Дата публикации: 2017-12-24 09:09
Up to 68 inches above grade level within a horizontal radius of 65 feet from a loose-fill connection and within a horizontal radius of 5 feet from a tight-fill connection.
"Storage, hazardous materials." The keeping, retention or leaving of hazardous materials in closed containers, tanks, cylinders, or similar vessels or vessels supplying operations through closed connections to the vessel.
6. Supports (tank brackets, etc.) and harnesses to elevate the tank for gravity discharge shall be designed to carry all required loads and provide stability. Documentation from the tank manufacturer, an authorized representative of the tank manufacturer or a professional engineer shall be provided to verify compliance with these requirements.
a. Existing buildings shall comply with the paragraphs identified as "Required" (R) based on occupancy classification or use, or both, whichever is applicable.
(b) Applicants for a grant shall certify on the application form that the applicant is eligible to receive a grant under this rule. The form shall be signed by the chief of the fire department or chief executive official(s) of the local government entity applying for the grant.
"Resin application area." An area where reinforced plastics are used to manufacture products by hand lay-up or spray-fabrication methods.
8. The reporting of the hazardous materials incident at a shale oil processing premise would be otherwise impracticable under the circumstances. If one of the above exceptions occurs, the reporting of the hazardous materials incident at a shale oil processing premise shall be made as soon as it is practicable and can be done safely.
"Dispensing device, overhead type." A dispensing device that consists of one or more individual units intended for installation in conjunction with each other, mounted above a dispensing area typically within the motor fuel-dispensing facility canopy structure, and characterized by the use of an overhead hose reel.
(d) Emergency shut off controls. Mobile food units using LP-Gas shall be provided with readily distinguishable and accessible marked exterior emergency shut off controls with a quarter-turn manual gas ball valve. (i) Signage. Signs shall be permanently mounted at the location of the emergency shut off controls and shall state: "EMERGENCY GAS SHUT-OFF VALVE"