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2012 Organic Finishing Guidebook Issue

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Fig. 1. Clearances required for spraying with (a) and without (b) exhaust fan interlock. ty, the authority may be an of- ficial of a federal, state, or local agency. Or the authority having jurisdiction may be a regional official, such as a fire chief or marshall, building or electrical inspector, fire prevention bu- reau inspector, or labor or health department inspector. For insurance purposes, the au- thority may be an insurance in- spector or representative of a rating bureau. Greater environ- mental concern has also led to increasing involvement by new agencies having jurisdiction. There are many agencies that dictate compliance. Depending on state and region, one or more of the following federal state and local agencies may play a part in approving a new booth installation. 202 Fig. 2. Clearances required for Class I or II, Di- vision 2 locations adjacent to openings in an enclosed spray booth or room.

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