Shutting off the source of power or fuel for any machinery or equipment in the space that could contribute to sustaining a fire or create any other unsafe condition in the case of fire. A workboat that is not more than 6 m in length and that has an enclosed engine space shall have provision for discharging a portable fire extinguisher directly into the engine space without the need to open the primary access to that space. If the passenger-carrying vessel is fitted with a fixed fire extinguishing system in accordance with section 741, a provision for direct discharge is not required.
Instead of relying on paragraph of this section, you may submit an application for certification and obtain a certificate from us. The provisions of this part apply in the same manner for certificates issued under this paragraph as for any other certificate issued under this part. We may specify streamlined procedures for small-volume equipment manufacturers. Other components we determine to be critical to the proper functioning of evaporative emission controls. This includes primer bulbs unless they are excluded from the definition of “fuel line” under the standard-setting part. It may be under a hinged door or other readily opened cover.
8.3.9 With the exception of engine mounted equipment, all DC appliances and fixed electrical equipment shall be designed so that all current carrying parts are insulated from exposed electrically conductive parts. 8.3.8 why is pure competition considered an unsustainable system? All permanently installed electrical equipment and appliances shall be securely mounted to the ship’s structure. A statement that the tank was constructed in accordance with the requirements of the relevant standard.
Nonhandheld Small SI engines and equipment that are not used in wintertime equipment must meet running loss requirements described in this section. Handheld Small SI engines and equipment are not subject to running loss emission standards. Engine manufacturers must meet all the requirements of 40 CFR part 1051 that apply to vehicle manufacturers for all fuel-system components they install on their engines. For example, engine manufacturers that install fuel-line segments on the engines they ship to vehicle manufacturers must comply with the requirements specified for equipment manufacturers with respect to those components. On the other hand, hydrogen fuel distribution systems will be used for supplying loads such as hydrogen fueled cars, and other thermal loads.
Notify us of your intent to use the exemption in this paragraph in your application for certification, if applicable. Your exemption is effective when we grant your certificate. You may alternatively request an exemption in a separate submission; for example, this would be necessary if you will not be the certificate holder for the products in question. We may require you to take specific steps to ensure that such products are in a certified configuration before reaching the ultimate purchaser.