||FYI||This project is: Alliance Storage Technologies, 10045 Federal Drive.
CN:Code: IBC - IFC - PPRBC /Class: / Const: /Stories: /Size: /OL:
Additional Comments: Relocating to new facility: New UPS room with 6.25 gal total electrolyte; existing diesel tank 50 gal integral generator, <30 gal CO2 for bev dispensing; 15 gal w.c. LPG on forklift; & 2 L bottles of IPA and acetone. CHEMICAL INVENTORY IS BELOW THE ANNUAL OPERATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT.
ATTENTION: See our web site for our latest plan review comments for your job at:
www.springsgov.com - go to "City Agencies" (tab on the teal bar to get a drop box) - click on - "Fire Department" - (Using the links down the left side of the page), click on - "Web Guide." Once you're into the Web Guide, click on "Plan Review Status" This will also give you access to numerous other items that may assist you in your future project design work.
|FYI||CHEMICAL INVENTORY, AS DECLARED
Relocating to new facility: New UPS room with 6.25 gal total electrolyte; existing diesel tank 50 gal integral generator, <30 gal CO2 for bev dispensing; 15 gal w.c. LPG on forklift; & 2 L bottles of IPA and acetone. CHEMICAL INVENTORY IS BELOW THE ANNUAL OPERATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT.
CHEMICAL INVENTORY AS DECLARED IS BELOW MAQS FOR ALL MATERIALS.
*** NO ANNUAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT IS REQUIRED.
|Approved||9/20/13 meeting with J Nakai;
pre hazmat review. UPS room noted
Plan reviewer requested facility chemical inventory in order to review.
received chemical inventory via email 9/23/13 from Alliance Tech.
|Meeting||CONTROL AREAS, AS SHOWN ON THIS SUBMITTAL ARE AS FOLLOWS: none
building is considered one control area.|
|FYI||BATTERIES - Stationary storage battery systems having an electrolyte capacity of more than 50 gallons, nickel cadmium, valve regulated lead acid (VRLA), lithium and lithium polymer batteries are regulated in Chapter 6 of the IFC 2009, as amended.
*** UPS 40 Nower Wave VRLA BATTERIES @ 6.25 gals total electrolyte.**** SEE ELECTRONIC DOC.
The hazards associated with the battery systems require mitigation
* Quantity and type of batteries
* Aggregate volume, in gallons, of electrolyte and volume of corrosive liquid.
* Ventilation systems (1 cfm/sq ft) minimum requirement; designed to limit maximum concentration of hydrogen evolved from charge to 25% of the LEL or 1% hydrogen, if applicable to system--MONITORING-DETECTION
* Spill control and means of spill response
* Signs and placards
* Smoke Detection
* Temperature control to maintain safe operating conditions
* Venting caps; VRLA- resealing flame arresting safety caps|
|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.|
|FYI||Doors into rooms or buildings containing stationary lead-acid battery systems shall be provided with approved signs. The signs shall state that the room contains lead-acid battery systems, that the battery room contains energized electrical circuits and that the battery electrolyte solutions are corrosive liquids.|
|FYI||Each rack of batteries, or group of racks shall be provided with a liquid-tight 4-inch (101.6 mm) spill-control barrier which extends at least 1 inch (25.4 mm) beyond the battery rack in all directions.|
|FYI||An approved method to neutralize spilled electrolyte shall be provided. The method shall be capable of neutralizing a spill from the largest lead-acid battery to a pH between 7.0 and 9.0.|