(a) Each respirator and respirator component shall when tested by the applicant and by the Institute, and meet the applicable requirements set forth in subparts H through L of this part. (2) Belts, rings, and attachments for life lines must withstand a pull of 136 kg. (a) Facepieces shall be equipped with adjustable and replaceable head harnesses, designed and constructed to provide adequate tension during use and an even distribution of pressure over the entire area in contact with the face. (4) Air-purifying respirators, with replaceable filters, designed as respiratory protection against dusts, fumes, and mists having an air contamination level less than 0.05 milligram per cubic meter, including but not limited to lithium hydride and beryllium, and against radionuclides. (d) Final performance quality control tests on the complete canisters and cartridges shall be accomplished using the bench tests and procedures prescribed in §§84.252, 84.253, 84.254, and 84.255. (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. (a) The component parts of each respirator shall be: (1) Designed, constructed, and fitted to insure against creation of any hazard to the wearer; (2) Assembled to permit easy access for inspection and repair of functional parts; and. top (d) The test will be repeated with the wearer lying on each side and on his back. § 84.171   Non-powered air-purifying particulate respirators; required components. (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. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202–741–6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.php. (c) Mouthpieces shall be equipped, where applicable, with adjustable and replaceable harnesses, designed and constructed to hold the mouthpiece in place. (2) Protected against damage and external influence; and 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. (ii) Canisters and cartridges will be tested as they are used on each pesticide respirator, either singly or in pairs. (1) Four cartridges will be equilibrated at 25 ± °C by passing 85 ±5 percent relative humidity air through them at 115 liters per minute for tight-fitting facepieces and 170 liters per minute for loose-fitting hoods and helmets, for six hours. (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. (a) Half-mask facepieces and full facepieces shall be designed and constructed to fit persons with various facial shapes and sizes either: § 84.181   Non-powered air-purifying particulate filter efficiency level determination. (a) Respirators described in subparts H through L of this part shall be classified, where applicable, as approved for use during the following prescribed service times: (b) Other service times may be prescribed by the Institute. (q) Immediately dangerous to life or health means conditions that pose an immediate threat to life or health or conditions that pose an immediate threat of severe exposure to contaminants, such as radioactive materials, which are likely to have adverse cumulative or delayed effects on health. (a) Man test 6 will be conducted with respect to liquefied breathing gas apparatus only. top (a) Gas pressure gages employed on compressed breathing gas containers shall be calibrated in pounds per square inch. § 84.134   Respirator containers; minimum requirements. top (3 inches) wide on opposite sides of the hose.Nonkinkability..................... None.................. None.................. A 7.6 m. (25 foot) section of the hose will be placed on a horizontal-plane surface and shaped into a one-loop coil with one end of the hose connected to an airflow meter and the other end of the hose supplied with air at the minimum specified supply pressure. (4) The particle size distribution of the test suspension will have a geometric mean diameter of 0.4 to 0.6 micrometer, with a standard geometric deviation less than 2. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); (c) Prior to filter efficiency testing of 20 N-series filters, the 20 to be tested shall be taken out of their packaging and placed in an environment of 85 ±5 percent relative humidity at 38 ±2.5 °C for 25 ±1 hours. §262.11 Hazardous waste determination. (2) The following work schedule will be performed by each wearer in the test chamber: (d) Shutoff of airflow due to kinking, or from chin or arm pressure. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Where percent Maximum permissible relative temperature of inspired Where service life of humidity of air shall not exceed_ apparatus is_ inspired air ------------------------- is_ °F. (2) The equilibrated cartridges will be resealed, kept in an upright position at room temperature and tested according to paragraph (b)(3) of this section within 18 hours. (2) A dioctyl phthalate or equivalent liquid particulate aerosol as per this section, if R-series or P-series certification is requested by the applicant. The applicant's instructions shall be followed for each cleaning. (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. (2) Canister with end-of-service-life indicator; § 84.161   Man test for gases and vapors; Type B and Type BE respirators; test requirements. These gas samples will be taken from the closed-circuit apparatus at a point downstream of the carbon dioxide sorbent, and they shall not contain more than 0.5 percent carbon dioxide at any time, except on apparatus for escape only, using a mouthpiece only, the sample shall not contain more than 1.5 percent carbon dioxide at any time. § 84.159   Man tests for gases and vapors; supplied-air respirators; general performance requirements. top top § 84.21   Examination, inspection, and testing of respirator components or subassemblies; fees. (d) Facepieces shall be designed to prevent eyepiece, spectacle, and lens fogging. Subpart E – Cost Principles; and Subpart F – Audit Requirements. Appendix A to Subpart O of Part 141—Regulated Contaminants ..... 154 R18-4-118. (a) Breathing bags will be tested in an air atmosphere saturated with gasoline vapor at room temperature (24–30 °C./75–85 °F.) § 84.132   Breathing tubes; minimum requirements. (a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section each respirator shall be equipped with a substantial, durable container bearing markings which show the applicant's name, the type of respirator it contains, and all appropriate approval labels. (d) Two air purifying cartridges or pairs of cartridges will be equilibrated at room temperature by passing 25 percent relative humidity air through them at the flow rate of 25 liters per minute (l.p.m.) (3) Cartridge with end-of-service-life indicator; The blower is then permitted to assume constant speed, and then as the first mark on the wire leaves the drum, a stopwatch is started. (b)(1) The canister or cartridge will be used in place of the filter unit, and persons will each wear a modified half-mask facepiece for 5 minutes in a test chamber containing 100 parts (by volume) of isoamyl-acetate vapor per million parts of air. 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. (a) A warning shall be placed on the label of each gas mask, chemical-cartridge respirator, and powered air-purifying respirator, and on the label of each canister and cartridge, alerting the wearer to the need for a fitting test in accordance with the manufacturer's facepiece fitting instructions, providing service life information, providing specific instructions for disposal, and advising that the wearer may communicate to NIOSH any difficulties that may be experienced in the design and performance of any gas mask, chemical-cartridge respirator, or powered air-purifying respirator approved under the requirements of this subpart. § 84.96   Service time test; closed-circuit apparatus. Title 42, part 84 of the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations. Subpart L—Chemical Cartridge Respirators (d) During the test period, alternate 1-minute periods of exercise and rest will be required with the exercise periods consisting of stepping onto and off a box 21.5 cm. (3) The hose shall be firmly attached to the harness so as to withstand a pull of 113 kg. § 84.206   Particulate tests; respirators with filters; minimum requirements; general. (5) The test aerosol will be prepared by atomizing a mixture of one volume of clear cellulose nitrate lacquer and one volume of lacquer thinner. (bb) Single-use respirator means a respirator that is entirely discarded after excessive resistance, sorbent exhaustion, or physical damage renders it unsuitable for further use. (7) The maximum allowable penetration after 144 minutes testing of respirators, according to paragraph (b)(6) of this section, shall not exceed 1 ppm vinyl chloride. to enter the canister continuously at concentrations and rates of flow specified in Tables 5, 6, and 7 of this subpart. (1) Requirements for the production of quality data and the use of quality control records; (a) The completely assembled respirator will be worn in a chamber containing 0.1 ±0.025 percent isoamyl acetate vapor, the intake of the hose will be connected to a suitable source of respirable air, and not more than 25 percent of the hose length will be located in isoamyl acetate-free air. A mark is made on the cord about 3 to 4.5 m. (10 to 15 feet) from the weight, c. Another mark is placed at a measured distance (6–9 m./20–30 feet is convenient) from the first. 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). ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Maximum use concentration, Type of chemical cartridge respirator \1\ parts per million------------------------------------------------------------------------Ammonia................................................. 300Chlorine................................................ 10Hydrogen chloride....................................... 50Methyl amine............................................ 100Organic vapor........................................... \2\ 1,000Sulfur dioxide.......................................... 50Vinyl chloride.......................................... 10------------------------------------------------------------------------\1\ Not for use against gases or vapors with poor warning properties (except where MSHA or Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards may permit such use for a specific gas or vapor) or those which generate high heats of reaction with sorbent material in the cartridge.\2\ Maximum use concentrations are lower for organic vapors which produce atmospheres immediately hazardous to life or health at concentrations equal to or lower than this concentration. § 84.178   Head harnesses; minimum requirements. for 6 hours: (v) Two canisters, cartridges, or pairs of cartridges will be equilibrated at room temperature by passing 85 percent relative humidity air through them at the flow rates stated in paragraph (f)(1)(iv) of this section for 6 hours. 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. No charge shall be made for such consultation and no written report shall be issued to applicants, manufacturers, or their representatives by the Institute as a result of such consultation. § 84.205   Facepiece test; minimum requirements. § 84.198   Half-mask facepieces, full facepieces, mouthpieces, hoods, and helmets; fit; minimum requirements. § 84.63   Test requirements; general. Leakage of air exceeding 50 occur when the hose cc. Copies of GGG-M-125d may be obtained from the NIOSH, Certification and Quality Assurance Branch, 1095 Willowdale Road, Morgantown, WV 26505–2888. Where two or more canisters or cartridges are used in parallel, their resistance to airflow shall be essentially equal. (b) The following respirators may be classified as designed and approved for use during emergency entry into a hazardous atmosphere: (1) A combination respirator which includes a self-contained breathing apparatus; and, (2) A Type “C” or Type “CE” supplied air respirator, where—, (i) The self-contained breathing apparatus is classified for 3-, 5-, or 10-minute service time and the air line supply is used during entry; or. Ny 10018 submitted to the harness so as to withstand a pull of 113 kg (. In relation to the immediate environment is positive during both Inhalation and exhalation valves ; minimum requirements designed constructed. 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