40 CFR 60.536 - Permanent label, temporary label, and owner's manual.

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§ 60.536 Permanent label, temporary label, and owner's manual.
(a)
(1) Each affected facility manufactured on or after July 1, 1988, or offered for sale at retail on or after July 1, 1990, shall have a permanent label affixed to it that meets the requirements of this section.
(2) Except for wood heaters subject to § 60.530 (e), (f), or (g), the permanent label shall contain the following information:
(i) Month and year of manufacture,
(ii) Model name or number, and
(iii) Serial number.
(3) The permanent label shall:
(i) Be affixed in a readily visible or accessible location,
(ii) Be at least 8.9 cm long and 5.1 cm wide (31/2 inches long and 2 inches wide).
(iii) Be made of a material expected to last the lifetime of the wood heater,
(iv) Present required information in a manner so that it is likely to remain legible for the lifetime of the wood heater, and
(v) Be affixed in such a manner that it cannot be removed from the appliance without damage to the label.
(4) The permanent label may be combined with any other label, as long as the required information is displayed, and the integrity of the permanent label is not compromised.
(b) If the wood heater belongs to a model line certified under § 60.533, and has not been found to exceed the applicable emission limits or tolerances through quality assurance testing, one of the following statements, as appropriate, shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Certified to comply with July, 1988, particulate emission standards.
Not approved for sale after June 30, 1992.
or
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Certified to comply with July, 1990, particulate emission standards.
(c)
(1) If compliance is demonstrated under § 60.530(c), the following statement shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Certified under 40 CFR 60.530(c). Not approved for sale after June 30, 1992.
(2) If compliance is demonstrated under § 60.533(h), one of the following statements, as appropriate, shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Certified under 40 CFR 60.533(h) to comply with July, 1988 particulate emissions standards. Not approved for sale after June 30, 1992.
or
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Certified under 40 CFR 60.533(h), to comply with July, 1990 particulate emissions standards.
(d) Any label statement under paragraph (b) or (c) of this section constitutes a representation by the manufacturer as to any wood heater that bears it:
(1) That certification was in effect at the time the wood heater left the possession of the manufacturer,
(2) That the manufacturer was, at the time the label was affixed, conducting a quality assurance program in conformity with § 60.533(o),
(3) That as to any wood heater individually tested for emissions by the manufacturer under § 60.533(o)(3), that it met the applicable emissions limits, and
(4) That as to any wood heater individually inspected for tolerances under § 60.533(o)(2), that the wood heater is within applicable tolerances.
(e) If an affected facility is exempt from the emission limits in § 60.532 under the provisions of § 60.530(d), the following statement shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Not certified. Approved for sale until June 30, 1991.
(f)
(1) If an affected facility is manufactured in the U.S. for export, the following statement shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Export stove. May not be operated within the United States.
(2) If an affected facility is manufactured for use for research and development purposes as provided in § 60.530(f), the following statement shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Not certified. Research Stove. Not approved for sale.
(3) If an appliance is a coal-only heater as defined in § 60.530, the following statement shall appear on the permanent label:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
This heater is only for burning coal. Use of any other solid fuel except for coal ignition purposes is a violation of Federal law.
(g) Any affected facility that does not qualify for labeling under any of paragraphs (b) through (f) of this section shall bear one of the following labels:
(1) If the test conducted under § 60.533(n) indicates that the facility does not meet applicable emissions limits:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Not certified. Does not meet EPA particulate emission standards. IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO OPERATE THIS WOOD HEATER.
(2) If the test conducted under § 60.533(n) indicates that the facility does meet applicable emissions limits:
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Not certified. Meets EPA particulate emission standards.
(3) If the facility has not been tested as required by § 60.533(e):
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Not certified. Not tested. Not approved for sale. IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO OPERATE THIS WOOD HEATER.
(h) For affected facilities equipped with catalytic combustors, the following statement shall appear on the permanent label:
This wood heater contains a catalytic combustor, which needs periodic inspection and replacement for proper operation. Consult owner's manual for further information. It is against the law to operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in the owner's manual, or if the catalytic element is deactivated or removed.
(i) An affected facility permanently labeled under paragraph (b) or (c) of this section shall have attached to it a temporary label that shall contain only the following:
(1) A statement indicating the compliance status of the model. The statement shall be one of the statements provided in appendix I, section 2.2.1. Instructions on the statement to select are provided in appendix I.
(2) A graphic presentation of the composite particulate matter emission rate as determined in the certification test, or as determined by the Administrator if the wood heater is certified under § 60.530(c). The method for presenting this information is provided in appendix I, section 2.2.2.
(3) A graphic presentation of the overall thermal efficiency of the model. The method for presenting this information is provided in appendix I, section 2.2.3. At the discretion of the manufacturer, either the actual measured efficiency of the model or its estimated efficiency may be used for purposes of this paragraph. The actual efficiency is the efficiency measured in tests conducted pursuant to § 60.534(d). The estimated efficiency shall be 72 percent if the model is catalyst-equipped and 63 percent if the model is not catalyst equipped, and 78 percent if the model is designed to burn wood pellets for fuel. Wood heaters certified under § 60.530(c) shall use these estimated efficiencies.
(4) A numerical expression of the heat output range of the unit, in British thermal units per hour (Btu/hr) rounded to the nearest 100 Btu/hr.
(i) If the manufacturer elects to report the overall efficiency of the model based on test results pursuant to paragraph (i)(3) of this section, he shall report the heat output range measured during the efficiency test. If an accessory device is used in the certification test to achieve any low burn rate criterion specified in this subpart, and if this accessory device is not sold as a part of the wood heater, the heat output range shall be determined using the formula in paragraph (i)(4)(ii) of this section based upon the lowest sustainable burn rate achieved without the accessory device.
(ii) If the manufacturer elects to use the estimated efficiency as provided in paragraph (i)(3) of this section, he shall estimate the heat output of the model as follows:
HOE = Hv × (Estimated overall efficiency/100) × BR
Where:
HOE = Estimated heat output in Btu/hr
Hv = Heating value of fuel, 19,140 Btu/kg (8,700 Btu/lb)
BR = Burn rate of dry test fuel per hour, kg (lb)
(5) Statements regarding the importance of operation and maintenance. (Instructions regarding which statements must be used are provided in appendix I, section 2.), and
(6) The manufacturer and the identification of the model.
(j)
(1) An affected facility permanently labeled under paragraph (e), (f)(3), or (g) of this section have attached to it a temporary label that shall contain only the information provided for in appendix I, section 2.3, 2.4, or 2.5, as applicable.
(2) The temporary label of an affected facility permently labeled under paragraph (b), (c), (e), (f)(3), or (g) of this section shall:
(i) Be affixed to a location on the wood heater that is readily seen and accessible when the wood heater is offered for sale to consumers by any commercial owner;
(ii) Not be combined with any other label or information;
(iii) Be attached to the wood heater in such a way that it can be easily removed by the consumer upon purchase, except that the label on wood heaters displayed by a commercial owner may have an adhesive backing or other means to preserve the label to prevent its removal or destruction;
(iv) Be printed on 90 pound bond paper in black ink with a white background except that those for models that are not otherwise exempted which do not meet the applicable emission limits, or have not been tested pursuant to this subpart, shall be on a red background as described in appendix I, section 2.5;
(v) Have dimensions of 12.7 centimeters by 17.8 centimeters (5 inches by 7 inches) as described in appendix I, section 2.1;
(vi) Have wording, presentation of the graphic data, and typography as presented in appendix I.
(k)
(1) Each affected facility offered for sale by a commercial owner must be accompanied by an owner's manual that shall contain the information listed in paragraph (k)(2) of this section (pertaining to installation), and paragraph (k)(3) of this section (pertaining to operation and maintenance) of this section. Such information shall be adequate to enable consumers to achieve optimal emissions performance. Such information shall be consistent with the operating instructions provided by the manufacturer to the laboratory for operating the wood heater during certification testing, except for details of the certification test that would not be relevant to the ultimate purchaser.
(2) Installation information: Requirements for achieving proper draft.
(3) Operation and maintenance information:
(i) Wood loading procedures, recommendations on wood selection, and warnings on what fuels not to use, such as treated wood, colored paper, cardboard, solvents, trash and garbage,
(ii) Fire starting procedures,
(iii) Proper use of air controls,
(iv) Ash removal procedures,
(v) Instructions on gasket replacement,
(vi) For catalytic models, information on the following pertaining to the catalytic combustor: Procedures for achieving and maintaining catalyst activity, maintenance procedures, procedures for determining deterioration or failure, procedures for replacement, and information on how to exercise warranty rights, and
(vii) For catalytic models, the following statement—
This wood heater contains a catalytic combustor, which needs periodic inspection and replacement for proper operation. It is against the law to operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual, or if the catalytic element is deactivated or removed.
(4) Any manufacturer using EPA model language contained in appendix I to satisfy any requirement of this paragraph shall be in compliance with that requirement, provided that the particular model language is printed in full, with only such changes as are necessary to ensure accuracy for the particular model line.
(l) Wood heaters that are affected by this subpart, but that have been owned and operated by a noncommercial owner, are not subject to paragraphs (j) and (k) of this section when offered for resale.
[53 FR 5873, Feb. 26, 1988, as amended at 53 FR 12009, Apr. 12, 1988; 64 FR 7466, Feb. 12, 1999; 65 FR 61764, Oct. 17, 2000]

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  • 2014-05-16; vol. 79 # 95 - Friday, May 16, 2014
    1. 79 FR 28439 - Quality Assurance Requirements for Continuous Opacity Monitoring Systems at Stationary Sources
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      Final rule.
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  • 2014-07-17; vol. 79 # 137 - Thursday, July 17, 2014
    1. 79 FR 41752 - Oil and Natural Gas Sector: Reconsideration of Additional Provisions of New Source Performance Standards
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