Justrite Portable .45 Gal Bench Top Solvent Can - 09400
Control VOC emissions in manufacturing and electronics assembly or repair areas that use cleaning agents or other hazardous chemicals
Safely dispense solvents and control volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with an FM approved Bench Top Solvent Can. Compact 7'' (178mm) height easily accepts standard long cotton tipped applicators used for cleaning parts commonly used in aerospace and electronics industries. Spring loaded, selfclosing lid closes after each use for maximum safety and vapor retention. Lid contains a replaceable gasket seal to control vapor release and reduce VOC emissions in compliance with EPA and NESAM regulations. Leaktight, .45 gal (1.7 ltr) capacity container minimizes volume of chemicals used at workstations yet offers a sufficient amount of liquid for bench top cleaning operations.
Bench Top Solvent Can may also be used as a temporary collection point for used cotton swabs. Constructed of durable steel, can is finished in a chemically resistant red powder paint for extended service life. Large 10-1/2'' (267mm) diameter base provides stability, makes it easy to carry to point-of-use or refilling station, and can serve as a handy area to rest cleaning implements.
EPA 40 CFR 63:
National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency as a result of the Clean Air Act of 1990, Section 112(d) - which created standards to protect the public health by requiring sources to control emissions from hazardous air pollutants.
Subpart GG: National Emission Standards for Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework Facilities (NESAM).
Section 63.741 - Designation of Affected Sources:
(1)(i) All hand wipe cleaning operations constitute an affected source.
Section 63.742 - Definitions:
Cleaning operation means collectively hand wipe, spray gun, and flush-cleaning operations. Hand wipe cleaning operation means the removal of contaminants such as dirt, grease, oil, and coatings from an aerospace vehicle or component by physically rubbing it with a material such as a rag, paper, or cotton swab that has been moistened with a cleaning solvent. Cleaning solvent means a liquid material used for hand wipe, spray gun, or flush-cleaning.Aerospace facility means any facility that produces, reworks, or repairs in any amount any commercial, civil, or military aerospace vehicle or component.
Section 63.744 - Cleaning Operations Standards:
(a) Housekeeping measures. (1) Place solvent-laden cloth, paper, or any other absorbent applicators used for cleaning aerospace vehicles or components in bags or other closed containers immediately after use. Ensure that these bags and containers are kept closed at all times except when depositing or removing these materials from the container. Use bags and containers of such design so as to contain the vapors of the cleaning solvent. (2) Store fresh and spent cleaning solvents used in aerospace cleaning operations in closed containers.
Meets EPA 40 and NESAM requirements. Fire tested and approved by FM Global. Compliant to OSHA and NFPA 30 standards.