1 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.
CFR means Title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations of the United States, revised as of January 1, 2004. (CFR)
gas lighter means a lighter that uses as fuel liquid hydrocarbons, such asn-butane and isobutane, that have a gauge vapour pressure at 24°C greater than 100 kPa. (briquet à gaz)
luxury lighter means a lighter, other than a utility lighter, that is refillable and that has
(b) if it is imported into Canada, a value for duty of more than $2.50 as determined in accordance with sections 47 to 55 of the Customs Act. (briquet de luxe)
wick lighter means a lighter that uses as fuel liquid hydrocarbons, such as hexane, that have a gauge vapour pressure at 24°C not greater than 34 kPa. (briquet à essence)
12 (1) The test apparatus required for a wick lighter drop test is a concrete slab as described in subsection 8(1).
16 A manufacturer or an importer of a luxury lighter must prepare and maintain documents that identify the lighter and that show the following information, and must keep those documents for a period of six years after the date of sale or the date of importation:
(b) in the case of an imported lighter, the value for duty as determined in accordance with sections 47 to 55 of the Customs Act.
15 A manufacturer or an importer of a lighter, other than a luxury lighter, must
(c) within 15 days after the day on which an inspector’s request is received, provide to the inspector, in English or French, the test data on which the statement referred to in paragraph (a) is based, including the information set out in sections 1210.4(g)(1) to (10) or 1212.4(g)(1) to (10), as applicable, of the CFR, and the name and model of the lighter to which the test data relates.
7 A gas lighter, when tested in accordance with the procedures described in sections 5, 6 and 8 to 10 of the schedule, must not exhibit
(b) a vertical flame height in excess of the maximum values, as the case may be, specified in subsection 6(1);