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System plans must be picked up within 30 days. All system plans left longer than 30 days will be discarded as abandoned.
05230 NEVADA AV
||FYI||This project is: Interstate All Batteries, 5230 N Nevada Av, Suite 130: tenant finish
SYSTEMS: fire sprinkler for area; waterflow alarm
CN:Code: 09 IBC - 09 IFC - 11 PPRBC /Class: M/ Const: V-B /Stories: 1/Size: 1618/OL: 37
HAZMAT: RETAIL STORAGE OF NEW BATTERIES--DISPLAY AND RETAIL STORAGE
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|FYI||2703.11.3 Storage and display. Storage and display shall be in accordance with Sections 2703.11.3.1 through 2703.11.3.10.
2703.11.3.1 Density. Storage and display of solids shall not exceed 200 pounds per square foot (976 kg/m2) of floor area actually occupied by solid merchandise. Storage and display of liquids shall not exceed 20 gallons per square foot (0.50 L/m2) of floor area actually occupied by liquid merchandise.
2703.11.3.2 Storage and display height. Display height shall not exceed 6 feet (1829 mm) above the finished floor in display areas of Group M occupancies. Storage height shall not exceed 8 feet (2438 mm) above the finished floor in storage areas of Group M and Group S occupancies.
2703.11.3.3 Container location. Individual containers less than 5 gallons (19 L) or less than 25 pounds (11 kg) shall be stored or displayed on pallets, racks or shelves.
2703.11.3.4 Racks and shelves. Racks and shelves used for storage or display shall be in accordance with Section 2703.9.9.
2703.11.3.5 Container type. Containers shall be approved for the intended use and identified as to their content.
2703.11.3.6 Container size. Individual containers shall not exceed 100 pounds (45 kg) for solids or 10 gallons (38 L) for liquids in storage and display areas.
2703.11.3.7 Incompatible materials. Incompatible materials shall be separated in accordance with Section 2703.9.8.
2703.11.3.8 Floors. Floors shall be in accordance with Section 2704.12.
2703.11.3.9 Aisles. Aisles 4 feet (1219 mm) in width shall be maintained on three sides of the storage or dis-play area.
2703.11.3.10 Signs. Hazard identification signs shall be provided in accordance with Section 2703.5.
|I||CHEMICAL INVENTORY AS DECLARED -- ANNUAL OPERATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT
NO DETAILED CHEMICAL INVENTORY OR AMOUNT FOR TOTAL CORROSIVES WAS PROVIDED. THEREFORE, THIS FACILITY WILL BE ANTICIPATED TO HAVE CORROSIVE/ELECTROLYTE AMOUNTS EXCEEDING THE PERMIT AMOUNT (55 GALLONS). SEE EMAILS FOR ESTIMATES
ATTENTION INSPECTOR *** THIS FACILITY'S CHEMICAL INVENTORY REPORT INCLUDES CORROSIVES/ELECTROLYTE WHICH MAY EXCEED THE ANNUAL OPERATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT AMOUNTS FOR CORROSIVES. HAZMAT INSPECTOR AND FACILITY REPRESENTATIVE SHALL REPORT AND COORDINATE ENROLLMENT OF THIS FACILITY IN THE ANNUAL HAZMAT PERMIT PROGRAM, IF REQUIRED.
SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS.|
|Attention||An approved method and materials for the control and neutralization of a spill of electrolyte shall be provided in areas containing lead-acid, nickel-cadmium or other types of batteries with free-flowing liquid electrolyte. For purposes of this paragraph, a "spill" is defined as any unintentional release of electrolyte.
For battery systems containing lead acid, nickel cadmium or other types of batteries with free-flowing electrolyte, the method and materials shall be capable of neutralizing a spill of the total capacity from the largest cell or block to a pH between 5.0 and 9.0.
Recombinant battery neutralization. For VRLA or other types of sealed batteries with immobilized electrolyte, the method and material shall be capable of neutralizing a spill of 3.0 percent of the capacity of the largest cell or block in the room to a pH between 5.0 and 9.0. batteries shall not require neutralization.
Exception: Lithium-ion and lithium metal polymer
When used as an alternative to spill control and secondary containment for storage in accordance with the exception in Section 2704.2, containment pallets shall comply with all of the following:
1. A liquid-tight sump accessible for visual inspection shall be provided.
2. The sump shall be designed to contain not less than 66 gallons (250 L).
3. Exposed surfaces shall be compatible with material stored.
4. Containment pallets shall be protected to prevent collection of rainwater within the sump.
|FYI||Retail and wholesale storage and display of nonflammable solid and nonflammable and noncombustible liquid hazardous materials in Group M occupancies and Group S storage shall be in accordance with Section 2703.11.
The aggregate amount of nonflammable solid and nonflammable or noncombustible liquid hazardous materials stored and displayed within a single control area of a Group M occupancy or stored in a single control area of a Group S occupancy shall not exceed the amounts set forth in Table 2703.11.1.
TABLE 2703.11.1 CORROSIVES = 975 GALLONS
This facility is below the aggregate amount of corrosive liquid material displayed and stored.
|FYI||Labeling - An NFPA 704 compliant Hazard Placard is required for each pedestrian entry door rooms containing hazardous materials in excess of the exempt amounts (this door could be interior or exterior) and all such doors shall be included. The minimum size of the Hazard Placard shall be 15" by 15". This requirement is subject to verification at the time of the Hazardous materials Inspection prior to signing the Fire Final.|
|Attention||NOTE TO FIRE INSPECTOR: Prior to scheduling the Fire Final please contact the Hazardous Materials Inspector to arrange a Hazardous Materials Inspection prior to final signature being provided.|
|FYI||INDOOR SECONDARY CONTAINMENT REQUIREMENTS - PART 1 OF 2
Secondary containment shall be provided to prevent a leaking or failed primary container and associated fire suppression water from spreading throughout an area.
The building, room or area shall contain or drain the hazardous materials and fire-protection water through the use of one of the following methods:
1. Liquid-tight sloped or recessed floors,
2. Liquid-tight floors provided with liquid-tight raised or recessed sills or dikes,
3. Sumps and collection systems, or
4. Drainage systems leading to an approved location.
5. Integrated, listed secondary containment (listed double walled tank)
Incompatible materials shall be separated from each other in the secondary containment system.
Secondary containment shall be designed to contain a spill from the largest vessel plus the design flow volume of fire-protection water calculated to discharge from the fire-extinguishing system over the minimum required system design area or area of the room or area in which the storage is located, whichever is smaller, for a period of 20 minutes.
A monitoring method shall be provided to detect hazardous materials in the secondary containment system. The monitoring method is allowed to be visual inspection of the primary or secondary containment, or other approved means. Where secondary containment is subject to the intrusion of water, a monitoring method for detecting water shall be provided. When monitoring devices are provided, they shall be connected to distinct visual or audible alarms.