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ALI/LADDER - ANSI A14.9 - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR DISAPPEARING ATTIC STAIRWAYS Organization: ALI/LADDER
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: This standard is not intended to apply to any attic stairway covered in any other ANSI A14 standards, or disappearing attic stairways intended for use with ceiling heights in excess of 12 feet. This standard also prescribes rules and minimum requirements for installation instructions and labeling of disappearing attic stairways in order to promote safety under normal conditions of usage.
UL - 1075 BULLETIN - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY GAS-FIRED COOKING APPLIANCES FOR RECREATIONAL VEHICLES Organization: UL
Date: 2012-05-04
Description: Appliances covered by these requirements shall have: a) Total fuel input ratings not exceeding 39,000 Btu per hour (41 MJ per hour). b) Maximum volume of 6 cubic feet (0.17 m3). c) Maximum weight of 80 pounds (36.3 kg).
UL 1075 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY GAS-FIRED COOKING APPLIANCES FOR RECREATIONAL VEHICLES - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING JUNE 16, 2010 Organization: UL
Date: 2006-12-05
Description: Appliances covered by these requirements shall have: a) Total fuel input ratings not exceeding 39,000 Btu per hour (41 MJ per hour). b) Maximum volume of 6 cubic feet (0.17 m3). c) Maximum weight of 80 pounds (36.3 kg).
SMACNA GUD FREE STAC CON - GUIDE FOR FREE STANDING STEEL STACK CONSTRUCTION - THIRD EDITION Organization: SMACNA
Date: 2011-09-01
Description: Tables are provided for stacks of specific height ranging from 20 to 120 feet; specific wind velocities of 100, 125, and 150 miles per hour; and diameters ranging from 12 to 84 inches.
HPS - ANSI/HPS N13.32 - PERFORMANCE TESTING OF EXTREMITY DOSIMETERS Organization: HPS
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: The standard applies to dosimetry systems used to assess personal dose equivalent at a depth of 0.07 mm in ICRU tissue in extremities, specifically, hands or feet and forearms or legs. As such, the standard applies to the performance of dosimeters worn on fingers and on wrists or ankles.

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