List of Approved Products
Refuge Alternatives And Refuge Alternative Components Approved Under Part 7 (Updated 2/27/2014)
The following products were approved or certified prior to February 25, 2014, and have been added to the Mine Safety and Health Administration's list of permissible equipment since the last update.
The following products were approved as having met Part 7, Title 30 CFR.
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- Approval of the Breathable Air Component, Model MPRC-H20-8234.79-FC. Approval No. 07-LCA140005, issued to Jack Kennedy Metal Products & Buildings, Inc., February 12, 2014.
Monthly Lists of Approved or Certified Products (Updated 2/26/2014)
Belt Wipers Companies Holding Identification Numbers Electronic Detonators Ground Wire Monitors Hydraulic Hose Impact Bars/Belt Wear Strip Monitor and Power Systems (MAPS) Acceptance Pulley Lagging Miscellaneuous Products Rock Dust Hose Suitable Fire Fighting Agents
Acid and Flame Resistant Insulation for Battery Boxes And Covers Brattice Cloth Cables Coaxial Cables Diesel Power Packages Diesel Engines (Permissible and Non-Permissible) Fiber Optic Cables Motors Refuge Alternatives and Refuge Alternative Components (Updated 11/13/2013) Signaling Cables Splice Kits Ventilation Tubes
Air Compressors Battery Powered Equipment Connectors Continuous Miners Conveyors Drills Fans Flame-Resistant Conveyor Belts Flame-Resistant Fire Hose Flame-Resistant Fire Suppression Hose Flame-Resistant Insulation for Battery Box Covers Flame-Resistant Insulation for Cable Reels Flame Resistant Lifelines for Underground Coal Mines Hose Conduit Instruments Intrinsically Safe Evaluations 1980 - Present I.S. Relays Longwall Mining Machines Miscellaneous Equipment Motors Proximity Detection Systems Pumps Rock Dusters Roof Bolters Rope-Style Packing Gland Material Shuttle Cars
Diesel Engines Diesel Powered Equipment (Schedule 31) Permissible Diesel Powered Equipment (36C) Safety Systems
Conveyor Belt Splices Noncombustible Coatings Thermal Barrier MaterialsThe product list with the heading "List of Suitable Thermal Barriers" and "These materials are considered 'noncombustible material' as defined by 30CFR Part 75.301" dated 10/17/08, has been removed. Subsequent to product testing, MSHA determined that the application of these materials requires further review. Ventilation Control Materials
Note: Every attempt was made to ensure these lists were as accurate as possible; however, if any inaccuracies are identified, please notify Ms. Amy Palmer at 304-547-2095 or by e-mail at Palmer.Amy@dol.gov.
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