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  1. Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1038 (Section 2)
    •  (1) In these Regulations,

      ambient temperature

      ambient temperature means the surrounding air temperature measured at such a distance from a vehicle under test that the temperature is not significantly affected by heat from the vehicle; (température ambiante)

      engine coolant temperature indicator

      engine coolant temperature indicator  means a device that presents information concerning the temperature of the coolant; (indicateur de température du liquide de refroidissement)

      engine coolant temperature tell-tale

      engine coolant temperature tell-tale  means a signal that, when alight, indicates that the temperature of the engine coolant is above the normal engine running temperature prescribed by the manufacturer; (témoin de température du liquide de refroidissement)

      initial brake temperature

      initial brake temperature[Repealed, SOR/99-357, s. 1]

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  2. Energy Efficiency Regulations, 2016 - SOR/2016-311 (Section 642)

     For the purpose of subsection 5(1) of the Act, the information set out in column 3 of the table to this section must be collected in accordance with the standard set out in column 2 and provided to the Minister in respect of a commercial refrigerator-freezer described in column 1.

    TABLE

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
    Item Energy-using Product Standard Information
    1 Commercial refrigerator-freezers that are self-contained, closed, not transparent and manufactured on or after April 1, 2007 and before March 27, 2017 CSA C657, Test Procedure A
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    • (c) for each compartment tested at the lowest temperature setting, the integrated average temperature, expressed in degrees Celsius, at the lowest temperature setting.

    2 Commercial refrigerator-freezers that are self-contained, transparent and manufactured on or after April 1, 2007 and before January 1, 2012 CSA C657, Test Procedure A
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    • (c) for each compartment tested at the lowest temperature setting, the integrated average temperature, expressed in degrees Celsius, at the lowest temperature setting.

    3 Commercial refrigerator-freezers that are self-contained, open or transparent and manufactured on or after January 1, 2012 and before March 27, 2017 CSA C657, Test Procedure A
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    • (b) for each compartment tested at the lowest temperature setting, the integrated average temperature, expressed in degrees Celsius, at the lowest temperature setting; and

    4 Commercial refrigerator-freezers that are remote-condensing and manufactured on or after January 1, 2012 and before March 27, 2017 CSA C657, Test Procedure A
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    • (b) for each compartment tested at the lowest temperature setting, the integrated average temperature, expressed in degrees Celsius, at the lowest temperature setting; and

    5 Commercial refrigerator-freezers that are manufactured on or after March 27, 2017 CSA C657, Test Procedure B
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    • (b) for each compartment tested at the lowest temperature setting, the integrated average temperature, expressed in degrees Celsius, at the lowest temperature setting; and

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  3. Weights and Measures Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1605 (Section 270)
    •  (1) In this section,

      VCF

      VCF  means, in respect of a mechanical or electronic automatic temperature compensator, the applicable volume correction factor

      • (a) at the temperature of the measured liquid during each test of the compensator, in the column corresponding to the density at 15°C in kilograms per cubic metre for which the compensator is marked or adjusted, or to the density corresponding to the cubical coefficient of thermal expansion, relative density or API gravity for which the compensator is marked or adjusted, that is set out

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      • (b) at the temperature of the measured liquid during each test of the compensator, in the column corresponding to the agreed or experimentally determined cubical coefficient of thermal expansion at 15°C for that liquid and for which the compensator is marked or adjusted, that is set out, in the case of special petroleum liquids to which Tables 54A, 54B and 54D of the API Standard are not applicable, in Table 54C of the API Standard, or

      • (c) at the temperature of the measured liquid during each test of the compensator, in the column corresponding to the density at 15°C in grams per litre for which the compensator is marked or adjusted, or to the density corresponding to the cubical coefficient of thermal expansion, relative density or API gravity for which the compensator is marked or adjusted, that is set out, in the case of liquefied petroleum gases, natural gas liquids and asphalts, in Table 54 of the ASTM-IP Petroleum Measurement Tables, with designation ASTM D1250, 1953 Metric Edition. (FCV)

    • (2) Subject to subsections (4) to (6), the limits of error set out in the table to this subsection apply in respect of mechanical automatic temperature compensators used in conjunction with meters in the measurement of liquids.

      TABLE

      Column I Column II Column III
      Item Known Test Quantity Acceptance Limits of Error In-Service Limits of Error
      1 Test volume shall be in accordance with specifications established pursuant to section 13 for mechanical automatic temperature compensators for use with any device or class, type or design of device The ratio NET/GROSS shall lie in the range from

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      The ratio NET/GROSS shall lie in the range from

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    • (3) In the table to subsection (2) and in subsections (5) and (7),

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      • (b)  ΔT is the difference in degrees Celsius

        • (i) between the test temperature and 15°C where the compensator is used with a meter designed to measure liquids at ambient temperature, or

        • (ii) between the test temperature and the mid-range temperature of the compensator, where the compensator is used with a meter designed to measure liquids at temperatures other than ambient temperature, and for the purposes of calculating the limits of error, “ΔT” shall not exceed 15°C except in the case of a compensator used with a meter designed to measure liquids at ambient temperature.

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    • (5) In addition to being within applicable limits of error, the NET/GROSS ratios shall agree within 0.001 on at least two of three consecutive tests at the same temperature under controlled conditions.

    • (6) The limits of error for mechanical automatic temperature compensators submitted for approval pursuant to section 3 of the Act shall be one half the limits of error set out in the table to subsection (2).

    • (7) The limits of error set out in the table to this subsection apply in respect of electronic automatic temperature compensators used in conjunction with meters in the measurement of liquids.

      TABLE

      Column I Column II Column III
      Item Known Test Quantity Acceptance Limits of Error In-Service Limits of Error
      1 Test volume shall be in accordance with specifications established pursuant to section 13 for electronic automatic temperature compensators for use with any device or class, type or design of device The VCF applied to the gross registration shall be not more than the VCF corresponding to a temperature that is 0.5°C less than the test temperature, and not less than the VCF corresponding to a temperature that is 0.5°C more than the test temperature The VCF applied to the gross registration shall be not more than the VCF corresponding to a temperature that is 1°C less than the test temperature, and not less than the VCF corresponding to a temperature that is 1°C more than the test temperature
    • (8) Where an automatic temperature compensator referred to in subsection (7) is not marked as described in the definition VCF in subsection (1), the printed ticket, card, bill of lading or other printed record of a transaction shall specify the density, relative density, API gravity or cubical coefficient of thermal expansion, as appropriate, for which the compensator is adjusted, for each delivery by the meter.

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  4. Weights and Measures Regulations - C.R.C., c. 1605 (Section 178)
    •  (1) An electronic machine shall perform within the applicable limits of error, when tested after being calibrated and zeroed, under relative humidity conditions between 10 per cent and 95 per cent, and under one of the following operating conditions:

      • (a) the ambient temperature range is -10°C to +40°C, unless expressly specified otherwise on the approval application and marked on the machine;

      • (b) if the specified minimum temperature is lower than -10°C or the specified maximum temperature is more than +40°C, the machine shall bear markings specifying the minimum and maximum temperatures and shall be approved for use within this expanded temperature range, if Measurement Canada laboratories are equipped to test at those temperatures;

      • (c) when a machine meets the conditions described in paragraphs (a) and (b), it may be used beyond the approved minimum and maximum temperatures if it continues to perform within allowable limits of error; or

      • (d) if the specified minimum temperature is higher than -10°C or the specified maximum temperature is less than +40°C, the machine shall bear markings specifying the minimum and maximum temperatures and shall only be approved for use within this reduced temperature range.

    • (2) The difference between the specified minimum and maximum temperatures for an electronic machine shall not be less than

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    • (3) An electronic machine shall perform within the applicable limits of error when tested at a constant ambient temperature that does not vary more than 5°C.

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  5. Canada Oil and Gas Installations Regulations - SOR/96-118 (Section 23)
    •  (1) In this section,

      class A-60 division

      class A-60 division means a division formed by a bulkhead or deck that is

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      • (c) insulated with non-combustible materials so that, if either side is exposed to a standard fire test, after 60 minutes the average temperature on the unexposed face will not increase by more than 139°C above the initial temperature and the temperature at any point on the unexposed face, including any joint, will not increase by more than 180°C above the initial temperature; (cloisonnement de classe A-60)

      class B-15 division

      class B-15 division means a division formed by a bulkhead, ceiling or lining that is

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      • (c) insulated so that if either face is exposed to the first 30 minute period of a standard fire test, the average temperature on the unexposed face will not increase at any time during the first 15 minutes of the test by more than 139°C above that initial temperature, and the temperature at any point on the unexposed face, including any joint, will not increase by more than 225°C above the initial temperature after exposure for 15 minutes; (cloisonnement de classe B-15)

      class H-120 division

      class H-120 division means a division formed by a bulkhead or deck that is

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      • (c) insulated with non-combustible material so that, if either face is exposed to a hydrocarbon fire test, after 120 minutes the average temperature on the unexposed face will not increase by more than 139°C above the initial temperature, and the temperature at any point on the unexposed face, including any joint, will not increase by more than 180°C above the initial temperature; (cloisonnement de classe H-120)

      hydrocarbon fire test

      hydrocarbon fire test means a test in which a specimen division, which division resembles as closely as possible the intended construction of the division, includes, where appropriate, at least one joint and has an exposed surface of not less than 4.65 m2 and a height or a length of not less than 2.44 m, is exposed in a test furnace to temperatures corresponding approximately to a time-temperature relationship defined by a smooth curve drawn through the following temperature points measured above the initial furnace temperature, namely,

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