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function of the committee is to review all proposed revisions and amendments in order to keep this Standard up to date. Comments concerning this Standard and suggestions for its revision may be addressed to any member of the committee or to the Office of Engineering Standards Services, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. 20234, which acts as secretary for the committee.

Representing Producers

Frank Chaffin (Chairman), W. S. Shamban and Company, 711

Mitchell Road, P.O. Box 397, Newbury Park, Calif. 91320
Edward P. Anderson, Bunnel Plastics, Inc., 12th Street and

Ferry Avenue, Camden, N. J. 08104
Myron L. Bailey, Chemplast, Inc., 150 Dey Road, Wayne, N. J.

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Representing Distributors

Walter Haller, Almac Plastics, Inc., 6311 Erdman Avenue, Balti

more, Md., 21205 Ronald Hawks, Roberts and Porter, Inc., 4140 West Victoria Ave

nue, Chicago, Ill. 60646 Frank Futral, Epsco Engineering Company, Box 13157, Houston,

Tex. 77019

Users

Maynard Eaves, Hewlett Packard Company, 1501 Page Mill Road,

Palo Alto, Calif. 94304
Arron F. McCrary, American Hospital Association, 840 North

Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Ill. 60611
David A. Radovsky, IBM Corporation, Department C-30, 904

Building, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 14302

9. ACCEPTORS

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The producers, distributors, users, and others listed below have individually indicated in writing their acceptance of this Voluntary Product Standard prior to its publication. The acceptors have indicated their intention to use this Standard as far as practicable but reserve the right to depart from it when necessary. The list is published to show the extent of recorded public support for this Standard

sales literature, and the like. The following statement is suggested
when sufficient space is available:
This Grade Type Class –

of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) plastic tubing conforms to all of the requirements established in Voluntary Product Standard PS 52–71, developed cooperatively with the industry and published by the National Bureau of Standards under the Procedures for the Development of Voluntary Product Standards of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Full responsibility for the conformance of this product to the standard is assumed by (name and address of producer or

distributor). The following abbreviated statement is suggested when available space on labels is insufficient for the full statement:

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Conforms to PTFE Grade Type Class

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The effective date of this Voluntary Product Standard is the date upon which reference to the Standard may be made by producers, distributors, users and consumers, and other interested parties. Compliance by producers with all of the requirements of this Voluntary Product Standard may not actually occur until some time after its effective date. Products shall not be represented as conforming to this Voluntary Product Standard until such time as all requirements established in the Standard are met. The effective date of this Standard is November 15, 1971,

7. HISTORY OF PROJECT

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The Society of the Plastics Industry, Inc., requested the assistance of the Department of Commerce in establishing a Voluntary Product Standard for polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) plastic tubing. A proposed draft of the Standard was developed and in May 1971, the proposed Standard was approved by the Standard Review Committee. In July 1971, public announcement was made, and the recommended Voluntary Product Standard was widely circulated to the industry for acceptance. The response to this circulation indicated a consensus of acceptability within the industry as defined in the Procedures for the Development of Voluntary Product Standards. Accordingly, the Standard, designated PS 52–71, Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Plastic Tubing was approved for publication by the National Bureau of Standards to be effective November 15, 1971.

Technical Standards Coordinator:
Leslie H. Breden, Office of Engineering Standards Services, Na-

tional Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. 20234

8. STANDING COMMITTEE The individuals whose names are listed below constitute the membership of the Standing Committee for this Standard. The function of the committee is to review all proposed revisions and amendments in order to keep this Standard up to date. Comments concerning this Standard and suggestions for its revision may be addressed to any member of the committee or to the Office of Engineering Standards Services, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C. 20234, which acts as secretary for the committee.

Representing Producers

Frank Chaffin (Chairman), W. S. Shamban and Company, 711

Mitchell Road, P.O. Box 397, Newbury Park, Calif. 91320
Edward P. Anderson, Bunnel Plastics, Inc., 12th Street and

Ferry Avenue, Camden, N. J. 08104
Myron L. Bailey, Chemplast, Inc., 150 Dey Road, Wayne, N. J.

07470

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Walter Haller, Almac Plastics, Inc., 6311 Erdman Avenue, Balti

more, Md., 21205 Ronald Hawks, Roberts and Porter, Inc., 4140 West Victoria Ave

nue, Chicago, Ill. 60646 Frank Futral, Epsco Engineering Company, Box 13157, Houston,

Tex. 77019

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Users

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Maynard Eaves, Hewlett Packard Company, 1501 Page Mill Road,

Palo Alto, Calif. 94304
Arron F. McCrary, American Hospital Association, 840 North

Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Ill. 60611
David A. Radovsky, IBM Corporation, Department C-30, 904

Building, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 14302

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9. ACCEPTORS

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The producers, distributors, users, and others listed below have individually indicated in writing their acceptance of this Voluntary Product Standard prior to its publication. The acceptors have indicated their intention to use this Standard as far as practicable but reserve the right to depart from it when necessary. The list is published to show the extent of recorded public support for this Standard.

PRODUCERS

American Hoechst Corporation, Commack, N.Y. Plastomer Corporation, Newtown, Pa.
Bunnell Plastics, Inc., Camden, N.J.

Polymer Corporation, The, Reading, Pa.
Chemplast, Inc., Wayne, N.J.

Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc., Manheim, Pa.
CIMCO Wire and Cable Company, Allendale, Royal Industries, El Segundo, Calif.
N.J.

Saunders Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Crane Packing Company, Morton Grove, Ill. Screens and Fabricated Metals Corporation, N. Edlon Plastics, Inc., Levittown, Pa.

Bergen, N. J. E. 1. duPont de Nemours Company. Wilming- Shamban, W. S., and Company, Los Angeles, ton, Del.

Calif. Enflo Corporation, Maple Shade, N.J.

Sperry Rubber and Plastics Company, BrookFluorocarbon Company, The, Rosemont, ni.

ville, Ind. Haveg Industries, Inc., Winooski, Vt.

Surf Chemical, Inc., Hackettstown, N. J. Kessler Products Company, Inc., Youngstown, Technical Fluorocarbons Engineering, Inc., Ohio

Warwick, R. I. Modern Industrial Plastics Division, Dayton, Teledyne Thermatics, Elm City, N. C. Ohio

Teleflex Inc., Dover, N. J. Newage Industries, Inc., Jenkintown, Pa. Wireonics Products Company. Winnetka, Ill.

DISTRIBUTORS, USERS, AND GENERAL INTEREST

Aeroquip Corporation, Jackson, Mich.

Honeywell, Inc., Fort Washington, Pa. Allied Chemical Corporation, Morristown, N. J. Hughes, R. S., Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Almac Plastics, Baltimore, Md.

IBM Corporation, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. American Durafilm Company, Newton Lower ICI America, Inc., Stamford, Conn. Falls, Mass.

Jefferson Chemical Company, Inc., Port Neches, American Hospital Association, Chicago, Ill. Тех. American Standards Testing Bureau, Inc., New Johnson Service Company, Milwaukee, Wis. York, N. Y.

Kontes Glass Company, Vineland, N. J. Arco Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. LFE Corporation, Hamden, Conn. Atlantic Richfield Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Livingstone Coating Corporation, Charlotte, BASF Wyandotte Corportaion, Wyandotte, N. C. Mich.

Lockheed-Georgia Company, Marietta, Ga. Beckman Instruments, Inc., Fullerton, Calif. Long's Refrigeration Service, San Bernardino, Bell and Howell, Pasadena, Calif.

Calif.
Briggs Rubber Products Company, New Castle, Merck and Company, Inc., Rahway, N.J.
Del.

Metalwel Inc Philadelphia, Pa.
Budd Company, Newark, Del.

Mine Safety Appliances Company, Pittsburgh. Cadillac Plastic and Chemical Company, De- Pa. troit, Mich.

Modern Plastics and Glass, Bridgeport, Conn. Cambridge Thermionic Corporation, Cambridge, Natvar Corporation, Woodbridge, N. J. Mass.

Omaha Testing Laboratories, Inc., Omaha, Neb. Canadian Industries Limited, Toronto, Canada PPG Industries, Pittsburgh, Pa. Carlisle Corporation, Tarrytown, N. Y.

Pennwalt Corporation, King of Prussia, Pa. Celluplastics, Inc., Fitchburg, Mass.

Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory, Pittsburgh, Pa. Chase Company, The, Union City, Calif. Plastic Center, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Cobon Plastics Corporation, Newark, N. J. Proctor and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio Components Engineering Radiation Inc., Mel- Quantum, Inc., Wallingford, Conn. bourne, Fla.

RCA Corporation, Camden, N. J. Cope Plastics Illinois, Inc., Godfrey, Ill.

Redmond Plastics, Inc., Marion, N. Y. Cutler Hammer Inc., Milwaukee, Wis.

Roberts and Porter, Inc., Chicago, ni. Dilectrix Corporation, Farmingdale, N. Y. S and S Manufacturing Company, Rahway, Electro Chemical Engineering and Manufac

N. J. turing Company, Emmaus, Pa.

Scott Graphics, Inc., Holyoke, Mass. Engineering Labs, Inc., Pompton Lakes, N. J. Sparta Manufacturing Company, Dover, Ohio Fluoro Plastics, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa.

Tektronix, Inc., Beaverton, Oreg. Foote Mineral Company, Exton, Pa.

Texplast International Company, Berkeley Fowler, R. W. and Associates, Inc., Atlantic Heights, N. J. Beach, Fla.

Triplex Rubber and Supply Company, Houston, Gibson Products Corporation, Greenville, Mich. Tex. Glidden-Durkee, Cleveland, Ohio

U.S. Industrial Chemicals Company, Tuscola, Goodrich, B. F., Company, The, Akron, Ohio Ill. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, The, United States Testing Company, Inc., Hoboken, Akron, Ohio

N. J.
Greene, Tweed and Company, Inc., North Universal Oil Products Company, Des Plaines,
Wales, Pa.

Ill.
Gulf Research and Development Company, Ventron Corporation, Beverly, Mass.
Pittsburgh, Pa.

Vulcan Materials Chemicals Division, Wichita, Hercules, Inc., Wilmington, Del.

Kans. Hewlett-Packard Company, Palo Alto, Calif.

FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

Arizona, State of, Phoenix, Ariz.

Pennsylvania, Commonwealth of, Bureau of Florida, State of, Tallahassee, Fla.

Standards, Harrisburg, Pa. General Services Administration, Washington, Texas State Board of Control, Austin, Tex. D. C.

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, Nebraska, State of, Lincoln, Neb.

D.C. North Carolina, State of, Raleigh, N. C. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Oregon, State of, Salem, Oreg.

Welfare, Washington, D.C.

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