40 CFR Appendix A to Subpart T of Part 63, Test of Solvent Cleaning Procedures

Appendix A to Subpart T of Part 63 - Test of Solvent Cleaning Procedures
General Questions
___ 1. What is the maximum allowable speed for parts entry and removal?

A. 8.5 meters per minute (28 feet per minute).

B. 3.4 meters per minute (11 feet per minute).

C. 11 meters per minute (36 feet per minute).

D. No limit.

___ 2. How do you ensure that parts enter and exit the solvent cleaning machine at the speed required in the regulation?

A. Program on computerized hoist monitors speed.

B. Can judge the speed by looking at it.

C. Measure the time it takes the parts to travel a measured distance.

___ 3. Identify the sources of air disturbances.

A. Fans

B. Open doors

C. Open windows

D. Ventilation vents

E. All of the above

___ 4. What are the three operating modes?

A. Idling, working and downtime

B. Precleaning, cleaning, and drying

C. Startup, shutdown, off

D. None of the above

___ 5. When can parts or parts baskets be removed from the solvent cleaning machine?

A. When they are clean

B. At any time

C. When dripping stops

D. Either A or C is correct

___ 6. How must parts be oriented during cleaning?

A. It does not matter as long as they fit in the parts basket.

B. So that the solvent pools in the cavities where the dirt is concentrated.

C. So that solvent drains from them freely.

___ 7. During startup, what must be turned on first, the primary condenser or the sump heater?

A. Primary condenser

B. Sump heater

C. Turn both on at same time

D. Either A or B is correct

___ 8. During shutdown, what must be turned off first, the primary condenser or the sump heater?

A. Primary condenser

B. Sump heater

C. Turn both off at same time

D. Either A or B is correct

___ 9. In what manner must solvent be added to and removed from the solvent cleaning machine?

A. With leak proof couplings

B. With the end of the pipe in the solvent sump below the liquid solvent surface.

C. So long as the solvent does not spill, the method does not matter.

D. A and B

___ 10. What must be done with waste solvent and still and sump bottoms?

A. Pour down the drain

B. Store in closed container

C. Store in a bucket

D. A or B

___ 11. What types of materials are prohibited from being cleaned in solvent cleaning machines using halogenated HAP solvents?

A. Sponges

B. Fabrics

C. Paper

D. All of the above

Control Device Specific Questions
[ ] Freeboard Refrigeration Device
___ 1. What temperature must the FRD achieve?

A. Below room temperature

B. 50 °F

C. Below the solvent boiling point

D. 30 percent below the solvent boiling point

[ ] Working-Mode Cover
___ 2. When can a cover be open?

A. While parts are in the cleaning machine

B. During parts entry and removal

C. During maintenance

D. During measurements for compliance purposes

E. A and C

F. B, C, and D

___ 3. Covers must be maintained in what condition?

A. Free of holes

B. Free of cracks

C. So that they completely seal cleaner opening

D. All of the above

[ ] Dwell
___ 4. Where must the parts be held for the appropriate dwell time?

A. In the vapor zone

B. In the freeboard area above the vapor zone

C. Above the cleaning machine

D. In the immersion sump

Answers
General Questions
1. B
2. A or C
3. E
4. A
5. C
6. C
7. A
8. B
9. D
10. B
11. D
Control Device Specific Questions
1. D
2. F
3. D
4. B
[ 59 FR 61818, Dec. 2, 1994; 60 FR 29485, June 5, 1995]

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