§ 82.30 Purpose and scope
§ 82.32 Definitions
§ 82.34 Prohibitions and required practices
§ 82.36 Approved refrigerant handling equipment
§ 82.38 Approved independent standards testing organizations
§ 82.40 Technician training and certification
§ 82.42 Certification, recordkeeping and public notification requirements

Terms Used In CFR > Title 40 > Chapter I > Subchapter B > Part 82 > Subpart B - Servicing of Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners

  • Approved independent standards testing organization: means any organization which has applied for and received approval from the Administrator pursuant to §82. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Approved refrigerant recycling equipment: means equipment certified by the Administrator or an organization approved under §82. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Motor vehicle: as used in this subpart means any vehicle which is self-propelled and designed for transporting persons or property on a street or highway, including but not limited to passenger cars, light duty vehicles, and heavy duty vehicles. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Motor vehicle air conditioners: means mechanical vapor compression refrigeration equipment used to cool the driver's or passenger's compartment of any motor vehicle. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Motor vehicle disposal facility: means any commercial facility that engages in the disposal (which includes dismantling, crushing or recycling) of MVACs or MVAC-like appliances, including but not limited to automotive recycling facilities, scrap yards, landfills and salvage yards engaged in such operations. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Properly using: (1) Properly using means using equipment in conformity with the regulations set forth in this subpart, including but not limited to the prohibitions and required practices set forth in §82. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Refrigerant: means any class I or class II substance used in a motor vehicle air conditioner. See 40 CFR 82.32
  • Service involving refrigerant: means any service during which discharge or release of refrigerant from the MVAC or MVAC-like appliance to the atmosphere can reasonably be expected to occur. See 40 CFR 82.32