||Attention||Facility is adding an area of racks (24'x4') for the storage of CLASS I-IV commodities only. This brings the total square footage of storage over 6 feet to approximately 241 sq ft. (not including required aisles).
This addition still does not drive a high pile storage permit and is an acceptable setup. No inspection required at this point. |
||FYI||This project is: Chemspec High Pile Storage.
Latest date shown on plans reviewed: 3-26-12
Plans are reviewed to the 2003 Colorado Springs Fire Code.|
|FYI||MULTI CLASS HIGH-PILED STORAGE AREAS: High-piled storage areas classified as Class I through Class IV not separated from high-piled storage areas classified as high hazard shall utilize the aggregate of all high-piled storage areas as high hazard for purposes of determining requirements. To be considered as separated, 1-hour fire-resistance-rated fire barrier walls shall be constructed in accordance with the International Building Code. Openings in such walls shall be protected by opening protective assemblies having a 1-hour fire protection rating.(2003 IFC §2306.3.2.1)|
|Attention||HIGH PILED STORAGE NOT PERMITTED: This facility is not stocking ordinary combustible materials over 12 feet, or high hazard combustibles over 6 feet. Applicable "No Stacking" agreements are attached to the plans. Applicable "No Stacking" signs must be posted throughout the warehouse/stock room as per CSFD requirements.
SEE EXCEPTION COMMENT.|
|Attention||EXCEPTION - The facility is permitted to have storage of high hazard commodities over 6 feet in locations identified on the plans ONLY. These areas are not more than 2500sq ft. With the space being fully sprinklered, no additional provisions required. Signs in these areas may be installed at 12 feet.
All other areas will be kept to 6 feet of storage or less. Signs in all other areas must be kept at 6 feet. |