NOTE - THE NOTED DISAPPROVED ITEMS MAY NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE LIST OF VIOLATIONS. THE DESIGNER IS TO CONDUCT A COMPLETE RE-REVIEW OF THE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL VIOLATIONS OF THE STANDARD COMMENTS AND INCORRECT INFORMATION PRIOR TO RESUBMITTING.
System plans must be picked up within 30 days. All system plans left longer than 30 days will be discarded as abandoned.
BOB PENKHUS MAZDA
07455 TEST DR
||FYI||PERMIT APPLI CATION
Permit application and support documents received. SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS
tank specifications; UL 142 TANK, SINGLE WALL TANKS
Eight 180 GALLON ASTs NEW OIL Class III B
ONE, USED OIL, CLASS III B LIQUID
In a bermed/diked spill control room
|FYI||Penkhus Select at Powers Autopark, 7455 Test Drive. Bob Penkhus Mazda at Powers Autopark, Phase 2 Expansion
SYSTEMS: fire sprinkler for area; waterflow alarm at a minimum (2010 NFPA)
CN:Code: 09 IBC - 09 IFC - 11 PPRBC /Class: B, S1, S2 / Const: II-B /Stories: 2/Size: 10805 /OL: 109
DV: Proposing a 8,300sf addition to the existing building.
Aboveground storage tank permit to install: Eight ASTs each @ 180 gallons NEW OIL
One, used oil AST @ 1,200 gallons
ALL CLASS IIIB liquids
SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS***
|I||Hazardous Materials Annual Operational Permit
This facility is required to enroll in the HM Annual Operational permit due to the storage and use of combustible liquids. Other materials may exceed the permit amount.
Hazmat Inspector will coordinate the inspection and permit with facility representatives.|
|FYI||The storage of flammable and combustible liquids in containers and tanks shall be in accordance with Chapters 34 and the applicable sections of Chapter 27.
3404.2 Tank storage. The provisions of this section shall apply to:
1. The storage of flammable and combustible liquids in fixed above-ground and underground tanks.
2. The storage of flammable and combustible liquids in fixed above-ground tanks inside of buildings.
3. The storage of flammable and combustible liquids in portable tanks whose capacity exceeds 660 gallons (2498 L).
4. The installation of such tanks and portable tanks.
|FYI||Tanks storing Class I, II and IIIA liquids inside buildings shall be equipped with a device or other means to prevent overflow into the building including, but not limited to: a float valve; a preset meter on the fill line; a valve actuated by the weight of the tank's contents; a low-head pump that is incapable of producing overflow; or a liquid-tight overflow pipe at least one pipe size larger than the fill pipe and discharging by gravity back to the outside source of liquid or to an approved location.
Tanks containing Class IIIB liquids and connected to fuel-burning equipment shall be provided with a means to prevent overflow into buildings in accordance with Section 3404.2.7.5.8.
|FYI||An approved means or method in accordance with Section 3404.2.9.7.6 shall be provided to prevent the overfilling of Class IIIB liquid storage tanks connected to fuel-burning equipment inside buildings.
Protected above-ground tanks shall not be filled in excess of 95 percent of their capacity. An overfill prevention system shall be provided for each tank. During tank-filling operations, the system shall comply with one of the following:
1. The system shall:
1.1 Provide an independent means of notifying the person filling the tank that the fluid level has reached 90 percent of tank capacity by providing an audible or visual alarm signal, providing a tank level gauge marked at 90 percent of tank capacity, or other approved means; and
1.2 Automatically shut off the flow of fuel to the tank when the quantity of liquid in the tank reaches 95 percent of tank capacity. For rigid hose fuel-delivery systems, an approved means shall be provided to empty the fill hose into the tank after the automatic shutoff device is activated.
2. The system shall reduce the flow rate to not more than 15 gallons per minute (0.95 L/sec) so that at the reduced flow rate, the tank will not overfill for 30 mi-nutes, and automatically shut off flow into the tank so that none of the fittings on the top of the tank are exposed to product because of overfilling.
*** THESE TANKS ARE NOT CONNECTED TO FUEL BURNING EQUIPMENT AND THE ABOVE IS NOT REQUIRED THOUGH RECOMMENDED. SPCC PLAN INDICATES THAT OVERFILL PROTECTION WILL BE PROVIDED. THIS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED FOR GUIDANCE.|
|FYI||Tanks more than 100 gallons (379 L) in capacity, which are permanently installed or mounted and used for the storage of Class I, II or III liquids, shall bear a label and placard identifying the material therein. Placards shall be in accordance with NFPA 704.|
|FYI||Vent pipe outlets for tanks storing Class I, II or IIIA liquids shall be located such that the vapors are released at a safe point outside of buildings and not less than 12 feet (3658 mm) above the finished ground level. Vapors shall be discharged upward or horizontally away from adjacent walls to assist in vapor dispersion. Vent outlets shall be located such that flammable vapors will not be trapped by eaves or other obstructions and shall be at least 5 feet (1524 mm) from building openings or lot lines of properties that can be built upon. Vent outlets on atmospheric tanks storing Class IIIB liquids are allowed to discharge inside a building if the vent is a normally closed vent
Vent piping shall be designed, sized, constructed and installed in accordance with Section 3403.6. Vent pipes shall be installed such that they will drain toward the tank without sags or traps in which liquid can collect. Vent pipes shall be installed in such a manner so as not to be subject to physical damage or vibration.
***CLASS IIIB tanks vents are allowed to discharge inside if the vent is normally closed vent.|