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HAMLIN AUTO COLLISION CENTER - MAIN
06205 STONE MESA VW

Review DateStatusComment(s)
7/30/2013 FYIHamlin Auto Collision Center, 6205 Stone Mesa Rd: new auto body repair shop SYSTEMS: fire sprinklers for occupancy/use (2013); waterflow alarm (2013) CN:Code: IBC - IFC - PPRBC /Class: / Const: /Stories: /Size: /OL: FH:Required Flow: 1750 gpm /# Hydrants 1/On site flow: 2200 DV:Proposing a 14,000sq ft auto repair shop. Additional Comments: Located between Templeton Gap and Tutt Road on Stone Mesa View. Hazmat review for installation of TWO Spray Paint booths, ONE Mixing Room, One Prep Area; Chemical Inventory: Class I II & III flammable & combustible liquids, Compressed gases, used oil. This facility exceeds the hazardous materials permit amount threshold for flammable and combustible liquids, therefore, this facility is required to apply for a CSFD Annual Operational Hamish Permit. Please coordinate with the HazMat Specialist Inspector for the permit. This facility will require a Hazardous Materials permit inspection for: ** HP-25 PERMIT (FLAMMABLE FINISH/SPRAY PAINT OPERATION) (HP-25 permit inspection will also complete the fixed fire suppression system inspection at the same time) ** Annual Operational Hazmat Permit (annual, automatically renewed by CSFD, fees apply To schedule your Hazmat Inspection, please contact the OFM @ 719-385-5978. SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS 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.
AttentionELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS 1) Mfgr cut sheets/brochure and permit documents for booths, prep, and mixing station information have been supplied. UL AND ETL listings; Instruction and brochure information declares compliance with NFPA 33. 2) Termination points shown and appear to comply See ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS 3) Visible gauges, audible alarms or pressure-activated devices shall be installed to indicate or ensure that the required air velocity is maintained. See cut sheet/brochure information 4) Ventilation of spray booth * Duct Material and Termination Points * System Intake * Duct Bends * Cleanouts * Interlocks 5) SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS FOR NARRATIVE, SPECS, LISTINGS, DESCRIPTION, DIAGRAMS. 6) A fixed fire suppression system will be installed within this spray finishing operation booths and mixing area. 7) building is sprinklered
FYISCOPE OF WORK Building is sprinklered and spray booths and mixing room. New construction for spray operations: Install and Equip TWO spray booths, ONE paint mixing room and ONE Prep Area Install and Equip with two contained downdraft paint booths (ACCUDRAFT SPRAY BOOTHS), Prep area, and one paint mix room; one spray gun cleaning area Spray booths will be equipped with fire suppression systems Painting of vehicles CUTTING AND WELDING - COMPRESSED GASES OXYGEN = OXIDIZING GAS 205 cf FLAMMABLE GAS = ACETYLENE = 75 cf INERT ASPHYXIANT SPECIALTY = ARGON, CO2 = 375 CF + 80 = 455 cf Gases are below the MAQS and Hazmat Permit thresholds SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS
FYIFF - SPRAY FINISH - GENERAL - Location of Spray-finishing Operations. Spray-finishing operations shall be conducted in a spray booth, spraying area or spraying room approved for such use. *** TWO spray booths, prep area and mixing rooms. OK
FYIFF - SPRAY FLAMMABLE FINISH - GENERAL - Storage, Use and Handling of Flammable and Combustible Liquids. The storage, use and handling of flammable and combustible liquids shall be in accordance with 2009 IFC Chapters 15, 27 and 34. Flammable Finishes and spray finishing operations shall be in accordance with IFC 2009, Chapter 15 and NFPA 33, current edition.
FYITWO ACCU DRAFT SPRAY BOOTHS, ACCU DRAFT PREP AREA AND PAINT MIXING ROOM MFGR CUT SHEETS/SPECIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED WITH PLAN SET. ETL LISTINGS SPECIFICATION SHEETS REPORT COMPLIANCE WITH IFC, IMC IBC, BOCA, NEC, AND NFPA 33 SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS
FYIFF - SPRAY FLAMMABLE FINISH - GENERAL - For permits for spraying or dipping operations utilizing flammable or combustible liquids, or the application of combustible powders regulated by 2009 IFC Chapter 15. This Plan submittal does not include a permit application for these spray booths at this time. Complete forms for HP 25 permit ****ATTENTION****** REQUIRED FLAMMABLE FINISH SPRAY APPLICATION - HP 25, permit application for the installation of this spray paint booth. FEES TO BE PAID SEPARATE AT THE OFFICE OF THE FIRE MARSHAL @ 375 PRINTERS PARKWAY. The Installation Contractor is required to submit for, and receive a separate permit (Permit HP 25) for the installation of any new flammable finish, spray application process/equipment/appliance. This permit must be obtained prior to installation. Applications for Flammable Finish permits can be obtained from the CSFD Office of the Fire Marshal, 375 Printers Parkway.
FYISubmittals for new flammable finish permits shall include, but not limited to: *** Declaration of materials and/or a Hazardous Materials Management Plan with chemical inventory attached, code compliance with IFC 2009 Chapters 15, 27, and 34, Flammable and combustible liquid storage and use shall also comply with the National Fire Protection (NFPA) Standard 30 and Flammable Finishes shall comply with NFPA Standard 33, current editions. ** PLANS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE OFM.
FYIDUCT MATERIAL AND TERMINATION POINT Exhaust ducts shall be constructed of steel having a thickness in accordance with the IFC 2009. The termination point for exhaust ducts discharging to the atmosphere shall not be less than the following: 1. Ducts conveying explosive or flammable vapors, fumes or dusts: 30 feet from property line; 10 feet from openings into the building; 6 feet from exterior walls or roofs; 30 feet from combustible walls or openings into the building which are in the direction of the exhaust dis- charge; 10 feet above adjoining grade. 2. Other product-conveying outlets: 10 feet from property line; 3 feet from exterior wall or roof; 10 feet from openings into the building; 10 feet above adjoining grade. 3. Environmental air duct exhaust: 3 feet from property line; 3 feet from openings into the building See ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS letter from Engineer/archictect.
FYIAIR VELOCITY Visible gauges, audible alarms or pressure-activated devices shall be installed to indicate or ensure that the required air velocity is maintained. ***Plan sheet do not show velocities/guages/alarms
FYI***FF - {SPRAY BOOTHS- NORMAL} - (PART I) Spray booths shall be substantially constructed of steel not less than 0.044 inch (18 gage) in thickness or other approved noncombustible material. The 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 H2 Occupancy without area increases, (as set forth in the Building Code (Table 503). The area of any individual spray booth in a building shall not exceed the lesser of the aggregate size limit or 1,500 square feet. *** RESUBMIT PLANS AND COMPLIANCE WITH ABOVE AGGREGATE AREA INTERIOR SURFACES of spray booths shall be smooth and continuous without edges and otherwise designed to prevent pocketing of residue, to allow free passage of exhaust air from all parts of the interior and to facilitate washing and cleaning without injury. FLOORS of spray booths shall be of noncombustible material or shall be covered with a noncombustible, non-sparking material of such character to facilitate safe cleaning and removal of residue.
AttentionCHEMICAL INVENTORY as declared, Flammable & combustible liquids = paints, solvents, adhesives exceed permit thresholds stored in mixing room - OK Welding area: compressed gases oxygen, acetylene, & argon/CO2 mixtures (below permit threshold) Used oil @ 1 55 gal drum exterior
FYIFF - {VENTILATION OF SPRAY BOOTHS AND SPRAY AREAS} - (PART 3) PRODUCT-CONVEYING SYSTEM INTAKE - The mechanical ventilation system shall have air intake ducts extended to pick up flammable vapor within 6 inches of the floor. DUCT BENDS - Exhaust ducts shall not include individualbends exceeding 45 degrees measured from the center line of the duct. Bends, turns and elbows in ducts and pipes shall be constructed in a manner which does not reduce the cross-sectional area of the duct or pipe. CLEANOUTS - Cleanout openings shall be provided at intervals which allow thorough cleaning of ducts. Cleanout openings in ducts and pipes shall be equipped with tightfitting sliding or hinged doors constructed of metal which is equal to or greater than the thickness of the duct or pipe. Such doors shall be equipped with a substantial latch to hold the door tightly closed. INTERLOCKS - The spray mechanism shall not be able to function without the ventilation system on and the booth doors closed. ****Plan sheets DO NOT indicate the following VENTILATION OF SPRAY BOOTHS REQUIREMENTS: * Duct Material and Termination Points * System Intake * Duct Bends * Cleanouts * Interlocks *** Resubmit and declare compliance with the requirements in IFC 2009, as amended, Chapter 15.
FYIThis facility will require a Hazardous Materials permit inspection for: ** HP-25 PERMIT (FLAMMABLE FINISH/SPRAY PAINT OPERATION) (HP-25 permit inspection will also complete the fixed fire suppression system inspection at the same time) ** Annual Operational Hazmat Permit (annual, automatically renewed by CSFD, fees apply To schedule your Hazmat Inspection, please contact the OFM @ 719-385-5978.
AttentionFF- FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT GENERAL - Spray booths and spraying rooms shall be protected by approved automatic fire-extinguishing systems. Such systems shall be extended to protect exhaust plenums, exhaust ducts and both sides of dry filters when such filters are used. For installation of automatic sprinklers in ducts, see the Mechanical Code. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS - Portable fire extinguishers shall be provided for spraying areas in accordance with the requirements of the 2009 IFC. *** PERMITS AND SUPPRESSION SYSTEM PLANS ARE required to be submitted to MS. DEE WITHEE, CSFD, SYSTEMS PLAN REVIEWER. MS. WITHEE'S CONTACT INFO: 385-7361. **** Plan sheets indicate that this spray booths and prep area will be equipped with fire protection systems--. Plans also show building will be equipped with fire suppression system.
FYI(PAINT BOOTH) AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS: Sprinklers shall be permittd to be covered by cellophane bags having a thickness of 0.08mm (0.003 in) or less or by thin paper bags. These coverings shall be replaced frequently so that heavy deposits of residue do not accumulate. (NFPA 33:9.4.7.1)
FYI(PAINT BOOTH) MAKE-UP AND EXHAUST AIR: Air make-up systems and spray area exhaust systems shall remain functioning during any fire alarm condition. Exception: Where the type of automatic fire protection system requires air shut down Exception: Powder-coating systems. (NFPA 33:9.3)
FYI(PAINT BOOTH) DRY CHEMICAL FUEL SHUT-OFF: Where systems protect hazards that are normally heated, the power or fuel supply to heaters shall be shut off automatically upon actuation of the extinguishing systems. Where systems protected hazards that have flowing flammable or combustible fluids or gases, the system shall be provided with automatic means to ensure shutoff of power and fuel valves upon operation of the extinguishing systems. All shutoff systems shall require manual resetting. (NFPA 17:5.5.1-2)
FYIREPAIR GARAGES 2211.2.3.1 Disposal of liquids. Crankcase drainings and liquids shall not be dumped into sewers, streams or on the ground, but shall be stored in approved tanks or containers in accordance with Chapter 34 until removed from the premises. 2211.2.3.2 Disposal of oily waste. Self-closing metal cans shall be used for oily waste. 2211.2.4 Spray finishing. Spray finishing with flammable or combustible liquids shall comply with Chapter 15. 2211.3 Sources of ignition. Sources of ignition shall not be located within 18 inches (457 mm) of the floor and shall comply with Chapters 3 and 26. 2211.3.1 Equipment. Appliances and equipment installed in a repair garage shall comply with the provisions of the International Building Code, the International Mechanical Code and NFPA 70.
FYIFF - SPRAY FLAMMABLE FINISH - GENERAL - Electrical Wiring and Equipment. Electrical wiring and equipment shall be in accordance with 2009 IFC Chapter 15 and the Electrical Code. *** PPRBD Electrical Department has NOT released these plans for permit at this time. Ensure compliance with Electrical Code and PPRBD.
FYIFF - SOURCES OF IGNITION - ADJACENT TO SPRAY AREAS and VAPOR SPACES Electrical wiring/equipment outside of, but within 5 feet horizontally and 3 feet vertically of openings in spray booths or rooms shall be Class I, Division II or Class II, Division II
FYIFF - STORAGE, USE, AND HANDLING OF FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS GENERAL - The storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids shall be in accordance with the 2009 IFC. STORAGE - Where the quantity of liquid in 5-gallon and smaller containers, other than original sealed containers, exceeds a total of 10 gallons, such liquids shall be stored in a storage cabinet, liquid storage room or a room or building for using, dispensing and mixing liquids in quantities exceeding exempt amounts. See Fire Code. Open containers and glass containers shall not be used. HANDLING - Original closed containers, approved portable tanks, approved safety cans or a properly arranged system of piping shall be used for bringing flammable or combustible liquids into spray-finishing areas. USE - Containers supplying spray nozzles shall be of a closed type or provided with metal covers which are kept closed. Containers not resting on floors shall be on noncombustible supports or suspended by wire cables. Containers supplying spray nozzles by gravity flow shall not exceed 10 gallons capacity. VALVES - Containers and piping to which a hose or flexible connection is attached shall be provided with a shutoff valve at the connection. Such valves shall be kept shut when hoses are not in use. IGNITION SOURCES - Heaters shall not be located in spray booths or other locations subject to accumulation of deposits or combustible residue PUMPED LIQUID SUPPLIES - If flammable or combustible liquids are supplied to spray nozzles by positive displacement pumps, pump discharge lines shall be provided with an approved relief valve discharging to pump suction or a safe detached location. LIQUID TRANSFER - When a flammable mixture is transferred from one portable container to another, a bond shall be provided between the two containers. At least one container shall be grounded. Piping systems for Class I and Class II liquids shall be permanently grounded.
FYILabeling - 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.
AttentionNOTE 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.
FYIPREPARATION WORK STATION SHALL COMPLY WITH NFPA 33, 14.2 & 14.3 PREP WORKSTATION LIMITED FINISHING WORKSTATION
FYIOpen flames and spark-producing devices shall not be located in spray spaces or vapor areas and shall not be located within 20 feet of such areas unless separated by a permanent partition.
IEquipment, machinery, and required detection and alarm systems associated with the use, storage, or handling of hazardous materials shall be listed or approved. This requirement is subject to verification at the time of the Hazardous materials Inspection prior to signing the Fire Final.
FYIWELDING AND CUTTING Welding, cutting and similar spark-producing operations shall not be conducted in or adjacent to spray areas or dipping or coating operations unless precautions have been taken to provide safety. Conspicuous signs with the following warning shall be posted in the vicinity of spraying areas, dipping operations and paint storage rooms: NO WELDING THE USE OF WELDING OR CUTTING EQUIPMENT IN OR NEAR THIS AREA IS DANGEROUS BECAUSE OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS. WELDING AND CUTTING SHALL BE DONE ONLY UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE PERSON IN CHARGE.
FYIHeated surfaces having a temperature sufficient to ignite vapors shall not be located in vapor areas. Space-heating appliances, steam pipes or hot surfaces in a spraying area or a resin application area shall be located such that they are not subject to accumulation of deposits of combustible residues. Equipment or apparatus that is capable of producing sparks or particles of hot metal that would fall into a spray space or vapor area shall be totally enclosed. Metal parts of spray booths, exhaust ducts and piping systems conveying Class I or II liquids shall be electrically grounded in accordance with the ICC Electrical Code. 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.
AttentionFIRE EXTINGUISHERS Portable fire extinguishers complying with the IFC 2009, as amended Section 906 shall be provided for spraying areas in accordance with the requirements for an extra (high) hazard occupancy.
FYIFF - SPRAY FLAMMABLE FINISH - GENERAL - Smoking shall be prohibited in spray-finish-ing areas and in the vicinity of dip tanks. NO SMOKING signs with lettering of approved size shall be conspicuously posted in such areas.
FYIFF - {SPRAY BOOTHS - NORMAL} - (PART 2) SEPARATION between spray booths shall be not less than 3 feet, by a wall or partition, or by a greater distance as required by the chief. CLEAR SPACE around all portions of spray booths shall be readily available for cleaning, and a clear space of not less than 3 feet shall be kept free of storage or combustible materials in accordance with 2009 IFC 1504.1.2.5 (also see Exceptions to this section). LIGHT FIXTURES in spray booths are to be fixed lighting units which transmit light into the spray booth through heat-treated or hammered wire glass shall be used. Glass panels shall be arranged to minimize breakage and so that normal accumulation of residue on the exposed surface of a panel will not be raised to a dangerous temperature by heat from the source of illumination. EXIT DOORS from premanufactured paint spray booths shall not be less than 2 feet 6 inches by 6 feet 8 inches.
FYIFF - SPRAY BOOTHS - USING DRY FILTERS GENERAL - Spray booths using dry filters and dry filter rolls and the use and handling of such filters shall be in accordance with the fire code. MAINTAINING AIR VELOCITY in a spray booth equipped with a filter roll which is automatically advanced when the air velocity is reduced to less than 100 lineal feet per minute shall be arranged to cause shut down of spraying operations if the filter roll fails to automatically advance. Visible gages or audible alarm devices shall be installed to indicate that the required air velocity is maintained in accordance with fire code. FILTER DISPOSAL- all dirty filters shall be immediately removed to a safe, well-detached location or placed in a water-filled metal container and disposed of at the close of each day's operation. FILTER OBSTRUCTION - insure all articles being sprayed shall be positioned in a spray booth in a manner which does not obstruct collection of overspray. SPONTANIOUS IGNITION - spray booths using dry filters shall not be used for spraying materials which are known to be highly susceptible to spontaneous heating and ignition. Filters shall be changed prior to spraying materials which could react with other materials previously collected. Examples of potentially reactive combinations include lacquer when combined with varnishes, stains or primers. FILTER MATERIAL - clean filters shall be noncombustible or of an approved type.
FYIFF - SOURCES OF IGNITION - GENERAL - Open-flame and spark-producing equipment shall not be located in spraying areas and shall not be located with-in 20 feet of spraying areas unless separated by a partition. EXCEPTION: Equipment allowed by the fire code. HOT SURFACES - Space-heating appliances, steam pipes and hot surfaces shall not be located in spraying areas where deposits of combustible residues could readily accumulate. ELECTRICAL WIRING AND EQUIPMENT Areas subject to overspray deposits: Electrical equipment near spraying 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. EXCEPTIONS: 1. Wiring in rigid conduit, boxes or fittings not containing taps, splices or terminal connections. 2. Equipment allowed by the Fire Code Areas NOT subject to overspray deposits. Electrical wiring and equipment not subject to deposits of combustible residues but located in a spraying area shall be of an explosion-proof type approved for use in a Class I, Division 1 hazardous location in accordance with the Electrical Code. Electrical wiring, motors and other equipment located outside of, but within 20 feet of, a spraying area and not separated from the spraying area by partitions shall not produce sparks under normal operating conditions. Electric lamps in such areas shall be totally enclosed to prevent the falling of hot particles and shall be protected from physical damage by suitable guards or by location. Such areas shall be considered a Class I, Division 2 hazardous location in accordance with the Electrical Code. PORTABLE ELECTRICAL LAMPS - shall not be used in spraying areas during spraying operations. Lamps, if used during cleaning or repair operations shall be of a type approved for hazardous locations. GROUNDING Metal parts of spray booths must meet the requitrements of the Electrical Code.
FYIFF - {VENTILATION OF SPRAY BOOTHS AND SPRAY AREAS} (PART 1) GENERAL - Spraying areas shall be provided with mechanical ventilation adequate to prevent the dangerous accumulation of vapors. 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 spraying area such that spraying operations cannot be conducted unless the ventilation system is in operation. Air exhausted from spraying operations shall not be recirculated. AIR VELOCITY - Ventilation systems shall be designed, 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 lineal feet per minute. INDEPENDENT DUCTS - Each spray booth shall have an independent exhaust duct system discharging to the building's exterior. EXCEPTION: Multiple cabinet spray booths having a combined frontal area of 18 square feet or less are allowed to have a common exhaust when identical spray-finishing material is used in each booth. If more than one fan serves one booth, fans shall be interconnected such that all fans operate simultaneously. FAN MOTORS AND BELTS - Electric motors driving exhaust fans shall not be placed inside booths or ducts. Fan rotating elements shall be nonferrous or nonsparking or casings shall consist of or be lined with such material. Belts shall not enter ducts or booths unless belts and pulleys within a duct or booth are tightly enclosed. ***See SPRAY BOOTH SPECIFICATIONS SECTION.
FYIFF - {VENTILATION OF SPRAY BOOTHS AND SPRAY AREAS} - (PART 2) CLEARANCES BETWEEN DUCTS AND COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION GENERAL. Exhaust ducts shall have a clearance from combustible construction or material of not less than 18 inches unless protection of exposed surfaces is provided in accordance with the Fire Code. PROTECTED COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION - When combustible construction is provided with the following protection applied to all surfaces within 18 inches of the exhaust duct, clearances shall not be less than those indicated: 1) 0.013-inch (28 gage) sheet metal on 1/4-inch insulating millboard .......12 inches. 2) 0.013-inch (28 gage) sheet metal on 1/8-inch insulating millboard spaced out 1 inch on noncombustible spacers .........9 inches 3) 0.027-inch (22 gage) sheet metal on 1-inch rockwool batts reinforced with wire mesh or the equivalent ......... 3 inches
FYIFF - {OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE} - (PART 1) GENERAL - Spraying areas shall be kept free from the accumulation of deposits of combustible residues, as practical, with cleaning conducted daily if necessary. TOOLS - Scrapers, spuds or other tools used for cleaning purposes shall be constructed of nonsparking materials. RESIDUE - Residues removed during cleaning and debris contaminated with residue shall be immediately removed from premises and properly disposed of. USE OF SOLVENTS - Class I liquids. GENERAL - Class I liquids used as solvents shall be used in spray gun and equipment cleaning machines which have been listed and approved for such purpose or shall be used in spray booths or spraying rooms in accordance with the Fire Code. LISTED DEVICES - Spray gun and equipment cleaning machines shall be located in areas not open to the public and shall be separated from ignition sources in accordance with their listings or by a distance of 3 feet, whichever is greater. The quantity of solvent used in a machine shall not exceed the design capacity of the machine. Within spray booths and spraying rooms. When solvents are used for cleaning spray nozzles and auxiliary equipment, the ventilating equipment shall be operated during cleaning.
FYIFF - {OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE} - (PART 2) WITHIN SPRAY BOOTHS AND SPRAYING ROOMS - When solvents are used for cleaning spray nozzles and auxiliary equipment, the ventilating equipment shall be operated during cleaning. CLASS II AND III LIQUIDS - Solvents used outside of spray booths, spraying rooms or listed and approved spray gun and equipment cleaning machines shall be restricted to Class II and Class III liquids. ALTERNATE USE OF MATERIALS - Spray booths shall not be alternately used with different types of coating materials where the combination of the materials could be conducive to spontaneous ignition, unless all deposits of the first-used material are removed from the booth and exhaust ducts prior to spraying with the second material. WASTE RECEPTACLES - Approved metal waste cans shall be provided for rags and waste impregnated with finishing materials. Rags and waste impregnated with finishing materials shall be deposited in such waste cans immediately after use. The contents of waste cans shall be properly disposed of at least once daily and at the end of each shift.
FYIFF - {DRYING APPARATUS} - (PART 1) GENERAL - Drying apparatus shall be in accordance with the IFC 2009, as amended. SPRAY BOOTHS AND SPRAYING ROOMS GENERAL - Spray booths and spraying rooms shall not be alternately used for the purpose of drying by arrangements which could cause a material increase in the surface temperature of the spray booth or spraying room unless in accordance with the Fire Code. DRYING OPERATIONS GENERAL - Spray booths and spraying rooms used for spraying operations with drying conducted therein using drying apparatus shall be in accordance withThe Fire Code DRYING APPARATUS - Drying apparatus used in spraying rooms shall be of the portable infrared type. Drying apparatus used in spray booths shall be of the portable infrared type, or if other types of drying apparatus are used, the spray booth, including drying apparatus, shall be listed and approved for use with flammable vapors and combustible residues and shall be provided with explosion control. SPRAYING PROCEDURES - The spraying procedure shall use low-volume spray application. HOUSEKEEPING - The interior of the spray booth or spraying room shall be kept free of overspray deposits.
FYIFF - {DRYING APPARATUS} - (PART 2) INTERLOCKS - The spraying apparatus, drying apparatus and ventilating system for the spray booth or spraying room shall be equipped with suitable interlocks arranged to: 1. Prevent operation of spraying apparatus while drying operations are in progress, 2. Purge spray vapors from the spray booth or spraying room for a period of not less than three minutes before drying apparatus can be operated, 3. Have the ventilating system maintain a safe atmosphere within the spray booth or spraying room during the drying process and automatically shut off drying apparatus in the event of a failure of the ventilating system, and 4. Automatically shut off the drying apparatus if the air temperature within the booth exceeds 160 F when other than portable infrared drying apparatus is used. PORTABLE INFRARED APPARATUS - When portable infrared drying apparatus is used, electrical wiring and portable infrared drying equipment shall comply with Article 45 and the Electrical Code. Electrical equipment located within 18 inches of floor level shall be approved for Class I, Division 2 hazardous locations. Metallic parts of drying apparatus shall be properly electrically bonded and grounded. During spraying operations, portable drying apparatus and electrical connections and wiring thereto shall not be located with- in spray booths, spraying rooms or other areas where spray residue could be deposited thereon. SPRAYING AREAS - Drying or baking units using a heating system having open flames or which could produce sparks shall not be installed in a spraying area. When such units are installed adjacent to a spraying area, they shall be equipped with an interlocked ventilating system arranged to: 1) Thoroughly ventilate the drying space before the heating system can be started, 2) Maintain a safe atmosphere at any source of ignition, and 3) Automatically shut down the heating system in the event of a failure of the ventilating system.


 

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