40 CFR Appendix Table 1 to Subpart HHHH of Part 63, Minimum Requirements for Monitoring and Recordkeeping

Table 1 to Subpart HHHH of Part 63 - Minimum Requirements for Monitoring and Recordkeeping

As stated in § 63.2998(c), you must comply with the minimum requirements for monitoring and recordkeeping in the following table:

You must monitor these parameters: At this frequency: And record for the monitored perameter:
1. Thermal oxidizer temperature a Continuously 15-minute and 3-hour block averages.
2. Other process or control device parameters specified in your OMM b plan. As specified in your OMM plan As specified in your OMM plan.
3. Urea-formaldehyde resin solids application rate. On each operating day, calculate the average lb/hr application rate for each product manufactured during that day. The average lb/hr value for each product manufactured during the day.
4. Resin free-formaldehyde content For each lot of resin purchased The value for each lot used during the operating day.
5. Loss-on-ignition c Measured at least once per day, for each product manufactured during that day The value for each product manufactured during the operating day.
6. UF-to-latex ratio in the binder c For each batch of binder prepared the operating day. The value for each batch of binder prepared during the operating day.
7. Weight of the final mat product per square (lb/roofing square) c Each product manufactured during the operating day. The value for each product manufactured during the operating day.
8. Average nonwoven wet-formed fiberglass mat production rate (roofing squares per the hour) c For each product manufactured during the operating day. The average value for each product manufactured during operating day.

a Required if a thermal oxidizer is used to control formaldehyde emissions.

b Required if process modifications or a control device other than a thermal oxidizer is used to control emissions.

c These parameters must be monitored and values recorded, but no operating limits apply.

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