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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 90Subpart E → §90.405


Title 40: Protection of Environment
PART 90—CONTROL OF EMISSIONS FROM NONROAD SPARK-IGNITION ENGINES AT OR BELOW 19 KILOWATTS
Subpart E—Gaseous Exhaust Test Procedures


§90.405   Recorded information.

(a) Record the information described in this section for each test, where applicable.

(b) Test data; general. (1) Engine identification number.

(2) Engine emission control system.

(3) Test operator(s).

(4) Number of hours of operation accumulated on the engine prior to beginning the warm-up portion of the test (to the nearest tenth hour).

(5) Fuel identification.

(6) For 2-stroke engines, fuel/oil mixture ratio.

(7) Date of most recent analyzer bench calibration.

(8) All pertinent instrument information such as tuning, gain, serial numbers, detector number, and calibration curve(s). As long as this information is traceable, it may be summarized by system number or analyzer identification numbers.

(c) Test data; pre-test. (1) Date and time of day.

(2) Test number.

(3) Barometric pressure; as an option, barometric pressure can be measured as a modal measurement instead of or in addition to a pre- and post-test measurement.

(4) Recorder chart or equivalent. Identify for each test segment zero traces for each range used, and span traces for each range used.

(d) Test data; modal. (1) Recorder chart or equivalent. Identify for each test mode the emission concentration traces and the associated analyzer range(s).

(2) Observed engine torque.

(3) Observed engine rpm.

(4) Intake air flow if applicable.

(5) Test cell temperature and humidity for each mode.

(6) For raw gas testing; fuel flow for each mode. Fuel flow measurement is not required for dilute testing, but is allowed. If the fuel flow measurement is a volume measurement system, record the fuel temperature in the measurement system for fuel density corrections to the mass flow rate. If the fuel temperature is within 3 °C of the calibration temperature, no density correction is required.

(7) Engine intake temperature and humidity, if applicable.

(8) Exhaust mixing chamber surface temperature, if applicable.

(9) Exhaust sample line temperature, if applicable.

(e) Test data; post-test. (1) Recorder chart or equivalent. Identify the hang-up check.

(2) Recorder chart or equivalent. Identify the zero traces for each range used and the span traces for each range used.

(3) Total number of hours of operation accumulated on the engine (to the nearest tenth hour).

(4) Barometric pressure, post-test segment.

[60 FR 34598, July 13, 1995, as amended at 70 FR 40449, July 13, 2005]

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