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require between 4–8 days and when available to any person and may be SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: On August
empty the SRV would disconnect from searched by the name of the individual 18, 1975 (40 FR 36167), NHTSA
the buoy and leave the port. submitting the comment (or signing the published a standard for Calibrating
Initially it is expected that Port comment, if submitted on behalf of an Units for Breath Alcohol Testers. A
Dolphin would be capable of a natural association, business, labor union, etc.). Qualified Products List of calibrating
gas throughput of 400 mmscfd and You may review DOT’s complete units for breath alcohol testers that met
would eventually be capable of 800 Privacy Act Statement in the Federal the standard was first issued on
mmscfd with a peak capacity of 1200 Register published on April 11, 2000 November 30, 1976 (41 FR 53389).
mmscfd by having at least one SRV (Volume 65, Number 70; Pages 19477– On December 14, 1984, NHTSA
regasifying and discharging at all times. 78) or you may visit http://dms.dot.gov. issued a notice to convert the mandatory
The system would be designed so that (Authority: 49 CFR 1.66) standards for calibrating units for breath
two SRVs can be moored alcohol testers to Model Specification
simultaneously for continuous Dated: June 20, 2007. for such devices (49 FR 48865) and to
unloading of natural gas. By Order of the Maritime Administrator. establish a Conforming Products List
Port Dolphin Energy LLC is seeking Daron T. Threet, (CPL) of calibrating units meeting the
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Secretary, Maritime Administration. Model Specifications. Calibrating units
(FERC) approval for the onshore [FR Doc. E7–12243 Filed 6–22–07; 8:45 am] provide known concentrations of
pipelines concurrent with this BILLING CODE 4910–81–P ethanol vapor for the calibration or
deepwater port application. As required calibration checks of instruments that
by FERC regulations, FERC will also measure breath alcohol (BrAC).
maintain a docket for the FERC portion DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION On December 29, 1994, NHTSA
of the project. The docket numbers are published a notice amending the Model
CP07–191–000 and CP07–192–000. The National Highway Traffic Safety Specifications and updating the CPL for
filing may also be viewed on the web at Administration calibrating units (59 FR 67377). The
http://www.ferc.gov using the [Docket No. NHTSA–2007–28067] notice also proposed and sought
‘‘eLibrary’’ link. Enter the docket comments about providing an alternate
number excluding the last three digits in Highway Safety Programs; Model test procedure using National Institute
the docket number field to access the Specifications for Calibrating Units for for Standards and Technology (NIST)
document. For assistance, call (866) Breath Alcohol Testers; Conforming Reference Gas Mixtures for evaluating
208–3767 or TYY, (202) 502–8659. Products List of Calibrating Units for the accuracy and precision of dry-gas
In addition, pipelines and structures Breath Alcohol Testers ethanol calibrating units. The agency
such as the moorings may require amended the Model Specifications on
permits under Section 404 of the Clean AGENCY: National Highway Traffic August 13, 1997 by incorporating the
Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers Safety Administration (NHTSA), DOT. NIST test procedure (62 FR 43416). In
and Harbors Act which are administered ACTION: Notice. that same notice, NHTSA updated the
by the Army Corps of Engineers CPL and proposed an alternate test
SUMMARY: This notice amends the Model
(USACE). procedure for evaluating the accuracy
Specifications for Calibrating Units for
Port Dolphin will also require permits and precision for evaluating wet bath
Breath Alcohol Testers (Model
from the Environmental Protection and dry gas calibrating units using infra-
Specifications) by adopting an alternate
Agency (EPA) pursuant to the red spectroscopy.
test procedure for evaluating the Having received no comments
provisions of the Clean Air Act, as accuracy of both wet bath and dry gas
amended, and the Clean Water Act, as regarding the infra-red spectroscopy test
breath alcohol calibrating units infra-red procedure, this notice adopts the
amended. spectroscopy, as proposed in the
The new pipeline will be included in alternate procedure for evaluating wet
Federal Register on August 13, 1997 (62 bath and dry gas calibrating units using
the National Environmental Policy Act
FR 43416). Published with this notice is infra-red spectroscopy as proposed. This
(NEPA) review as part of the deepwater
an updated Conforming Products List of notice also amends the CPL of
port application process. FERC, EPA,
Calibrating Units for Breath Alcohol Calibrating Units for Breath Alcohol
and the USACE among others, are
Testers (CPL) of calibrating units that Testers, adding 8 wet bath units and 14
cooperating agencies and will assist in
meet the Model Specifications. This dry gas units.
the NEPA process as described in 40
updated CPL includes 22 new listings—
CFR 1501.6; will be participating in the A. Procedures for a Product Submission
8 wet bath units and 14 dry gas units.
scoping meetings; and will incorporate
DATES: Effective Date: The amendments Testing of calibrating units submitted
the EIS into their permitting processes.
Comments sent to the FERC docket, EPA to the Model Specifications and the by manufacturers to these Model
or USACE will also be incorporated into issuance of the CPL become effective on Specifications will continue to be
the DOT docket and EIS to ensure June 25, 2007. conducted by the DOT Volpe National
consistency with the NEPA Process. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For Transportation Systems Center
Construction of the deepwater port technical issues: Ms. J. De Carlo Ciccel, (VNTSC). Tests will continue to be
would be expected to take Office of Behavioral Safety Research, conducted semi-annually or as
approximately 22 months with startup NTI–130, National Highway Traffic necessary. Manufacturers wishing to
of commercial operations following Safety Administration, 1200 New Jersey submit calibrating units for testing must
construction, should a license be issued. Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590; apply to NHTSA for a test date (Office
The deepwater port would be designed, Telephone (202) 366–1694. For legal of Behavioral Safety Research, NTI–130,
issues: Ms. Allison Rusnak, Office of 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE.,
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constructed and operated in accordance


with applicable codes and standards. Chief Counsel, NCC–113, National Washington, DC 20590, Telephone (202)
Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 366–1694). Normally, at least 30 days
Privacy Act 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., will be required from the date of
The electronic form of all comments Washington, DC 20590; Telephone (202) notification until the test can be
received into the DOT docket are 366–1834. scheduled. One week prior to the

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scheduled initiation of the test program, manufacturer whose equipment is listed dry gas calibrating units using infra-red
the manufacturer shall deliver at least on the CPL will be notified to resubmit spectroscopy. When infra-red
one unit of the device to be tested to: the equipment for testing to the spectroscopy is used, the wet bath or
VNTSC, RTV–4F, 55 Broadway, modified specifications only. dry gas sample to be analyzed is passed
Cambridge, MA 02142. The NHTSA reserves the right to test any into a chamber through which infra-red
manufacturer shall be responsible for unit on the CPL throughout its useful radiation is transmitted. The wavelength
ensuring that the unit is operating life to ensure that the unit is performing of the transmitted radiation is chosen so
properly. If the manufacturer wishes to in accordance with the Model that some of it is absorbed by alcohol.
submit a duplicate, backup unit, it may Specifications. If at any time a According to the Beer-Lambert Law of
do so. manufacturer plans to change the design absorption of radiation,1 the amount of
When a manufacturer delivers a of a calibrating unit currently on the energy absorbed by the sample in the
device to be tested, it shall also deliver CPL, the manufacturer shall submit the chamber is proportional to the
to VNTSC specifications and drawings proposed changes to the NHTSA Office concentration of the alcohol in the
that fully describe the unit and the of Behavioral Safety Research for sample. By measuring the amount of
Operator’s Manual and Maintenance review. Based on this review, NHTSA radiation transmitted when the sample
Manual normally supplied with will decide whether the change will chamber is empty and the amount
purchase of the equipment. NHTSA will require re-testing of the unit. Normally, transmitted when the sample is present,
consider claims of confidentiality under such re-testing will be accomplished the the concentration of the alcohol in the
49 CFR Part 512. next time testing is performed. sample can be determined.
The manufacturer shall also deliver Guidance to manufacturers on The agency believes that use of infra-
the instructions that will accompany the considerations governing this decision red spectroscopy offers important
device when it is sold. The instructions is available from NHTSA upon request. advantages. First, the technique can be
shall include information about the NHTSA’s Office of Behavioral Safety used to evaluate both wet bath
procedures to be followed to protect Research will be the point of contact for calibrating units and dry gas calibrating
against possible condensation that information about acceptance testing units because surface interactions do
might occur as a result of freezing and field performance of equipment not affect the analysis. Second,
during shipment and to correct for already on the list. NHTSA requests that standards used in the evaluations can be
atmospheric pressure. The instructions users of calibrating units provide both prepared at VNTSC, eliminating the
shall also include information about any acceptance and field performance data necessity of obtaining standards from an
offsets that may apply to the use of a to NHTSA when such data is available. outside source.
particular type of breath tester. NHTSA Information from users will be used to:
will examine these instructions to (1) Help NHTSA determine whether C. Conforming Products List
ensure that they provide sufficient units continue to perform according to The CPL, which appears as an
information about these matters. the Model Specifications, and (2) ensure Appendix to this notice, lists the
Products submitted without this that field use does not indicate calibrating units that have been re-tested
information will not be tested. excessive breakdown or maintenance to date at the lower BACs (i.e., at 0.020,
The manufacturer will have the right problems. 0.040, 0.080, and 0.160) and found to
to check the calibrating unit between If information gathered indicates that conform to the Model Specifications
arrival at VNTSC and the start of the test a device on the CPL is not performing reprinted herein. The CPL also lists
and to ensure that the calibrating unit is in accordance with the Model devices that have not been tested at the
in proper working condition. The Specifications or demonstrates problems lower BAC levels (.020, .040, .080 and
manufacturer will have no access to the involving the device, NHTSA will direct .0160), but were listed on the CPL for
calibrating unit during the tests. Any VNTSC to conduct a special calibrating units on the basis that they
malfunction of the calibrating unit that investigation. This investigation may were tested and found to conform to the
results in failure to complete any of the include visits to users and additional earlier Model Specifications (49 FR
tests satisfactorily will result in a tests of the unit obtained from the open 48864) when tested at BAC levels 0.050,
finding that it does not conform to the market. If the investigation indicates 0.100 and 0.150. These devices are
Model Specifications. If a unit fails to that the units actually sold on the identified on the CPL with an asterisk.
conform, it may be resubmitted for market are not meeting the Model The CPL published today includes 22
testing after appropriate corrective Specifications, then the manufacturer new listings—8 wet bath units and 14
action has been taken. will be notified that the unit may be dry gas units. The wet bath units
On the basis of these results, NHTSA removed from the CPL. The include: CALWAVE dt–100, submitted
periodically will publish a CPL manufacturer shall have 30 days from by Davtech Analytical Service, Canada;
identifying the calibrating units that the date of notification to reply. Model 10–4D, Model 10–4D Revision A,
conform to the Model Specifications. Based on the VNTSC investigation Model 2100 (aka: Model 210021), Model
Re-testing of units will be conducted and any data provided by the 2100 Revision A, and 590 submitted by
when necessary. NHTSA intends to manufacturer, NHTSA will decide Guth Laboratories, Inc., Harrisburg,
modify and improve these Model whether the unit should remain on the Pennsylvania; Alcotest CU 34 submitted
Specifications as new data and CPL. Upon resubmission, the by National Draeger, Inc., Durango,
improved test procedures become manufacturer must submit a statement Colorado; and Model 3402C–2K
available. (The test procedures may be describing what has been done to submitted by RepCo Marketing, Inc.,
altered in specific instances, if overcome the problems that led to the Raleigh, North Carolina. The dry gas
necessary, to meet the unique design removal of the unit in question from the units 2 include: 103 ppm/108L and 270
features of a calibrating unit). If these
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CPL.
Model Specifications are modified, 1 Farrington Daniels & Robert Alberty, ‘‘Physical

notification will be provided in the B. Infra-Red Spectroscopy Chemistry’’ 3d. Ed. John Wiley & Sons, New York,
1996.
Federal Register. If NHTSA determines This notice incorporates into the 2 The naming convention of the dry gas units
that re-testing to the modified Model Specifications an alternate added to the CPL today is illustrative of the ethanol
specifications is necessary, a procedure for evaluating wet bath and Continued

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ppm/30L submitted by Airgas, Inc., measurement of the concentration of a If the voltage is DC, conduct tests 3.3
(previously know as Gateway Airgas, succession of N vapor samples. and 3.4.
Inc., A.G. Specialty Gas Co., or SD = {Sum (Xi¥Xm)2/(N-1)}1⁄2 Test 3.1: 108 Volts/AC
Acetylene Gas Co) St. Louis, Missouri; Where: Test 3.2: 123 Volts/AC
115 ppm/34L, 115 ppm/103L, 230 ppm/ Xi = a single measurement result; Test 3.3: 11 Volts/DC
34L, 230 ppm/103L, 260.5 ppm/58L, Xm = the average of the measurements; Test 3.4: 15 Volts/DC
260.5 ppm/537L, and 260.5 ppm/15L N = the number of measurements made in the Test 4. Electrical Safety Inspection.
submitted by Air Liquide, CALGAZ, test. Examine the CU for protection of the
Cambridge, Maryland; and Scotty 28 operator from electrical shock. Examine
2.5 Systematic Error (SE). An
0.040 BAC/28L, 0.045 BAC/28L, 0.080 for proper use of input power fuses, and
indication of the accuracy of the
BAC/28L, 0.100 BAC/28L, 0.105 BAC/ verify that there are no exposed male
measurement of the concentration of a
28L submitted by Scott Specialty Gases, connectors at high potential. Determine
succession of vapor samples.
Inc., Plumsteadville, Pennsylvania. One that overheating does not occur during
SE = Xm ¥ test BrAC operation and that undue fire hazards
device, Toxitest Model ABS120 by
2.6 Least Squares Fit Calibration do not exist.
Federal Signal Corporation, is being
Curve. A Line fitted to a number of
removed from the CPL as it is no longer 3.1 Test Procedure (Original, wet-bath
measurement pairs, one the
manufactured. calibrating units)
In consideration of the foregoing, independent value (X) and the other the
dependent value (Y), over a Equipment and Supplies: Gas
NHTSA amends the Model
measurement range. Chromatograph capable of complete
Specifications for Calibrating United as
The fitted line is of the form: Y = a resolution of ethanol in test samples,
set forth below.
+ bX, where intercept, a = Ym¥bm, and with heated gas sampling valve. Water
Model Specifications for Calibrating slope, b = (SumXiYi¥NXm) / bath thermostated at 34 °C ± 0.1 °C.
United for Breath Alcohol Testers (SumXi2¥nXm2) Glass Reference Sample Bottles (300 ml
capacity or greater) with Stopper and
1.0 Purpose and Scope 3.0 Tests and Requirements Inlet and Outlet Air Hoses (see Figure
These specifications establish If the BrAC of the CU is fixed, perform 1). Hoses should be about 1/8’’ OD
performance criteria and methods for the tests at the fixed BrAC; otherwise, Teflon tubing. Reference Ethanol
testing of calibrating units which prepare the CU for testing at 0.08 BrAC Solutions prepared using Class A
provide known concentrations of except as otherwise required in Test 1 glassware and American Chemical
ethanol vapor for the calibration or below. Each of the tests requires 10 Society reagent grade ethanol or USP
calibration checks of breath alcohol measurements to three decimal places grade ethanol. The purity of the ethanol
testers. The results of this testing are using the test procedure specified in 3.1, used shall be compared with the
intended for use in the conformance 3.2, or 3.3, respectively. The CU will be National Institute of standards and
testing for the maintenance of a operated according to the Technology (NIST) Standard Reference
Conforming Products List for calibrating manufacturer’s instructions. Unless Material for ethanol. Use the value of
units. otherwise specified, the tests will be Harger, et al., for the partition ratio for
performed in the absence of drafts and concentration of ethanol in headspace to
2.0 Definitions
at prevailing normal laboratory concentration in solution at 34 °C, Ka/
2.1 Conformance testing. Testing to temperature, humidity, and barometric w = 0.000393 4 to prepare two solutions
check the conformance of a product pressure. Performance requirements are: which, when thermostated at 34 °C,
with these model specifications in ¥0.002 BrAC ≤ SE ≤ +0.002 BrAC; RSD produce headspace ethanol vapor
advance of and independent of any ≤ 2% concentrations that bracket the test
specific procurement action.
Test 1. Precision and Accuracy. Test BrAC by no more than ± 20%. Small Air
2.2 Concentration units. Blood Pump for bubbling air through reference
alcohol concentration: grams alcohol at each specified BrAc.
solutions (see Figure 1).
per 100 milliliters blood or grams Test 1.1: 0.020 BrAC Step 1. Prepare the Gas
alcohol per 210 liters of breath in Test 1.2: 0.040 BrAC Chromatograph for measurement of
accordance with the Uniform Vehicle Test 1.3: 0.080 BrAC vapor samples. Adjust instrument
Code, Section 11–903(a)(5).3 BrAC is Test 1.4: 0.160 BrAC temperatures, gas flows, detector, and
often used to indicate that the Test 2. Ambient Temperature. Use a recording device for optimum response
measurement is a breath measurement, temperature chamber controllable to ± for ethanol. Prepare the CU for use
i.e. grams alcohol per 210 liters of °C. Soak the CU at the specified according to manufacturer’s
breath. temperature for 1 hour, being careful to instructions.
2.3 Relative Standard Deviation prevent drafts on the device, then test at Step 2. Fill two reference solution
(RSD). The ratio of the standard that temperature. bottles to 3⁄4 full with above reference
deviation (SD) of a series of Test 2.1: 10 °C solutions. Insert stopper assemblies
measurements to the mean of the series Test 2.2: 30 °C with bubble line and alcohol vapor line
expressed as a percentage: Test 3. Input Power. If the CU is in place and put bottles in the water
RSD = (SD/Mean) × 100 percent powered by nominal voltages of 120 bath with water level up to the stopper.
2.4 Standard Deviation (SD). A volts AC of 12 volts DC, condition the Connect air pump to bubble line.
common indication of precision in the device for one half hour at the Connect alcohol vapor line to gas
appropriate input voltage specified chromatograph sampling valve inlet
below, then test at that voltage. Monitor fitting. Allow 1 hour for temperature
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concentration in the volume of nitrogen dry gas.


Concentration is expressed in parts per million the input power with a voltmeter equilibrium to be achieved.
(ppm) or marketed as breath alcohol concentrations accurate to ± 2% full scale in the range
(BAC) and volume is expressed in Liters(L). 4 RN Harger, BB Raney, EG Bridwell, MF Kitchel
3 Available from National Committee on Uniform used and re-adjust the voltage, if J. Biol. Chem. 183, 197–213 (1950). Additional data
Traffic Laws and Ordinances, 405 Church Street, necessary. If the voltage is Ac, conduct from Harger in a private communication (see 49 FR
Evanston, IL 60201. test 3.1 and 3.2. 48869).

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Step 3. Turn on air pump which has while avoiding over-pressurizing of the equivalent BrAC of the vapor sample by
been pre-set to pump air through the sampling system. To prevent the peak height obtained for that
reference solution bottle-gas condensation of alcohol, warm the sample. From the 10 samples, obtain the
chromatograph sampling assembly at a transfer line if necessary. Allow the mean and the RSD of the conversion
rate just sufficient to thoroughly flush sample to relax to atmospheric pressure, factors. If the RSD obtained fails to meet
the system in 10 seconds. After flushing then inject the sample onto the column. the criteria for RSD in 3.0, perform
is complete, allow the sample to relax In this way, obtain 10 ethanol necessary troubleshooting and repeat
to atmospheric pressure, then inject the chromatograms using the CU device. the procedure from Step 1. Use the
reference sample onto the gas Step 5. Repeat step 3 using the second mean of the conversion factors to
chromatograph column. In this way, reference solution.
calculate the BrAC for each of the 10
obtain 5 chromatograms of one of the Step 6. Calculations. Peak height to
BrAC conversion factor. For each ethanol peaks obtained in Step 4.
reference solution headspace ethanol
ethanol peak obtained in Step 3 and Calculate the mean, the RSD, and the
vapors.
Step 4. Thoroughly flush the sample Step 5, calculate a conversion factor for systematic error of the experimental
loop with vapors from the CU device, ethanol concentration by dividing the BrACs.

3.2 Test Procedures (for dry gas Alternate procedure for evaluation of Step A2. Repeat Step A1 for each of
calibrating units). Alternate Test dry gaseous ethanol calibration devices. the four NISTRGM reference gas
Method using National Institute of This procedure substitutes the use of mixtures.
Standards and Technology Reference NISTRGMs in place of the wet bath Step A3. Calculate the RSD of the
Gas Mixtures (NISTRGMs) in place of reference samples when evaluating dry concentration divided by peak height
wet bath reference samples gas CUs. data obtained in Step A1 and Step A2.
If the calculated RSD meets the criteria
The following alternate method for Step A1. Connect one of the
of 3.0, calculate the slope and intercept
the evaluation of dry gaseous ethanol NISTRGM cylinders to the inlet of the of the least squares fit calibration line
calibration devices is presented. gas chromatograph sampling valve and for conversion of peak height to BrAC.
Additional required material: For the pass reference gas through the sampling Using the average peak height of each
alternate method for evaluation of dry system at a rate just sufficient to NISTRGM and the slope and intercept
gaseous ethanol calibration devices, the thoroughly flush the system in about 10 data, calculate the concentration of each
following will be required: Four seconds. Allow the sample to relax to NISTRGM. If the resulting
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cylinders of National Institute of atmospheric pressure, then inject the concentrations are within the stated
Standards and Technology ethanol-in- sample onto the column. In this way, accuracy of the NISTRGM, proceed to
inert gas Technical Reference Gas obtain 5 chromatograms of the reference Step A4.
Mixtures (NISTRGMs) which span the gas. Step A4. Connect the calibrating
BrAC range 0.01 to 0.16. device to the inlet of the gas
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chromatograph sampling system and samples, such as an infra-red evidential flush the sample chamber with water
allow the calibrating device gas to flow breath tester listed on the NHTSA vapor and obtain the detector voltage
at a rate just sufficient to thoroughly Conforming Products List for evidential reading. Then flush the detector
flush the sampling system in about 10 breath testers may be used. The detector chamber with flushing gas only and
seconds. Allow the sample to relax to voltage of the instrument must be obtain the detector reading. Repeat 2
atmospheric pressure, then inject the accessible for measurement. The times to obtain 3 sets of readings. If the
sample onto the column. In this way, sampling hoses of the device may be CU being evaluated is a wet bath device,
obtain 10 chromatograms of the altered for more convenient processing skip this step and proceed to Step B4.
calibrating device gas. of test samples. Water bath thermostated Step B4. In the manner of Step B3,
Step A5. Calculations. Using the peak at 34 °C ± 0.1 °C. Glass Reference obtain 5 sets of detector readings using
height data obtained in Step A4 and Sample Bottles (300 ml capacity or one of the reference alcohol solution
intercept and slope data obtained in greater) and Stoppers with Bubble and bottles.
Step A3, calculate the BrAC for each of Alcohol Vapor lines (see Figure 2). Step B5. In the manner of Step B3,
the 10 peak heights. Calculate the mean, Reference Ethanol Solutions prepared obtain 10 sets of detector readings from
RSD, and systematic error of the using Class A glassware and American the CU being evaluated. If the CU is a
calculated BrACs. Chemical Society reagent grade ethanol wet bath device, use the flushing gas to
or USP grade ethanol. The purity of the fill the sample chamber, operating the
3.3 Test Procedures (for dry gas or wet
ethanol used shall be compared with the device according to manufacturer’s
bath calibrating units)
National Institute of Standards and instructions. If the CU device is dry gas
This alternate procedure uses infra- Technology (NIST) Standard Reference device, fill the sample chamber
red spectroscopy that is suitable for Material for ethanol. Use the value of according to manufacturer’s
evaluating ethanol vapor samples from Harger, et al., for the partition ratio for instructions.
either wet-bath CUs or from dry-gas concentration of ethanol in headspace to Step B6. Repeat Step B5 using the
CUs. concentration in solution at 34 °C, Ka/w
3.3.1 General. This method uses the other reference alcohol solution bottle.
= 0.0003932 to prepare two aqueous
Beer-Lambert Law of absorption of Step B7. Repeat Step B3.
alcohol solutions which bracket the test
radiant energy by fluids. BrAC by no more than ± 20%. A Step B8. Calculations. For each
I = Io × e¥abc cylinder of inert Flushing Gas, which is measurement pair, Io is the detector
optically clear in the absorption region voltage obtained for the flushing gas
Where: alone in the sample chamber and I is the
Io is the energy entering the sample chamber used for measurement. This gas will be
used to flush the sample chamber of the voltage obtained for the flushing gas
of a spectrophotometer containing the
sample to be analyzed. spectrophotometer and to deliver with reference sample or test sample in
I is the energy transmitted from the sample reference headspace vapors and wet the sample chamber corrected for water
chamber. bath sample vapors into the sample vapor absorption, i.e.; the detector
a is the absorptivity of the sample. chamber. Pressure regulating valve with voltage obtained for headspace reference
b is the radiation path length of the sample
Teflon delivery hose for controlling flow samples at 0.000 BrAC. Use the average
chamber. of the 6 voltage readings obtained for
c is the concentration of the sample in the and delivery of flushing gas.
Step B1. Prepare the spectrometer for the water samples for the correction for
sample chamber. water vapor absorption (I = Isample ¥
measurement of vapor samples. Prepare
A convenient form of the Beer- the CU for use according to Iwater). In the case of wet bath device
Lambert law is manufacturer’s instructions. samples, there is no correction for water
Ln(Io/I) = abc Step B2. Fill a reference sample vapor absorption. If the detector is
where the term Ln(Io/I), the logarithm of bottles to 3⁄4 full with water and two biased, it will be the difference between
the ratio of incident to transmitted reference sample bottles to 3⁄4 full with the bias voltage and the above voltage.
energy, is called the absorbance of the the above reference solutions. Insert Calculate the absorbance for each of
sample. In the procedure described stopper assemblies ensuring that the the 10 reference samples. Divide each
below, the terms a and b are treated as end of the bubble line reaches to at least absorbance by the corresponding BrAC
a single quantity, ab, and the term c is 4 inches below the surface of the of the sample. Obtain the mean (which
BrAC. solution, then place the bottles in the is the factor ab), SD, and RSD for the 10
3.3.2 Test Procedure. water bath with water level up to the ratios. If the RSD is more than 2%,
Equipment and Supplies. Infra-red stopper. Allow 1 hour for temperature troubleshoot the procedure and repeat.
Spectrophotometer with sample equilibrium to be achieved. Calculate the absorbance for each of
chamber that can be heated to above 40 Step B3. Connect the bubble line of the 10 CU test samples. Divide each by
°C. A non-dispersive instrument with the sample bottle containing water only the ab factor to obtain the BrAC for each
appropriate band pass filters and to the flushing gas valve and the vapor of the 10 CU samples. Obtain the mean,
configured to measure breath alcohol line to the spectrophotometer inlet and SD, RSD, and SE.
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Appendix—Conforming Products List Testers [Manufacturer and Calibrating


of Calibrating Units for Breath Alcohol Unit] 1

CONFORMING PRODUCTS LIST OF CALIBRATING UNITS FOR BREATH ALCOHOL TESTERS


Type of device
Manufacturers
Dry gas Wet bath

1. Airgas, Inc. (Formerly known as: Gateway Airgas, AG Specialty Gas, or Acetylene Gas Co.), St. Louis, MO
• Ethanol Breath Alcohol Standard ................................................................................................................................. X
• 103 parts per million (ppm)/108 Liters (L) .................................................................................................................... X
• 270 ppm/30L ................................................................................................................................................................. X ................
2. Air Liquide CALGAZ, Cambridge, MD
• 115 ppm/34L ................................................................................................................................................................. X ................
• 115 ppm/105L ............................................................................................................................................................... X ................
• 230 ppm/34L ................................................................................................................................................................. X ................
• 230 ppm/105L ............................................................................................................................................................... X ................
• 260.5 ppm/58L .............................................................................................................................................................. X ................
• 260.5 ppm/537L ............................................................................................................................................................ X ................
• 260.5 ppm/15L .............................................................................................................................................................. X ................
3. CMI, Inc., Owensboro, KY
• Toxitest II ...................................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
4. Davtech Analytical Services, Canada
• CALWAVE dT–100 ....................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
5. Guth Laboratories, Inc., Harrisburg, PA
• Model 34C Simulator (variations: Model 34C Cal DOJ, 34–C–FM, and 34C–NPAS) ................................................. ................ X
• Model 3412 ................................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
• Model 10–4 and 10–4D ................................................................................................................................................ ................ X
• Model 10–4D Revision A .............................................................................................................................................. ................ X
• Model 1214 ................................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
• Model 2100 (formerly Model 210021) .......................................................................................................................... ................ X
• Model 2100 Revision A ................................................................................................................................................. ................ X
• 590 ................................................................................................................................................................................ ................ X
6. Intoximeters, Inc., St. Louis, MO
• Alco Breath Alcohol Standards* ................................................................................................................................... X ................
7. Lion Laboratories, Cardiff, Wales, UK (a subsidiary of CMI, Inc.)
• AlcoCal Breath Alcohol Standard ................................................................................................................................. X
8. Liquid Technology Corp., Orlando, FL
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• Ethanol-in-Nitrogen ....................................................................................................................................................... X ................


9. Luckey Laboratories, Inc., San Bernardino, CA
• Simulator* ...................................................................................................................................................................... ................ X

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CONFORMING PRODUCTS LIST OF CALIBRATING UNITS FOR BREATH ALCOHOL TESTERS—Continued


Type of device
Manufacturers
Dry gas Wet bath

10. National Draeger, Inc., Durango, CO


• Mark II–A ....................................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
• Alcotest CU 34 .............................................................................................................................................................. ................ X
11. PLD of Florida, Inc., Rockledge, FL
• BA 500 .......................................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
12. Protection Devices, Inc., U.S. Alcohol Testing, Inc., Rancho Cucamonga, CA
• LS34 Model 6100* ........................................................................................................................................................ ................ X
13. RepCo Marketing, Inc., Raleigh, NC
• AS–1 ............................................................................................................................................................................. ................ X
• Model 3402C ................................................................................................................................................................. ................ X
• Model 3402C–2K .......................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
14. Scott Specialty Gases, Inc., Plumsteadville, PA
• Model EBSTM Gaseous Ethanol Breath Standard ....................................................................................................... X ................
• Scotty 28 0.040 BAC/28L ............................................................................................................................................. X ................
• Scotty 28 0.045 BAC/28L ............................................................................................................................................. X ................
• Scotty 28 0.080 BAC/28L ............................................................................................................................................. X ................
• Scotty 28 0.100 BAC/28L ............................................................................................................................................. X ................
• Scotty 28 0.105 BAC/28L ............................................................................................................................................. X ................
15. Smith & Wesson Electronic Co., Springfield, MA
• Mark II–A Simulator* ..................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
16. Systems Innovation, Inc., Hallstead, PA
• True-Test MD 901* ....................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
17. U.S. Alcohol Testing, Rancho Cucamonga, CA
• Alco-Simulator 2000* .................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
• Alco-Simulator 61000 .................................................................................................................................................... ................ X
*Six instruments marked with an asterisk (*) meet the Model Specifications in 49 FR 48864 (December 14, 1984), i.e. instruments tested at
0.050, 0.100, and 0.150). Instruments not marked with an asterisk meet the model specifications detailed in this notice, and were tested at 0.020,
0.040, 0.080, and 0.160 BrAC.

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Decided: June 19, 2007.
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