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MIL-HDBK-1008B
Requests for approval must demonstrate that procedures, in accordance with the
component radiological health and safety regulations, are in place to track
and control inventory, to remove and replace devices at the end of their
useful life, to identify, evaluate, and decontaminate leaking or broken
devices, and to properly dispose of the devices once they are removed.  Use
radioluminious signs and markers only in cases where the user has clearly
demonstrated the unique requirement for such devices (e.g., electrical power
is not available, long distances of wire and conduit make the installation of
conventional devices impractical, or where explosive environments exist).
2.7
Interior Finish
2.7.1
New Construction, Alterations, Renovations.  Wall and ceiling
finishes and movable partitions shall conform to the requirements of NFPA 101,
except as follows:
a)  Interior finish for means of egress, hospital patient rooms,
sleeping rooms, and correction facilities shall be Class A only.  Class B
interior finish may be substituted for Class A interior finish throughout
health care facilities that are completely protected with automatic sprinklers
and that have quick response sprinklers installed throughout smoke
compartments containing sleeping rooms.
b)  Flame spread (FS) and smoke development (SD) shall be tested in
accordance with ASTM E84 (NFPA 255).  Tests shall not exceed FS rating of 25
and SD rating of 50 for Class A materials, FS rating of 75 and SD rating of
100 for Class B materials, and FS rating of 200 and SD rating of 200 for Class
C materials.  Class C interior finish shall only be permitted in fully
sprinklered buildings.
c)  Cellular plastics shall not be used as interior wall and
ceiling materials.  Drop-out ceilings (foam-grid panels) may be used in
existing buildings if they are listed by a NRTL for installation under
automatic sprinkler systems.  Drop-out ceilings shall be installed in strict
accordance with testing laboratory instructions; and automatic sprinklers
shall be installed above the panels.  Where new automatic sprinklers are
installed in an existing building, drop-out ceilings shall not be used.  Drop-
out ceilings shall not be used in new buildings.  Drop-out panels shall not be
installed above sprinkler systems.
d)
For incidental trim, refer to NFPA 101.
e)  Carpeting and other textile wall coverings shall only be
applied as an interior finish if the material passes the acceptance criteria
of the UBC Standard 42-2, Test Method for Textile Wall Coverings, conducted by
a NRTL.
Exception:
Carpeting and other textile wall coverings which have
passed ASTM E84 may be used as an interior finish in
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