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16 CFR Part 1507_2001

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  533 Consumer Product Safety Commission  § 1507.3 not exceed those specified for Type Csurfaces in § 1505.7. (Secs. 2(q)(1)(A), 2(r), 3(e), 10(a), 74 Stat. 372,378, 80 Stat. 1303  –  1304, 83 Stat. 187  –  189 (15U.S.C. 1261, 1262, 1269); sec. 30(a), 86 Stat. 1231(15 U.S.C. 2079(a)))[43 FR 26428, June 20, 1978] § 1505.51Hot surfaces. (a) Test probe. Section 1505.6(g)(2) de-fines accessibility, for certain para-graphs, as the ability to reach a heatedsurface with a 1  ⁄   4 -inch-diameter rod 3inches long. To test for accessibilityusing this test probe, it shall be in-serted no more than 3 inches into anyopening in the toy. Unless the probecontacts a surface within 3 inches of the plane of the toy ’ s opening, thatsurface is not accessible.(b) Accessibility of Type C and C-marked surfaces. Under § 1505.6(g)(2) (iii)and (iv), touching by casual contact orwithout employing the aid of a com-mon household tool shall be deter-mined by use of the accessibility testprobe described in §§ 1505.6(g)(2) and1505.51(a). [51 FR 34199, Sept. 26, 1986] PART 1507 — FIREWORKS DEVICES Sec.1507.1Scope.1507.2Prohibited chemicals.1507.3Fuses.1507.4Bases.1507.5Pyrotechnic leakage.1507.6Burnout and blowout.1507.7Handles and spikes.1507.8Wheel devices.1507.9Toy smoke devices and flitter de-vices.1507.10Rockets with sticks.1507.11Party poppers.1507.12Multiple-tube fireworks devices.A UTHORITY : 15 U.S.C. 1261  –  1262, 2079(d); 21U.S.C. 371(e).S OURCE : 41 FR 22935, June 8, 1976, unlessotherwise noted.C ROSS R EFERENCE : See also 1500.14(b)(7);1500.17(a) (3), (8) and (9); 1500.83(a)(27) and1500.85(a)(2). § 1507.1Scope. This part 1507 prescribes require-ments for those fireworks devices(other than firecrackers) not otherwisebanned under the act. Any fireworksdevice (other than firecrackers) whichfails to conform to applicable require-ments is a banned hazardous substanceand is prohibited from the channels of interstate commerce. Any fireworksdevice not otherwise banned under theact shall not be a banned hazardoussubstance by virtue of the fact thatthere are no applicable requirementsprescribed herein. § 1507.2Prohibited chemicals. Fireworks devices shall not containany of the following chemicals:(a) Arsenic sulfide, arsenates, orarsenites.(b) Boron.(c) Chlorates, except:(1) In colored smoke mixtures inwhich an equal or greater amount of sodium bicarbonate is included.(2) In caps and party poppers.(3) In those small items (such asground spinners) wherein the totalpowder content does not exceed 4grams of which not greater than 15 per-cent (or 600 milligrams) is potassium,sodium, or barium chlorate.(d) Gallates or gallic acid.(e) Magnesium (magnesium/alu-minum alloys, called magnalium, arepermitted).(f) Mercury salts.(g) Phosphorus (red or white). Exceptthat red phosphorus is permissible incaps and party poppers.(h) Picrates or picric acid.(i) Thiocyanates.(j) Titanium, except in particle sizegreater than 100-mesh.(k) Zirconium. § 1507.3Fuses. (a) Fireworks devices that require afuse shall:(1) Utilize only a fuse that has beentreated or coated in such manner as toreduce the possibility of side ignition.Devices such as ground spinners thatrequire a restricted orifice for properthrust and contain less than 6 grams of pyrotechnic composition are exemptedfrom § 1507.3(a)(1).(2) Utilize only a fuse which will burnat least 3 seconds but not more than 9seconds before ignition of the device.(b) The fuse shall be securely at-tached so that it will support eitherthe weight of the fireworks device plus VerDate 11<MAY>200012:11 Feb 07, 2001Jkt 194049PO 00000Frm 00533Fmt 8010Sfmt 8010Y:\SGML\194049T.XXXpfrm11PsN: 194049T  534 16 CFR Ch. II (1 – 1 – 01 Edition) § 1507.4 8 ounces of dead weight or double theweight of the device, whether is less,without separation from the fireworksdevice. [41 FR 22935, June 8, 1976, as amended at 61FR 67200, Dec. 20, 1996; 61 FR 67200, Dec. 20,1996] § 1507.4Bases. The base or bottom of fireworks de-vices that are operated in a standingupright position shall have the min-imum horizontal dimensions or the di-ameter of the base equal to at leastone-third of the height of the device in-cluding any base or cap affixed thereto. § 1507.5Pyrotechnic leakage. The pyrotechnic chamber in fire-works devices shall be sealed in a man-ner that prevents leakage of the pyro-technic composition during shipping,handling, and normal operation. § 1507.6Burnout and blowout. The pyrotechnic chamber in fire-works devices shall be constructed in amanner to allow functioning in a nor-mal manner without burnout or blow-out. § 1507.7Handles and spikes. (a) Fireworks devices which are in-tended to be hand-held and are so la-beled shall incorporate a handle atleast 4 inches in length (see § 1500.14(b)(7)). Handles shall remainfirmly attached during transportation,handling and full operation of the de-vice, or shall consist of an integral sec-tion of the device at least four inchesbelow the pyrotechnic chamber.(b) Spikes provided with fireworksdevices shall protrude at least 2 inchesfrom the base of the device and shallhave a blunt tip not less than 1  ⁄   8 -inch indiameter of 1  ⁄   8 -inch square. § 1507.8Wheel devices. Drivers in fireworks devices com-monly known as ‘‘ wheels ’’  shall be se-curely attached to the device so thatthey will not come loose in transpor-tation, handling, and normal oper-ation. Wheel devices intended to oper-ate in a fixed location shall be designedin such a manner that the axle remainsattached to the device during normaloperation. § 1507.9Toy smoke devices and flitterdevices. (a) Toy smoke devices shall be soconstructed that they will neitherburst nor produce external flame (ex-cluding the fuse and firstfire upon igni-tion) during normal operation.(b) Toy smoke devices and flitter de-vices shall not be of such color andconfiguration so as to be confused withbanned fireworks such as M  –  80 salutes,silver salutes, or cherry bombs.(c) Toy smoke devices shall not in-corporate plastic as an exterior mate-rial if the pyrotechnic compositioncomes in direct contact with the plas-tic. § 1507.10Rockets with sticks. Rockets with sticks (including sky-rockets and bottle rockets) shall uti-lize a straight and rigid stick to pro-vide a direct and stable flight. Suchsticks shall remain straight and rigidand attached to the driver so as to pre-vent the stick from being damaged ordetached during transportation, han-dling, and normal operation. § 1507.11Party poppers. Party poppers (also known by othernames such as ‘‘ Champagne PartyPoppers, ’’  and ‘‘ Party SurprisePoppers, ’’ ) shall not contain more than0.25 grains of pyrotechnic composition.Such devices may contain soft paper orcloth inserts provided any such insertsdo not ignite during normal operation. § 1507.12Multiple-tube fireworks de-vices. (a) Application. Multiple-tube mineand shell fireworks devices with anytube measuring 1.5 inches (3.8 cm) ormore in inside diameter and subject to § 1500.17(a)(12) of this part shall not tipover when subjected to the tip-angletest described in this section.(b) Testing procedure. The device shallbe placed on a smooth surface that canbe inclined at 60 degrees from the hori-zontal, as shown in Figure 1 of this sec-tion. The height and width of the in-clined plane (not including the portionof the plane below the mechanicalstop) shall be at least 1 inch (2.54 cm) VerDate 11<MAY>200012:11 Feb 07, 2001Jkt 194049PO 00000Frm 00534Fmt 8010Sfmt 8010Y:\SGML\194049T.XXXpfrm11PsN: 194049T  535 Consumer Product Safety Commission  § 1508.1 greater than the largest dimension of the base of the device to be tested. Thetest shall be conducted on a smooth,hard surface that is horizontal asmeasured by a spirit level or equiva-lent instrument. The mechanical stopon the inclined plane shall be 1/16inches (1.6 mm) in height and perpen-dicular to the inclined plane. The stopshall be positioned parallel to the bot-tom edge of the inclined plane and sothat no portion of the device to be test-ed or its base touches the horizontalsurface. The device shall not tip overwhen the plane is inclined at 60-degreesfrom the horizontal. The procedureshall be repeated for each edge of thedevice.F IGURE 1 TO  § 1507 . 12 [61 FR 13096, Mar. 26, 1996] PART 1508 — REQUIREMENTS FORFULL-SIZE BABY CRIBS Sec.1508.1Definitions.1508.2Scope of part.1508.3Dimensions.1508.4Spacing of crib components.1508.5Component spacing test method for § 1508.4(b).1508.6Hardware.1508.7Construction and finishing.1508.8Assembly instructions.1508.9Identifying marks, warning state-ment, and compliance declaration.1508.10Recordkeeping.1508.11Requirements for cutouts.F IGURES 1  –  3A UTHORITY : Secs. 2(f)(1)(D), (q)(1)(A), (s),3(e)(1), 74 Stat. 372, 374, 375, as amended, 80Stat. 1304  –  05, 83 Stat. 187  –  89 (15 U.S.C. 1261,1262).S OURCE : 38 FR 32129, Nov. 21, 1973, unlessotherwise noted. § 1508.1Definitions. For the purposes of this part:(a) Full-size baby crib means a bed (1)that is designed to provide sleeping ac-commodations for an infant, (2) that isintended for use in the home, and (3)that is within a range of ± 5.1 centi-meters ( ± 2 inches) of the interior VerDate 11<MAY>200012:11 Feb 07, 2001Jkt 194049PO 00000Frm 00535Fmt 8010Sfmt 8010Y:\SGML\194049T.XXXpfrm11PsN: 194049T
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