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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.

BROOKS BROTHERS CABINETRY
00630 VERMIJO AV

Review DateStatusComment(s)
10/25/2012 Approved/CorrectedRESUBMITTED: The plans have been re-submitted, and the disapproved issues have been addressed as follows: **PLEASE NOTE** ALL COMMENTS FOUND ON PREVIOUS PLAN REVIEWS REMAIN ENFORCEABLE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN THIS REVIEW. 1) Spray booths and spray area room are provided with automatic suppression system. Per Mr. Cressman, two booths will be supplied with water suppression system. 2) Letter narrative from B&H Engineers, Mr. B Parsaye dated Oct 24, 2012: SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS. States that installation meets the requirements of NFPA 8.2.2.5 3) Exhaust ducts from spray booths were redesigned with extension to meet required distances as noted in disapproved comments. PPRBD mechanical Dept. has released revised plan sheet M1. OK 4) Owner/owner's representative shall provide the CSFD, PRIOR TO CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY a Hazard Analysis in accordance with NFPA 664 current edition. The hazard analysis shall address the fire and deflagration hazards for the dust collection system in accordance with NFPA 664 SECTION 8.2.2.5, and other pertinent sections of this standard. The technical report shall review and report the results of fire and deflagration hazards. The report shall address life safety, property protection, equipment and administrative controls for this facility. Based on the results of this analysis, the dust collector may require fire extinguishment, spark detection or additional safety features. Identify which listed item # in NFPA 664 Section 8.2.2.5.1.4 applies to the location of the dust collector. 104.7.2 To determine the acceptability of technologies, processes, products, facilities, materials and uses attending the design, operation or use of a building or premises subject to inspection by the fire code official, the fire code official is authorized to require the owner or agent to provide, without charge to the jurisdiction, a technical opinion and report. The opinion and report shall be prepared by a qualified engineer, specialist, laboratory or fire safety specialty organization acceptable to the fire code official and shall analyze the fire safety properties of the design, operation or use of the building or premises and the facilities and appurtenances situated thereon, to recommend necessary changes. The fire code official is authorized to require design submittals to be prepared by, and bear the stamp of, a registered design professional.
I5) ATTENTION INSPECTOR THIS APPROVED PLAN ALLOWS FOR THE FACILITY TO BEGIN PROJECT WORK AND PERMIT. THE HAZARD ANALYSIS REPORT IS REQUIRED TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CSFD, ATTN. MS. KAY YEAGER, 375 PRINTERS PARKWAY PRIOR TO CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY PER FM LACEY. RESULTS AND REVIEW OF THIS REPORT BY THE CSFD MAY INITIATE ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DUST COLLECTION SYSTEM. \ 6) THIS FACILITY'S CHEMICAL INVENTORY REPORT INCLUDES FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS WHICH EXCEEDS THE ANNUAL OPERATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT AMOUNTS FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS. HAZMAT INSPECTOR AND FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SHALL REPORT AND COORDINATE ENROLLMENT OF THIS FACILITY IN THE ANNUAL HAZMAT PERMIT PROGRAM. SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS.
FYI1504.7 Ventilation. Mechanical ventilation of flammable vapor areas shall be provided in accordance with Section 502.7 of the International Mechanical Code. 1504.7.1 Operation. Mechanical ventilation shall be kept in operation at all times while spraying operations are being conducted and for a sufficient time thereafter to allow vapors from drying coated articles and finishing material residue to be exhausted. Spraying equipment shall be interlocked with the ventilation of the flammable vapor areas such that spraying operations cannot be conducted unless the ventilation system is in operation. 1504.7.2 Recirculation. Air exhausted from spraying operations shall not be recirculated. Exceptions: 1. Air exhausted from spraying operations is allowed to be recirculated as makeup air for unmanned spray operations, provided that: 1.1. The solid particulate has been removed. 1.2. The vapor concentration is less than 25percent of the LFL. 1.3. Approved equipment is used to monitor the vapor concentration. 1.4. When the vapor concentration exceeds 25 percent of the LFL, the following shall occur: a. An alarm shall sound; and b. Spray operations shall automatically shut down. 1.5. In the event of shutdown of the vapor concentration monitor, 100 percent of the air volume specified in Section 510 of the International Mechanical Code is automatically exhausted. 2. Air exhausted from spraying operations is allowed to be recirculated as makeup air to manned spraying operations where all of the conditions provided in Exception 1 are included in the installation and documents have been prepared to show that the installation does not pose a life safety hazard to personnel inside the spray booth, spraying space or spray room. 1504.7.3 Air velocity. Ventilation systems shall be de-signed, installed and maintained such that the average air velocity over the open face of the booth, or booth cross section in the direction of airflow during spraying operations, shall not be less than 100 feet per minute (0.51 m/s).
FYI1504.4.1 Fire extinguishers. Portable fire extinguishers complying with Section 906 shall be provided for spraying areas in accordance with the requirements for an extra (high) hazard occupancy. 1504.5 Housekeeping, maintenance and storage of hazardous materials. Housekeeping, maintenance, storage and use of hazardous materials shall be in accordance with Sections 1503.3, 1503.4, 1504.5.1 and 1504.5.2. 1504.5.1 Different coatings. Spray booths, spray rooms and spraying spaces shall not be alternately utilized for different types of coating materials where the combination of materials is conducive to spontaneous ignition, unless all deposits of one material are removed from the booth, room or space and exhaust ducts prior to spraying with a different material. 1504.5.2 Protection of sprinklers. Automatic sprinklers installed in flammable vapor areas shall be protected from the accumulation of residue from spraying operations in an approved manner. Bags used as a protective covering shall be 0.003-inch-thick (0.076 mm) polyethylene or cellophane or shall be thin paper. Automatic sprinklers contaminated by overspray particles shall be replaced with new automatic sprinklers.
FYIFloor. Combustible floor construction in spraying spaces shall be covered by approved, noncombustible, nonsparking material, except where combustible co-verings, such as thin paper or plastic and strippable coatings, are utilized over noncombustible materials to facilitate cleaning operations in spraying spaces. 1504.4 Fire protection. Spray booths and spray rooms shall be protected by an approved automatic fire-extinguishing system complying with Chapter 9. Protection shall also extend to exhaust plenums, exhaust ducts and both sides of dry filters when such filters are used.
10/22/2012 FYI*****(STANDARD COMMENT) This project is: Brooks Brothers Cabinetry, 630 W Vermijo: interior remodel - Change of Occupancy Date of Plans: 9.5.12 You can access our web site for the latest fire department plan review comments: 1. From www.pprbd.org, select PLAN REVIEW then FIND PLANS next COLORADO SPRINGS 2. Scroll down to the correct address. You may then select APPROVED/DISAPPROVED to view comments associated with that particular project.
FYIThe application of flammable or combustible liquids by means of spray apparatus in continuous or intermittent processes shall be in accordance with the requirements of IFC 2009, Sections 1503 and 1504.
FYIThe fire code official is authorized to enforce applicable provisions of the codes and standards listed in Table 1304.1 to prevent and control dust explosions. TABLE 1304.1 EXPLOSION PROTECTION STANDARDS
FYIThe design and construction of spray booths shall be in accordance with Sections 1504.3.2.1 through 1504.3.2.6, Sections 1504.4 through 1504.8 and NFPA 33. Sources of ignition. Control of sources of ignition shall be in accordance with Sections 1503.2 and 1504.6.1 through 1504.6.2.4. Mechanical ventilation of flammable vapor areas shall be provided in accordance with Section 502.7 of the International Mechanical Code. Mechanical ventilation shall be kept in operation at all times while spraying operations are being conducted and for a sufficient time thereafter to allow vapors from drying coated articles and finishing material residue to be exhausted. Spraying equipment shall be interlocked with the ventilation of the flammable vapor areas such that spraying operations cannot be conducted unless the ventilation system is in operation. 1504.7.3 Air velocity. Ventilation systems shall be de-signed, installed and maintained such that the average air velocity over the open face of the booth, or booth cross section in the direction of airflow during spraying operations, shall not be less than 100 feet per minute (0.51 m/s). 1504.7.4 Ventilation obstruction. Articles being sprayed shall be positioned in a manner that does not obstruct collection of overspray. 1504.7.5 Independent ducts. Each spray booth and spray room shall have an independent exhaust duct system dis-charging to the outside.
Disapproved1504.7.6 Termination point. The termination point for exhaust ducts discharging to the atmosphere shall not be less than the following distances: 1. Ducts conveying explosive or flammable vapors, fumes or dusts: 30 feet (9144 mm) from the property line; 10 feet (3048 mm) from openings into the building; 6 feet (1829 mm) from exterior walls and roofs; 30 feet (9144 mm) from combustible walls or openings into the building that are in the direction of the exhaust discharge; 10 feet (3048 mm) above adjoining grade. 2. Other product-conveying outlets: 10 feet (3048 mm) from the property line; 3 feet (914 mm) from exterior walls and roofs; 10 feet (3048 mm) from openings into the building; 10 feet (3048 mm) above adjoining grade. ****Exhaust ducts are located immediately adjacent (within 5 ft) of property line to the north. Plan reviewer contacted Mr. Cressman and discussed distances, code section requirements, possible design alternatives, Fire Board variance requests, commentary and intent of code section. Mr. Cressman requested to pickup plans to address the disapproved comment. 1504.7.7 Fan motors and belts. Electric motors driving ex-haust fans shall not be placed inside booths or ducts. Fan rotating elements shall be nonferrous or nonsparking or the casing shall consist of, or be lined with, such material. Belts shall not enter the duct or booth unless the belt and pulley within the duct are tightly enclosed. 1504.7.8 Filters. Air intake filters that are part of a wall or ceiling assembly shall be listed as Class I or II in accordance with UL 900. Exhaust filters shall be required.
DisapprovedNFPA 664 Prevention of Fires and Explosions in Wood Processing and Woodworking Facilities *** Plan Sheet M4 shows Grizzly Machine data sheet for the cyclone dust collection system and dust collection plan. Dust collection systems shall be in accordance with NFPA 664 as applicable and SECTION 8.2.2.5 Dust Collectors General Requirements. ** Please resubmit plans and declare compliance with this section. Note: Door is located within 20 ft of Dust Collector...Is this a required exit?
FYIEquipment or machinery located inside buildings that generates or emits combustible dust shall be provided with an approved dust collection and exhaust system installed in accordance with Chapter 13 and the International Mechanical Code. Equipment or systems that are used to collect, process or convey combustible dusts shall be provided with an approved explosion control system. Where a dust explosion hazard exists in equipment rooms, buildings or other enclosures, such areas shall be provided with explosion (deflagration) venting or an approved explosion suppression system complying with Section 911. Sawmills, planning mills and other woodworking plants shall be equipped with a waste removal system that will collect and remove sawdust and shavings. Such systems shall be installed in accordance with Chapter 13 and the International Mechanical Code. Exception: Manual waste removal when approved. Provisions shall be made for a systematic and thorough cleaning of the entire plant at sufficient intervals to prevent the accumulations of combustible dust and spilled combustible or flammable liquids. Provision shall be made for sep-arately collecting and disposing of any metal scrap so that such scrap will not enter the wood handling or processing equipment.
FYIElectrical wiring and equipment shall comply with NFPA 70. Protection from ignition sources shall be provided in accordance with Sections 1903.5.1 through 903.5.3.Cutting and welding shall comply with Chapter 26--IFC 2009. Static electricity shall be prevented from accumulating on machines and equipment subject to static electricity buildup by permanent grounding and bonding wires or other approved means. Where smoking constitutes a fire hazard, the fire code official is authorized to order the owner or occupant to post approved "No Smoking" signs complying with Section 310. The fire code official is authorized to designate specific locations where smoking is allowed. Electrical wiring and equipment located outside of, but within 5 feet (1524 mm) horizontally and 3 feet (914 mm) vertically of openings in a spray booth or a spray room, shall be approved for Class I, Division 2 or Class II, Division 2 hazardous locations, whichever is applicable.
FYIElectrical wiring and equipment shall comply with this chapter and NFPA 70. 1503.2.1.1 Flammable vapor areas. Electrical wiring and equipment in flammable vapor areas shall be of an explosion proof type approved for use in such hazardous locations. Such areas shall be considered to be Class I, Division 1 or Class II, Division 1 hazardous locations in accordance with NFPA 70. 1503.2.1.2 Areas subject to deposits of residues. Electrical equipment, flammable vapor areas or drying operations that are subject to splashing or dripping of liquids shall be specifically approved for locations containing deposits of readily ignitable residue and explosive vapors. Exceptions: 1. This provision shall not apply to wiring in rigid conduit, threaded boxes or fittings not containing taps, splices or terminal connections. 2. This provision shall not apply to electrostatic equipment allowed by Section 1507.
FYI1503.2.1.3 Areas adjacent to spray booths. Electrical wiring and equipment located outside of, but within 5 feet (1524 mm) horizontally and 3 feet (914 mm) vertically of openings in a spray booth or a spray room, shall be ap-proved for Class I, Division 2 or Class II, Division 2 hazardous locations, whichever is applicable. 1503.2.1.4 Areas subject to overspray deposits. Electrical equipment in flammable vapor areas located such that deposits of combustible residues could readily accumulate thereon shall be specifically approved for locations containing deposits of readily ignitable residue and explosive vapors in accordance with NFPA 70. Exceptions: 1. Wiring in rigid conduit. 2. Boxes or fittings not containing taps, splices or terminal connections. 3. Equipment allowed by Sections 1504 and 1507 and Chapter 21.
FYIMetal parts of spray booths, exhaust ducts and piping systems conveying Class I or II liquids shall be electrically grounded in accordance with NFPA 70. Metallic parts located in resin application areas, including but not limited to exhaust ducts, ventilation fans, spray application equipment, workpieces and piping, shall be electrically grounded.
FYISpray booths shall be installed so that all parts of the booth are readily accessible for cleaning. A clear space of not less than 3 feet (914 mm) shall be maintained on all sides of the spray booth. This clear space shall be kept free of any storage or combustible construction. Exceptions: 1. This requirement shall not prohibit locating a spray booth closer than 3 feet (914 mm) to or directly against an interior partition, wall or floor/ceiling assembly that has afire-resistance rating of not less than 1 hour, provided the spray booth can be adequately maintained and cleaned. 2. This requirement shall not prohibit locating a spray booth closer than 3 feet (914 mm) to an exterior wall or a roof assembly, provided the wall or roof is constructed of noncombustible material and the spray booth can be adequately maintained and cleaned.
FYIThe aggregate area of spray booths in a building shall not exceed the lesser of 10 percent of the area of any floor of a building or the basic area allowed for a Group H-2 occupancy without area increases, as set forth in the International Building Code. The area of an individual spray booth in a building shall not exceed the lesser of the aggregate size limit or 1,500 square feet (139 m2). Exception: One individual booth not exceeding 500 square feet (46 m2).
FYISpraying spaces shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the International Building Code and Sections 1504.3.3.1 and 1504.4 through 1504.8 of this code. 1504.3.3.1 Floor. Combustible floor construction in spraying spaces shall be covered by approved, noncombustible, nonsparking material, except where combustible coverings, such as thin paper or plastic and strippable coatings, are utilized over noncombustible materials to facilitate cleaning operations in spraying spaces. 1504.4 Fire protection. Spray booths and spray rooms shall be protected by an approved automatic fire-extinguishing system complying with Chapter 9. Protection shall also extend to exhaust plenums, exhaust ducts and both sides of dry filters when such filters are used.
FYIAutomatic sprinklers installed in flammable vapor areas shall be protected from the accumulation of residue from spraying operations in an approved manner. Bags used as a protective covering shall be 0.003-inch-thick (0.076 mm) polyethylene or cellophane or shall be thin paper. Automatic sprinklers contaminated by overspray particles shall be replaced with new automatic sprinklers.
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