Operation And Maintenance Checklist

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Part 232–Perchloroethylene Dry-Cleaning
Operation and Maintenance Checklist
For 3 - and 4 - Generation Perc Dry-Cleaning Machines
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Complete separate checklists for each dry-cleaning machine in the facility.
This form must be completed at least once during each 6 month period for each machine.
Facility Name:__________________________________________________________________________________________
Address:______________________________City:________________________State:_______Zip Code:_________________
Telephone Number:(______)_____________________
NYSDEC ID No.:__________________________________________
Machine #:________________ Machine Type: ~ Third-Generation ~ Fourth Generation
Operator Name:________________________________________ Certification #: __________________________
Operator Signature: _____________________________________ Date checklist completed: ______/______/______
Operation & Maintenance: Dry-Cleaning Machines
Perc Vapor Adsorbers:
Does operation ensure exhaust gas recirculation at optimum carbon adsorber temperature?
(Indicate temperature: ________<F)
Yes No N/A
Cartridge filters:
Is cartridge filter drained in filter housing for at least 24 hours before disposal or is it dried, stripped, sparged, or
otherwise treated within the sealed filter housing?
Yes No N/A
Is adsorptive cartridge filter drained in filter housing for at least 48 hours before disposal or is it dried, stripped,
sparged, or otherwise treated within the sealed filter housing?
Yes No N/A
If cartridge filter is transferred to separate device to further reduce the volume of Perc:
Does device route vapor to a primary closed-loop system, with no exhaust to the atmosphere? Yes No N/A
During filter transfer, is filter housing closed as soon as possible to minimize vapor leaks? Yes No N/A
If a Mixed-Use facility with a general exhaust ventilation system, is it operated during the filter transfer? Yes No N/A
Steam and Refrigerated Condensing coils:
Are all steam and refrigerated condensing coils free of lint and hard lint buildup on interior surfaces? Yes No N/A
Operation & Maintenance: Ancillary Equipment
Stills and muck cookers:
Does still or muck cooker route Perc-contaminated vapors to a condenser or other control device and recycle
condenser vapors into the machine, such that no still or muck cooker emissions are vented into facility?
Yes No N/A
Is still operated at less than 75% of capacity or less than manufacturer-specified limit? Capacity: _________ Yes No N/A
Is still cooled to 100<F (38<C) or less before being emptied or cleaned? Yes No N/A
Is muck cooker at less than 75% of capacity or less than manufacturer-specified limit? Capacity:__________ Yes No N/A
Is muck cooker cooled to 100<F (38<C) or less before being emptied or cleaned? Yes No N/A
Date still or muck cooker last cleaned? ___/___/___
Button and lint traps:
Is the button trap cleaned daily? Yes No N/A
Is the lint trap cleaned daily? Yes No N/A
If the facility has a general exhaust ventilation system (required with a vapor barrier room enclosure), is it
operated while button and lint traps are cleaned?
Yes No N/A
Is the lint placed in a tightly sealed container? Yes No N/A
Form 232-8 (3/2006) Page 1 of 2 O & M Checklist For 3 & 4 Generation Machines
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