(45 pound) 1 ....... ......... ......... ......... ......... 2 ......... weight and walks at 4.8 km. top (b) Where the applicant specifies a facepiece size or sizes for the gas mask, together with the approximate measurements of faces they are designed to fit, the Institute will insure that test subjects suit such facial measurements. (c) Chemical-cartridge respirators; G–7.1 is incorporated by reference and has been approved by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. (6) The concentration of pigment in the test aerosol, weighed as ash, will be 95–125 milligrams per cubic meter. Copies may be obtained from American National Standards Institute, Inc., 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018. (a) Full-scale reproductions of approval labels and markings, and a sketch or description of the method of application and position on the harness, container, canister, cartridge, filter, or other component, together with instructions for the use and maintenance of the respirator shall be submitted to MSHA and the Institute for approval. (8-inch) crank, as defined in §84.146. § 84.1137   Inhalation and exhalation valves; minimum requirements. (c) The 10-minute work test will be repeated with the blower in operation at any practical speed up to 50 revolutions of the crank per minute. (a) Each quality control plan shall contain provisions for the management of quality, including: (1) Requirements for the production of quality data and the use of quality control records; (2) Control of engineering drawings, documentations, and changes; (3) Control and calibration of measuring and test equipment; (4) Control of purchased material to include incoming inspection; (5) Lot identification, control of processes, manufacturing, fabrication, and assembly work conducted in the applicant's plant; (6) Audit of final inspection of the completed product; and. (a) Half-mask facepieces and full facepieces shall be designed and constructed to fit persons with various facial shapes and sizes, either: (1) By providing more than one facepiece size; or. top (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); § 84.206   Particulate tests; respirators with filters; minimum requirements; general. (a) Where oxygen is supplied by a constant-flow device only, the rate of flow shall be at least 3 liters per minute for the entire rated service time of the apparatus. (3) The equilibrated cartridges will be resealed, kept in an upright position, at room temperature, and tested according to paragraphs (b)(4) and (b)(5) of this section for other than single-use respirators or according to paragraphs (b)(6) and (b)(7) of this section for single-use respirators within 18 hours. § 84.150   Air-supply line tests; minimum requirements. (iii) Liquid-oxygen. The freedom and comfort allowed the wearer will also be considered. (c) Type “B” supplied-air respirators. (1) Bench tests will be made in accordance with §84.207 and tested cartridges shall meet the minimum requirements set forth in Table 11 of subpart L of this part. (c) Hoods and helmets shall be designed and constructed to fit persons with various head sizes, provide for the optional use of corrective spectacles or lenses, and insure against any restriction of movement by the wearer. (f) Bench tests; gas and vapor tests. § 84.207   Bench tests; gas and vapor tests; minimum requirements; general. § 84.135   Half-mask facepieces, full facepieces, hoods, and helmets; fit; minimum requirements. (1) Restriction of free head movement; (2) When testing R-series and P-series filters, a neat cold-nebulized dioctyl phthalate (DOP) or equivalent aerosol at 25 ±5 °C that has been neutralized to the Boltzmann equilibrium state shall be used. § 84.12   Delivery of respirators and components by applicant; requirements. (c) Respirators and component parts submitted for approval must be made from materials specified in the application. § 84.100   Man tests 1, 2, 3, and 4; requirements. (ii) Canisters and cartridges will be tested as they are used on each pesticide respirator, either singly or in pairs. § 84.179   Non-powered air-purifying particulate respirators; filter identification. § 84.1143   Dust, fume, and mist air-purifying filter tests; performance requirements; general. (2) Where the applicant specifies a facepiece size or sizes for his respirator together with the approximate measurements of faces they are designed to fit, the Institute will provide test subjects to suit such facial measurements. The approval number assigned by the Institute shall be designated by the prefix TC and a serial number. (Example: If a manufacturer requests approval of a respirator for six hours use against exposure to vinyl chloride, the maximum allowable penetration after nine hours of testing shall not exceed 1 ppm vinyl chloride.) § 84.123   Exhalation valve leakage test. (35 pounds); however, where the weight decreases by more than 25 percent of its initial charge weight during its rated service life, the maximum allowable weight of a completely assembled and fully charged apparatus shall be 18 kg. (e) Dioctyl-phthalate test. (a) Half-mask facepieces and full facepieces shall be designed and constructed to fit persons with various facial shapes and sizes either: (2) Designed and constructed to provide for the drawing of air through corrosion resistant material arranged so as to be capable of removing material larger than 0.149 mm. No Type B supplied-air respirator shall be approved for use with a blower or with connection to an air supply device at positive pressures. E NHANCED F ILTRATION AND D ISINFECTION - S YSTEMS S ERVING 10,000 OR M ORE P EOPLE – 40 CFR P ART 141, The Institute reserves the right to revoke, for cause, any certificate of approval issued pursuant to the provisions of this part. (b) Disturbance of the fit of facepieces and mouthpieces; top (1) Five minutes. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. § 84.126   Canister bench tests; minimum requirements. (b) Filters shall be incorporated in or firmly attached to the canister or cartridge and each filter assembly shall, where applicable, be designed to permit its easy removal from and replacement in the canister or cartridge. § 84.154   Airflow resistance test; Type B and Type BE supplied-air respirators; minimum requirements. § 84.78   Head harnesses; minimum requirements. § 84.115   Breathing tubes; minimum requirements. (b) Where two cartridges are used in parallel on a chemical cartridge respirator, the bench test will be performed with the cartridges arranged in parallel, and the test requirements will apply to the combination rather than to the individual cartridges. § 84.1130   Respirators; description. (c) Gas masks for respiratory protection against gases and vapors other than those specified in paragraph (b) of this section, may be approved upon submittal of an application in writing for approval to the Certification and Quality Assurance Branch listing the gas or vapor and suggested maximum use concentration for the specific type of gas mask. § 84.41   Quality control plans; contents. (b) In addition to the test requirements set forth in paragraph (a) of this section, three such respirators will be tested, as appropriate, in accordance with the provisions of §§84.179 through 84.183; however, the maximum allowable resistance of complete particulate, and gas, vapor, or gas and vapor chemical cartridge respirators shall not exceed the maximum allowable limits set forth in §84.203. § 84.126   Canister bench tests; minimum requirements. (3) Assembled to permit easy access to parts which require periodic cleaning and disinfecting. L. 90-248 (42 U.S.C. (2) The breathing tubes employed shall permit free head movement, insure against closing off by kinking or by chin or arm pressure, and they shall not create a pull that will loosen the facepiece or disturb the wearer. top top (i) Two minutes, nodding and turning head; 84.2 Definitions. (b) Leakage between the valve and valve seat shall not exceed 30 milliliters per minute. § 84.75   Half-mask facepieces, full facepieces, mouthpieces; fit; minimum requirements. (b) Six persons will each wear the apparatus in the test concentrations specified in paragraph (a) of this section for 2 minutes and none shall detect the odor or taste of the test vapor. § 84.1151   DOP filter test; respirators designed as respiratory protection against dusts, fumes, and mists having an air contamination level less than 0.05 milligram per cubic meter and against radionuclides; minimum requirements. Editorial Note:  Nomenclature changes to part 84 appear at 69 FR 18803, Apr. The drawings and specifications listed in each certificate of approval shall set forth in detail the design and construction requirements which shall be met by the applicant during commercial production of the respirator. (a) Inhalation resistance shall not exceed 50 millimeters (2 inches) of water at an air flow of 115 liters (4 cubic feet) per minute. (b) The apparatus will be precooled at the specified minimum temperature for 4 hours. (3) The test aerosol will contain 50–60 milligrams of 99+ percent free silica per cubic meter of air. (2) Three canisters will be removed from containers and tested as received from the applicant. 7.6 m. (25 feet). top (l) Final inspection means that activity carried out on a product after all manufacturing and assembly operations are completed to insure completeness and adherence to performance or other specifications, including satisfactory appearance. (4) The atomizer employed will be a No. Browse Previous |  (f) The total amount of unretained test suspension in samples taken during testing shall not exceed 1.5 milligrams for a non-powered air-purifying respirator. The dimensions of a suitable breathing machine cam are available from the Institute upon request. Three completely assembled pesticide respirators will be tested with a mechanical-testing apparatus as follows: (1) Temperature in the test chamber will be approximately 25° C. (2) Continuous airflow through the respirator will be 32 liters per minute for front-mounted, back-mounted, and chin-style gas mask pesticide respirators and chemical cartridge pesticide respirators, and not less than 115 (4 cubic feet) liters per minute to tight-fitting facepieces and 170 liters (6 cubic feet) per minute to loose-fitting hoods and helmets of powered air-purifying respirators. (75 °F. Copies may be inspected at the NIOSH, Certification and Quality Assurance Branch, 1095 Willowdale Road, Morgantown, WV 26505–2888, or at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Devices 30 CFR part 11 but in 1995, the respirator standard was moved to 42 CFR Part 84. (b) If the Institute determines that the proposed quality control plan submitted by the applicant will not ensure adequate quality control, the Institute shall require the applicant to modify the procedures and testing requirements of the plan prior to approval of the plan and issuance of any certificate of approval. top top (b) Harnesses shall be designed and constructed to permit easy removal and replacement of respirator parts and, where applicable, provide for holding a full facepiece in the ready position when not in use. (e) Where a respirator fails to meet the requirements for approval set forth in this part, all respirators and components delivered in accordance with this section may be returned to the applicant at his own expense, upon written request within 30 days after notice of disapproval. G–7.1 is incorporated by reference and has been approved by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. (c) Pesticide respirators, including all completely assembled respirators which are designed for use as respiratory protection during entry into and escape from atmospheres which contain pesticide hazards, are described according to their construction as follows: (1) Front-mounted or back-mounted gas masks; (4) Air-purifying respirator with attached blower; and. (d) To specify minimum requirements and to prescribe methods to be employed by the Institute and by the applicant in conducting inspections, examinations, and tests to determine the effectiveness of respirators used during entry into or escape from hazardous atmospheres. (b) Harnesses shall be designed and constructed to permit easy removal and replacement of gas mask parts, and where applicable, provide for holding a full facepiece in the ready position when not in use. (8) Air-purifying dust respirators designed as respiratory protection against pneumoconiosis- and fibrosis-producing dusts, or dusts and mists, including but not limited to aluminum, asbestos, coal, flour, iron ore, and free silica. (b) Applications shall be submitted as for an original certificate of approval, with a request for a modification of the existing certificate to cover any proposed change. (2 inches) water-column height. MIL-STD-414 is incorporated by reference and has been approved by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. § 84.123   Exhalation valve leakage test. top (2) The facepiece or mouthpiece may be adjusted, if necessary, in the test chamber before starting the tests. § 84.1133   Harnesses; installation and construction; minimum requirements. (Example: If a manufacturer requests approval of a respirator for six hours use against exposure to vinyl chloride, the maximum allowable penetration after nine hours of testing shall not exceed 1 ppm vinyl chloride.). (b) Filters including holders and gaskets; when separable, shall be tested for filter efficiency level, as mounted on a test fixture in the manner as used on the respirator. top (c) Silica dust test. top § 84.101   Man test 5; requirements. § 84.195   Breathing tubes; minimum requirements. (6) Audit of final inspection of the completed product; and Subparts O–JJ [Reserved] top (f) The total amount of unretained test suspension in samples taken during testing shall not exceed 1.5 milligrams for a non-powered air-purifying respirator. (a) Facepieces, hoods, and helmets shall be designed and constructed to provide adequate vision which is not distorted by the eyepieces. (e) Each application for approval shall contain a statement that the respirator and component parts submitted for approval are either prototypes, or made on regular production tooling, with no operation included which will not be incorporated in regular production processing. (a) Respirators tested under this section shall be approved only when used to supply respirable air at the pressures and quantities required. § 84.255   Requirements for end-of-service-life indicator. when tested by subjecting them to an internal air pressure of 2 times the maximum respirator-supply pressure that is specified by the applicant or at 173 kN/m. § 84.113   Canisters and cartridges; color and markings; requirements. § 84.197   Respirator containers; minimum requirements. § 84.36   Delivery of changed or modified approved respirator. § 84.111   Gas masks; required components. 64–5 nozzle with setup 3, or equivalent, operating at 69 kN/m.2 (10 pounds per square inch gage). A hose mask respirator, for entry into and escape from atmospheres not immediately dangerous to life or health, which consists of a motor-driven or hand-operated blower that permits the free entrance of air when the blower is not operating, a strong large-diameter hose having a low resistance to airflow, a harness to which the hose and the life-line are attached and a tight-fitting facepiece. 141.2 Definitions. (3) Control and calibration of measuring and test equipment; (c)Termination of agreements with hospitals that fail to make required disclosures. § 84.125   Particulate tests; canisters containing particulate filters; minimum requirements. (b) Each provision for incoming and final inspection in the quality control plan shall include a procedure for the selection of a sample of respirators and the components thereof for testing, in accordance with procedures set forth in Military Standard MIL-STD-414, 11 June 1957, including Change Notice No. (2) The maximum allowable resistance requirements for pesticide respirators are as follows: (b) Facepiece test. § 84.104   Gas tightness test; minimum requirements. § 84.1149   Airflow resistance tests; all dust, fume, and mist respirators; minimum requirements. (200 pounds) is applied for 5 minutes between 2 planes 7.6 cm. top (7) Air-purifying respirators, with replaceable filters, designed as protection against various combinations of particulate matter. However, if the application for approval, submitted in accordance with §84.11, states that the submitted respirator and component parts are only prototypes, the Institute will examine, inspect, and test such respirator and component parts in accordance with the provisions of this part. (a) To establish procedures and prescribe requirements which must be met in filing applications for approval by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of respirators or changes or modifications of approved respirators; Noise levels generated by the respirator will be measured inside the hood or helmet at maximum airflow obtainable and shall not exceed 80 dBA. Appendix A to Subpart O of Part 141—Regulated Contaminants ..... 154 R18-4-118. (b) The Institute may, as a condition of approval, require the assistance of the applicant or agents of the applicant during the assembly, disassembly, or preparation of any respirator or respirator component prior to testing or in the operation of such equipment during testing. § 84.156   Airflow resistance test; Type C supplied-air respirator, demand class; minimum requirements. (a) Gas pressure gages employed on compressed breathing gas containers shall be calibrated in pounds per square inch. (iii) 6.2 milligrams for any 4-hour test made at 170 liters (6 cubic feet) per minute. § 84.20   Examination, inspection, and testing of complete respirator assemblies; fees. Subpart KK—Dust, Fume, and Mist; Pesticide; Paint Spray; Powered Air-Purifying High Efficiency Respirators and Combination Gas Masks. top (b) This test will be conducted to evaluate operation of the apparatus in other than vertical positions.
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