1. U.S. DOT (FMCSA) 49 CFR § 392.25 & 393.95 (g) Prohibits the carrying of any flame-producing flare on any Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) transporting explosives; any cargo of flammable liquid or flammable compressed gas, whether loaded or empty; or any CMV using compressed gas as a motor fuel.
2. MUTCD Type A (flashing) and Type C (solid on)
3. NFPA 1901 Standards for Traffic Safety, Section 6.7.3 Miscellaneous Equipment
- MUTCD Type A
Flashing warning lights shall not be used for delineation, as a series of flashers fails to identify the desired vehicle path.
Type A Low-Intensity Flashing warning lights, Type C Steady-Burn warning lights, and Type D 360-degree Steady-Burn warning lights shall be maintained so as to be capable of being visible on a clear night from a distance of 900 m (3,000 ft). Type B High-Intensity Flashing warning lights shall be maintained so as to be capable of being visible on a sunny day when viewed without the sun directly on or behind the device from a distance of 300 m (1,000 ft).
Warning lights shall have a minimum mounting height of 750 mm (30 in) to the bottom of the lens.
Type A Low-Intensity Flashing warning lights are used to warn road users during nighttime hours that they are approaching or proceeding in a potentially hazardous area.
Type A warning lights may be mounted on channelizing devices.
MUTC Type C:
Type C Steady-Burn warning lights and Type D 360-degree Steady-Burn warning lights may be used during nighttime hours to delineate the edge of the traveled way.
When used to delineate a curve, Type C and Type D 360-degree warning lights should only be used on devices on the outside of the curve, and not on the inside of the curve.
- NFPA 1901 Standards for Traffic Safety, Section 6.7.3 Miscellaneous Equipment
This particular link is 216 pages long and the only area pertinent to Maxflare is Chapter 13 not 6.7.2 as provided by China.
All items pertaining to lighting and wiring requirements are compliant with the NFPA document.