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Terms found entire site: 325 pdf(1), 325(1233), pdf(3833),
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04/30/2014Public Playground Safety (100%)
Summary: Manual de seguridad para parques infantiles públicos
Extract: 16 PUBLICATION #325 NOVEMBER 2010 Handbook for Public Playground Safety 3.6 Tripping Hazards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 3.7 Used Tires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 4 Maintaining a Playground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
08/28/2003CPSC Staff Comments on Fifth Edition of the Standard for Door, Drapery... (49%)
Summary: CPSC staff comments regarding proposed requirements for the 5th Edition of UL 325
Extract: Walker Secretary for STP 325 Project Engineer Standards Department Underwriters Laboratories Inc. 333 Pfingsten Road Northbrook, IL 60062 Dear Ms. Walker: The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) staff reviewed the proposed requirements for the Fifth Edition of the Standard for Door, Drapery, Gate, Louver, and Window Operators and Systems (UL 325) and has the following comments. 1. The CPSC staff believes that for inherent entrapment protection systems the standard should require four inches of reversal rather than the two inches currently specified on the ballot.
03/10/2003CPSC Meeting Log - Proposed Changes to the Entrapment Protection Provi... (48%)
Summary: Proposed Changes to the Entrapment Protection Provision of UL 325 to Account for Partially Open Garage Doors
08/23/2001http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/98778/dooraug01.pdf (45%)
Summary: Standards Technical Panel for Door, Drapery, Gate, Louver and Window Operators and Systems - UL 325
04/15/2003CPSC, Polaris Industries Inc. Announce Recall of Polaris Xpedition 325... (44%)
Summary: CPSC, Polaris Industries Inc. Announce Recall of Polaris Xpedition 325, Trail Boss 325, and Magnum 325 ATVs Recall number 03536 03-536 #03-536 #03536
08/09/2012http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/116652/120258.pdf (42%)
Summary: 120258.pdf
Extract: 1 micron Projections 30 Days 1 Year 5 Year Copper Films Cu2S 0 Å 0 Å 0 Å Cu2O 132 Å 177 Å 231 Å Unknowns 0 Å 0 Å 0 Å Totals 132 Å 177 Å 231 Å Silver Films AgCl 0 Å 0 Å 0 Å Ag2S 325 Å 3953 Å 19766 Å Unknowns 0 Å 0 Å 0 Å Totals 325 Å 3953 Å 19766 Å Gold Coupon -Magnified 20x F i l m T h i c k n e s s i n Å ISA Class GX: SEVERE 2000 Electronic/electrical equipment not expected to survive due to corrosive attack. (Cu >= 2000) ISA Class G3: HARSH 1500 High probability that corrosive attack will occur. Probable effect on equipment reliability in less than 5 years. (1000 <= Cu < 2000) 1000 ISA Class G2: MODERATE Effects of corrosion measurable and may be a factor in determining equipment reliability.

08/08/2012http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/115797/110538.pdf (41%)
Summary: 110538.pdf
Extract: 2010 Company: 110538 Room Area ID: Reference #: Sales Order #: C002682 CCC Panel #: P67426 Date In: 08-May-2010 Date Out: 20-May-2010 Days In Service: 12 CCC Panel # P67426 ISA Class G1 Mild Copper Corrosion 156 Å/30 Days Silver Corrosion 325 Å/30 Days (see next page for complete analysis) Summary for PURAFIL CCC # P67426 The electrolytic reduction analysis on Corrosion Classification Coupon #P67426 shows the presence of only very low concentrations of contaminants in the environment tested. The hydrogen sulfide level is not expected to exceed 3 ppb and the sulfur dioxide level should be less than 10 ppb. During the test period, corrosion, as shown by the copper coupon, is not a factor in determining equipment reliability.

08/08/2012111017 (41%)
Summary: 111017.pdf
Extract: Sales Order #: C002682 CCC Panel #: P67432 Date In: 20-May-2010 Date Out: 04-Jun-2010 Days In Service: 15 CCC Panel # P67432 ISA Class G1 Mild Copper Corrosion 277 Å/30 Days Silver Corrosion 325 Å/30 Days (see next page for complete analysis) Summary for PURAFIL CCC # P67432 The electrolytic reduction analysis on Corrosion Classification Coupon #P67432 shows the presence of only very low concentrations of contaminants in the environment tested. The hydrogen sulfide level is not expected to exceed 3 ppb and the sulfur dioxide level should be less than 10 ppb. The analysis shows only a trace of chlorine, however, particular care must be given to equipment exposed to atmospheres containing chlorinated contaminants.

08/15/2012Home J.csv (39%)
Summary: J_XRF Field.pdf
Extract: 00 #325 9.19679 Soil 9/21/2010 13:07:25 #326 9.23946 Soil 9/21/2010 13:07:51 #327 9.39633 Soil 9/21/2010 13:08:20 #328 9.45694 Soil 9/21/2010 13:08:57 #329 9.28682 Soil 9/21/2010 13:09:15 #330 9.1313 Soil 9/21/2010 13:09:44 #331 9.18922 Soil 9/21/2010 13:10:04 #332 9.07618 Soil 9/21/2010 13:10:19 #333 9.19553 Soil 9/21/2010 13:10:34 #334 9.07617 Soil 9/21/2010 13:11:02 #335 9.22286 Soil 9/21/2010 13:11:17 #336 9.04478 Soil 9/21/2010 13:11:32 #337 9.22418 Soil 9/21/2010 13:11:48 #338 9.1113 Soil 9/21/2010 13:12:19 #339 9.42804 Soil 9/21/2010 13:12:34 #340 9.15504 Soil Page 10 Home J Date Time Reading Number Livetime Mode Standard Pass/Fail Pass/Fail Best Match Best Match Number 2nd Match 9/21/2010 13:12:52 #341 9.

08/10/2012http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/116942/1012041B.pdf (39%)
Summary: 1012041B.pdf
Extract: 325 4.325 0.000 20478 0.25000 0.240 4 ACROLEIN 5.025 5.025 0.000 19230 0.25000 0.234 5 ACETONE 5.238 5.238 0.000 15266 0.25000 0.242 6 PROPANAL 5.472 5.472 0.000 14945 0.25000 0.236 7 CROTONAL 6.385 6.385 0.000 13680 0.25000 0.238 9 BUTYRALS/MEK 7.032 7.032 0.000 12782 0.25000 0.234 10 BENZALDEHYDE 8.005 8.005 0.000 8867 0.25000 0.231 11 ISO-PENTANAL 9.085 9.085 0.000 11141 0.25000 0.241 12 PENTANAL 9.745 9.745 0.000 10552 0.25000 0.235 14 O-TOLUALDEHYDE 10.865 10.865 0.000 9186 0.25000 0.250 15 M,P-TOLUALDEHYDE 11.165 11.165 0.000 15167 0.50000 0.490 16 HEXANAL 12.725 12.725 0.000 9658 0.25000 0.240 17 2,5-Dimethylbenzaldehyde 13.

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