MSHA - Code of Federal Regulations - 30 CFR 35.2
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MSHA - Title 30 CFR
30 CFR § 35.2

As used in this part--

(a) Permissible, as applied to hydraulic fluids, means that the fluid conforms to the requirements of this part, and that a certificate of approval to that effect has been issued.

(b) MSHA means the United States Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration.

(c) Certificate of approval means a formal document issued by MESA stating that the fluid has met the requirements of this part for fire-resistant hydraulic fluids and authorizing the use of an official identifying marking so indicating.

(d) Fire-resistant hydraulic fluid means a fluid of such chemical composition and physical characteristics that it will resist the propagation of flame.

(e) Concentrate means a substance in concentrated form that might not be fire resistant as such but when mixed with water or other vehicle in accordance with instructions furnished by the applicant will constitute a fire-resistant hydraulic fluid.

(f) Applicant means an individual, partnership, company, corporation, association, or other organization that manufactures, compounds, refines, or otherwise produces, a fire-resistant hydraulic fluid or a concentrate for the production thereof, and seeks a certificate of approval.

[Sched. 30, 24 FR 10201, Dec. 17, 1959, as amended at 39 FR 24005, June 28, 1974; 43 FR 12317, Mar. 24, 1978]