Exemptions from Classification as Banned Hazardous Substances
(1)Chemistry sets and other science education sets intended primarily for juveniles, and replacement components for such sets when labeled in accordance with ORS 453.015 (Application) and 453.035 (Standards for labeling of hazardous substances) and OAR 333-016-0095 (Exemptions for Small Packages, Minor Hazards, and Special Circumstances)(23).
(2)Educational materials such as art materials, preserved biological specimens, laboratory chemicals, and other articles intended and used for educational purposes.
(3)Liquid fuels containing more than four percent by weight of methyl alcohol that are intended and used for operation of miniature engines for model airplanes, boats, cars, etc.
(4)Novelties consisting of a mixture of polyvinyl acetate, U.S. certified colors, and not more than 25 percent by weight of acetone, and intended for blowing plastic balloons.
(5)Games containing, as the sole hazardous component, a self-pressurized container of soap solution or similar foam-generating mixture, provided that the foam-generating component has no hazards other than being in a self-pressurized container.
(6)Model rocket propellant devices designed for use in light-weight, recoverable, and reflyable model rockets, provided such devices:
(a)Are designed to be ignited by electrical means;
(b)Contain no more than 62.5 grams (2.2 ounces) of propellant material and produce less than 80 newton-seconds (17.92 pound-seconds) of total impulse with thrust duration not less than 0.050 second;
(c)Are constructed such that all chemical ingredients are preloaded into a cylindrical paper or similarly constructed nonmetallic tube that will not fragment into sharp, hard pieces;
(d)Are designed so that they will not burst under normal conditions of use, are incapable of spontaneous ignition, and do not contain any type of explosive or pyrotechnic warhead other than a small parachute or recovery-system activation charge.
(7)Separate delay train and/or recovery system activation devices intended for use with premanufactured model rocket engines wherein all of the chemical ingredients are preloaded so the user does not handle any chemical ingredient and are so designed that the main casing or container does not rupture during operation.
(8)Self-pressurized products containing fluorocarbon propellants, provided that the product has no hazards other than being self-pressurized and containing a fluorocarbon propellant and is labeled in accordance with OAR 333-016-0150 (Self-Pressurized Containers; Labeling).
Rule 333-016-0105 — Exemptions from Classification as Banned Hazardous Substances,