007 or the USEPA’s recommended exposure factors.  Maximum allowable emission levels are those required by the State of Washington's indoor air quality program for new construction, the US Environmental Protection Agency's procurements specifications, the recommendations from the World Health Organization, Germany's Blue Angel Program for electronic equipment, LEED for New Construction, and LEED for Commercial Interiors.  Office furniture products meeting these allowable emission levels also meet the requirements of LEED credit 4.5 and the BIFMA X7.1 Conformance standard.  When multiple emission values are recommended, the lesser, or more stringent, is used as the acceptable emission value for GREENGUARD Certification.

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