What is TB117-2013?
What is TB117-2013?
TB117-2013 is a new regulation for the flammability of upholstered furniture in California. It replaces the 1975 standard, Technical Bulletin 117 (TB117).
What is cal TB 116?
TB 116 Flame Retardance Test of Upholstered Furniture – Standard Title: TB 116 Requirements, Test Procedure and Apparatus for Testing the Flame Retardance of Upholstered Furniture.
What is cal117?
CAL 117, short for California Technical Bulletin 117, sets the standard for upholstered furniture flammability regulations in the furniture industry. CAL 117 requires that certain upholsteries pass a smolder and an open flame test.
What does TB 117 2013 compliant mean?
flammability of upholstered furniture
TB117-2013 is a new regulation regarding the flammability of upholstered furniture in California. It replaces the 1975 standard, Technical Bulletin 117 (TB117).
When did Cal TB 117-2013 go into effect?
California TB 117-2013 Beginning January 1, 2014, the State of California put into effect the updated California Technical Bulletin 117-2013 as their flammability standard for upholstered furniture. Manufacturers are now complying and have the remaining months of this calendar year to complete their transition.
When did DB 218 430 become Class 218?
The individual locomotive numbers were preserved – thus DB 218 430 became DB 210 430. Following the full electrification of the line the locomotives returned to normal stock duties, in December 1998 the locomotives were rebuilt again and became Class 218 machines once again.
Is there a grandfather clause in Cal TB 117-2013?
A grandfather clause in Cal TB 117-2013 allows historical data and test results as a substitute. Therefore, such products may continue to display the ACT Flammability Icon. 3. Existing products that are already in the market and have not passed UFAC, NFPA 260, ASTM E1353 or Cal TB 117-2013 are not allowed to display the ACT Flammability Icon.
What is the colour of a DB 218?
The turquoise/cream colour became a new standard for the 218, whilst the 218 217 in the burgundy and beige remained a loner, for almost thirty years, until 753 001 (ex 217 001) became the second locomotive from the V160 family to receive this colour scheme.