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.
KING SOOPERS FUELING STATION NO 719 KIOSK
09257 UNION BL
||FYI||Piping Upgrade permit application and documents were submitted to the DFM.
||FYI||This project is: King Soopers Fuel Canopy Expansion, 9255 N Union Boulevard. Adding two new DIESEL fuel dispensers to an existing fuel canopy and extending the canopy. (NO NEW TANKS OR IMPACTS TO EXISTING USTS). Of the two new diesel dispensers one existing is being replaced with a new dispenser and one new dispenser is being added.
Plans are RECOMMEND for APPROVAL
Latest date shown on plans reviewed: August 2012, stamp is Sept 4, 2012. Plans are reviewed to the 2009 Colorado Springs Fire Code as well as applicable city codes and standards.
Automotive motor fuel-dispensing facilities, marine motor fuel-dispensing facilities, fleet vehicle motor fuel-dispensing facilities, aircraft motor-vehicle fuel-dispensing facilities and repair garages shall be in accordance with chapter 22 of the IFC 2009, as amended, and the International Building Code, International Fuel Gas Code and International Mechanical Code. Such operations shall include both those that are accessible to the public and private operations.|
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Plans were reviewed at DRE RBD within construction set.
CONTRACTOR/ARCHITECT: PLEASE COMPLETE A PIPING UPGRADE PERMIT APPLICATION FORM WHICH MAY BE FOUND ON THE CSFD PACKETS WEBSITE. SUBMIT COMPLETED FORM AND A REDUCED SIZE SET OF THESE CONSTRUCTION PLANS (FOR INSPECTIONS) TO THE CSFD DIV OF THE FIRE MARSHAL AT 375 PRINTERS PKWY, COLORADO SPRINGS CO 80910.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE DIV OF FIRE MARSHAL OFFICE @ 719-385-5978.
****MULTIPLE INSPECTIONS MAY BE REQUIRED: CONTACT THE DFM @ 719-385-5978 TO SCHEDULE THE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPECIALIST INPSECTOR, JAY WEIGHTMAN:
|FYI||Dispensing devices shall be located as follows:
1. Ten feet (3048 mm) or more from lot lines.
2. Ten feet (3048 mm) or more from buildings having combustible exterior wall surfaces or buildings having noncombustible exterior wall surfaces that are not part of a 1-hour fire-resistance-rated assembly or buildings having combustible overhangs.
Exception: Canopies constructed in accordance with the International Building Code providing weather protection for the fuel islands.
3. Such that all portions of the vehicle being fueled will be on the premises of the motor fuel-dispensing facility.
4. Such that the nozzle, when the hose is fully extended, will not reach within 5 feet (1524 mm) of building openings.
5. Twenty feet (6096 mm) or more from fixed sources of ignition.
|FYI||The design, fabrication and installation of fuel-dispensing systems for flammable or combustible liquid fuels shall be in accordance with Sections 2206.7.1 through 2188.8.131.52.4. Alcohol blended fuel-dispensing systems shall also comply with Section 2206.8.
Electrical equipment, dispensers, hose, nozzles and submersible or subsurface pumps used in fuel-dispensing systems shall be listed.
Class I and II liquids shall be transferred from tanks by means of fixed pumps designed and equipped to allow control of the flow and prevent leakage or accidental discharge.
Dispensing devices, except those installed on top of a protected above-ground tank that qualifies as vehicle-impact resistant, shall be protected against physical damage by mounting on a concrete island 6 inches (152 mm) or more in height, or shall be protected in accordance with Section 312. Dispensing devices shall be installed and securely fastened to their mounting surface in accordance with the dispenser manufacturer's instructions. Dispensing devices installed indoors shall be located in an approved position where they cannot be struck by an out-of-control vehicle descending a ramp or other slope.
An approved automatic emergency shutoff valve designed to close in the event of a fire or impact shall be properly installed in the liquid supply line at the base of each dispenser supplied by a remote pump. The valve shall be installed so that the shear groove is flush with or within1/2 inch (12.7 mm) of the top of the concrete dispenser island and there is clearance provided for maintenance purposes around the valve body and operating parts. The valve shall be installed at the liquid supply line inlet of each overhead-type dispenser. Where installed, a vapor return line located inside the dispenser hous-ing shall have a shear section or approved flexible connector for the liquid supply line emergency shutoff valve to function. Emergency shutoff valves shall be installed and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, tested at the time of initial installation and at least yearly thereafter in accordance with Section 2205.2.4.
|FYI||Dispenser hoses shall be a maximum of 18 feet (5486 mm) in length unless otherwise approved. Dispenser hoses shall be listed and approved. When not in use, hoses shall be reeled, racked or otherwise protected from damage.
Dispenser hoses for Class I and II liquids shall be equipped with a listed emergency breakaway device designed to retain liquid on both sides of a breakaway point. Such devices shall be installed and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Where hoses are attached to hose-retrieving mechanisms, the emergency breakaway device shall be located between the hose nozzle and the point of attachment of the hose-retrieval mechanism to the hose.
A listed automatic-closing type hose nozzle valve with or without a latch-open device shall be provided on island-type dispensers used for dispensing Class I, II or IIIA liq-uids.
Overhead-type dispensing units shall be provided with a listed automatic-closing-type hose nozzle valve without a latch-open device.
Exception: A listed automatic-closing-type hose nozzle valve with latch-open device is allowed to be used on overhead-type dispensing units where the design of the system is such that the hose nozzle valve will close automatically in the event the valve is released from a fill opening or upon impact with a driveway.
|FYI||Where dispensing of Class I, II or IIIA liquids is performed, a listed automatic-closing-type hose nozzle valve shall be used incorporating all of the following features:
1. The hose nozzle valve shall be equipped with an integral latch-open device.
2. When the flow of product is normally con-trolled by devices or equipment other than the hose nozzle valve, the hose nozzle valve shall not be capable of being opened unless the delivery hose is pressurized. If pressure to the hose is lost, the nozzle shall close automatically.
Exception: Vapor recovery nozzles in-corporating insertion interlock devices designed to achieve shutoff on disconnect from the vehicle fill pipe.
3. The hose nozzle shall be designed such that the nozzle is retained in the fill pipe during the filling operation.
4. The system shall include listed equipment with a feature that causes or requires the closing of the hose nozzle valve before the product flow can be resumed or before the hose nozzle valve can be replaced in its normal position in the dispenser.
|FYI||Flammable liquids shall not be dispensed by gravity from tanks, drums, barrels or similar containers. Flammable or combustible liquids shall not be dispensed by a device operating through pressure within a storage tank, drum or container.
Vapor-recovery and vapor-processing systems shall be in accordance with Sections 2184.108.40.206 through 2220.127.116.11.4.
Vapor-balance systems shall comply with Sections 218.104.22.168.1 through 222.214.171.124.5.
Dispensing devices incorporating provisions for vapor recovery shall be listed and labeled. When existing listed or labeled dispensing devices are modified for vapor recovery, such modifications shall be listed by report by a nationally recognized testing laboratory. The listing by report shall contain a description of the component parts used in the modification and recommended method of installation on specific dispensers. Such report shall be made available on request of the fire code official.
An acceptable method shall be provided to close off the vapor return line from dispensers when the product is not being dispensed.|