Woca Wood Care Low VOC Sustainable Products
Our products are formulated and manufactured in Denmark using premium ingredients to protect and preserve wood.
The WOCA Woodcare System is a sustainable plan and line of products for finishing and caring for wood for life. It starts with plant based oils and water based cleaners. When wood is treated with a WOCA Oil, it can be treated, essentially forever, with the sustainable, dustless approach of cleaning and re-oiling. Sanding or stripping finish is a thing of the past when it comes to maintaining a WOCA Oiled wood surface.
WOCA products qualify for the following LEED credits:
|Environmental Feature||LEED Credit||LEED Points|
|Rapidly Renewable Materials||Materials and Resources (MR) Credit 6||1|
|Low-Emitting Adhesives and Sealants||Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ) Credit.4.2||1|
|All WOCA Products are VOC Free or Low VOC.|
WOCA products that contain VOCs comply with South Coast Air Quality Management District standards.
The migration of metals (As, Hg, Se, Cr, Sb, Cd, Pb, Ba) of the sample was tested according EN 71 Part 3 1995.
|WOCA Denmark’s products are tested in neutral laboratories, e.g. by the Institue of Biological Building Materials in Rosenheim and are approved and certified. The impact on the health of people and environment of the methods of production and the products that are used for building, furnishing and living is examined.|
|Danish Interior Climate Label is a voluntary labeling system for products and materials which can document the effect of off gassing of a product does not affect the indoor air quality in a negative way.|
REACH is a regulation of the European Union, adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals. WOCA Diamond Oil Active and Master Color Oil comply with REACH regulation No.1907/2006 EC based on the current version, and do not contain more than 0.1% or more of the SVHC substances from the current version of the ECHA candidate list.
|DIBt is a German institute that tests and issues technical approvals for building materials.The aim is to improve the working climate for floor installers and ensuring a safe indoor air quality for the final consumer.|