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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.

EVERITT SOLBERG INC
04215 SINTON RD

Review DateStatusComment(s)
8/13/2013 FYIRESUBMITTED: The plans have been re-submitted, and the disapproved issues have been addressed as follows: APPROVED **PLEASE NOTE** ALL COMMENTS FOUND ON PREVIOUS PLAN REVIEWS REMAIN ENFORCEABLE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN THIS REVIEW. 1) General Air resubmitted the monitoring and alarm system for the interior CO2 dispensing area. Analox. SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS APPROVED 2) Inspector/Hazmat Specialist and facility shall coordinate to enroll this facility in the annual Hazardous Materials Permit Program. Annual inspection and fee applies.
8/6/2013 FYITHIS PROJECT IS: WAY TO GROW 4215 SINTON ROAD INSTALLATION OF ONE CO2 BULK 10 TON( 2,362 GALLON) AST & DISPENSING EXTERIOR TANK INTERIOR DISPENSING-FILL STATION CONTRACTOR: General Air
Disapproved08/06/13 NO INTERIOR DISPENSING INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED INCLUDING CO2 SENSOR AND ALARM SYSTEM FOR AREA OF DISPENSING. Plan Reviewer contacted Joe Marotta of General Air to discuss information needed to complete plan review. Submit additional information re: interior room (site plan detail), dispensing equipment and sensor and alarm monitoring system for the interior space area. Per Joe, he will gather information and resubmit.
FYIThe storage, use and/or dispensing of hazardous cryogenic liquids shall be in accordance with all applicable provisions of the 2009 International Fire Code including (but not limited to) Chapters 27, AND 32. OUTDOOR STORAGE OF STATIONARY CONTAINERS SHALL COMPLY WITH 2009 IFC 3203 AND 3204.3
FYITank Description: One, 10 TON (2,362 gal) Liquid Bulk Carbon Dioxide tank EXTERIOR SOUTHWEST CORNER ADJACENT TO BUILDING WITHIN AN 8 FOOT CHAIN LINK FENCED SECURED AREA. Type of containment: Unknown INSULATED ASME tank SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS INTERIOR DUA LFILL DISPENSING UNIT SOUTH END OF INTERIOR WAREHOUSE FILLS 20 LB CYLINDERS OF CO2
FYIEXTERIOR CO2 TANK - APPLICATION FOR PERMIT It is the responsibility of the Tank Installation Contractor to submit for and receive a CSFD Tank Installation Permit. Tank application shall be reviewed and approved prior to installation of the tank. The tank installation contractor is required to submit full drawings of the tank location, any associated exterior equipment, such as a vaporizer, and all valves, pressure relief devices and piping schematics associated with the tank (including to the point at which they enter the building from the exterior, if applicable). Attached to this submittal will need to be all of the tank manufacturer's spec/cut sheets for the tank as well as info on any related equipment. If applicable, vehicular protection will need to be shown on the plan, as well as a declaration of the material that the support foundation will be made of. The storage, use and/or dispensing of hazardous cryogenic liquids shall be in accordance with all applicable provisions of the 2009 International Fire Code including (but not limited to) Chapters 27 AND 32. Bulk CO2 systems at industrial and institutional consumer sites shall be in accordance with NFPA 55. OUTDOOR STORAGE OF STATIONARY CONTAINERS SHALL COMPLY WITH 2009 IFC 3203 AND 3204.3 Inert cryogenic fluids, including argon, helium and nitrogen, shall comply with CGA P-18. Cryogenic fluid systems shall be suitable for the use intended and designed by persons competent in such design. Equipment, machinery and processes shall be listed or approved.
FYI*** C02 TANK PERMIT INSTALLATION Site plan shall indicate the following information: 1) Location and legal identification (address and lot or parcel number) 2) Legal boundaries of the site, including reference to source or survey. 3) Location of significant buildings on the lot or site and adjacent lots or sites. Declare separation distances in feet. 4) Location of nearest public roadways and site access. Declare separation distances in feet. 5) North arrow. 6) Topographical features; declare separation distances to exposures or hazards in feet. 7) Proposed container location with respect to buildings, building openings, lot lines, public roadways, and ABOVEGROUND AND UNDERGROUND or overhead utilities; appliances or equipment, ignition sources, OTHER storage tanks and outdoor storage, declare separation distances in feet. 8) Container dimensions and capacity; 9) Container compliance markings, (ASME, DOTn, API) 10) Details of container foundation and supports. 11) Section through container showing supports and anchors and, if underground tank, backfill and corrosion protection . 12) Arrangement of valves and piping, identify emergency shut off locations 13) Specifications for containers, valves, piping, tank mounts and pads and other related equipment and application. 14) Means for protecting valves from tampering (security) and means of vehicle protection (bollards) 15) Name, address and telephone number of installer and servicing contractor; and emergency contact number and names for owner and supplier contractor. 16) A Scope of work
FYI{AST} Tank Location: EXTERIOR CRYOGENIC SEPARATION OF STATIONARY CONTAINERS FROM EXPOSURE HAZARDS EXPOSURE MINIMUM DISTANCE (feet) Buildings, regardless of construction type 1 ft Wall openings 1 ft Air intakes 10 ft Lot lines 5 ft Places of public assembly 50 ft non-ambulatory patient areas 50 ft Combustible materials such as paper, leaves weeds, dry grass or debris 15 ft and Other hazardous materials In accordance with Chapter 27 Bulk inert gas systems should be located in non-diked areas. Do not expose the system to electric power lines, crane ways or utility or process piping in a manner that would create a hazard. The location shall be accessible to mobile supply equipment and be provided with adequate: Foundation, lighting, vehicle protection and identification signs. Access shall be restrict to authorized personnel
FYI Electrical wiring and equipment shall comply with the ICC Electrical Code. Containers and systems shall not be located where they could become part of an electrical circuit.
FYISIGNS/MARKINGS/PLACARDS Marking. Cryogenic containers and systems shall be marked in accordance with Sections 3203.4.1 through 3203.4.6. Provide proper placarding / labeling for tank on both sides of tank as per NFPA 704. If applicable, provide placards for all doors leading to areas containing tank. Visible hazard identification signs in accordance with NFPA704 shall be provided at entrances to buildings or areas in which cryogenic fluids are stored, handled or used. Stationary and portable containers shall be marked with the name of the gas contained. Stationary above-ground containers shall be placarded in accordance with IFC 2003 Sections 2703.5 and 2703.6. Stationary containers shall be identified with the manufacturing specification and maximum allowable working pressure with a permanent nameplate. The nameplate shall be installed on the container in an accessible location. The nameplate shall be marked in accordance with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code or DOTn 49 CFR Part 1. Container inlet and outlet connections, liquid-level limit controls, valves and pressure gauges shall be identified in accordance with oneof the following: marked with a permanent tag or label identifying their function, or identified by a schematic drawing which portrays their function and designates whether they are connected to the vapor or liquid space of the container. Where a schematic drawing is provided, it shall be attached to the container and maintained in a legible condition. Piping systems shall be identified in accordance with ANSI ASME A 13.1.
FYIContainers shall be provided with substantial concrete or masonry foundations, or structural steel supports on firm concrete or masonry foundations. The surface of area on which stationary containers are placed, shall be compatible with the fluid in the container. Containers shall be supported to prevent the concentration of excessive loads on the supporting portion of the shell. Foundations for horizontal containers shall be constructed to accommodate expansion and contraction of the container. Foundations shall be provided to support the weight of vaporizers or heat exchangers. Containers of cryogenic fluids shall not be located within diked areas containing other hazardous materials. In areas subject to flooding, containers shall be anchored, secured or elevated to prevent separation from supports or foundation. Area surrounding containers shall be provided with a means to prevent accidental discharge of fluids from endangering environment,personnel, equipment and adjacent structures. The container shall NOT be placed where spilled or discharged fluids will be retained around the container.
Attention{AST} Provide for vehicle protection of tank in one of the following forms: 1) Provide Bollards- concrete filled Steel, Schedule 40, 4 inches outer diameter buried a minimum of 3 ft underground, extending a minimum of 3 ft above grade spaced at a minimum of 4 ft on center. Shall be anchored in a concrete foundation 15" diameter x 3 feet deep. Bollards shall be spaced away from the tank a distance equal or greater than their height above grade. Bollards shall not be more than 4 feet on-center. 2) Provide Concrete Road Barriers (Jersey Barriers) as approved by the Fire Code Inspector (4' apart, 4' from tanks. See 2003 IFC Section 312.3 for height and impact resistivity requirements). 3) CMU Block Screen Walls may be an acceptable method of vehicular protection. When CMU screen walls are considered for vehicular protection, they shall be proven to meet the height/impact resistivity requirements of 2003 IFC Section 312. *Standard traffic curbs are not recognized by the Fire Code as an acceptable method of vehicular protection. ATTENTION It appears that vehicle protection bollards are present at the tanks . It is unknown whether these bollards meet the requirements of item #1. Bollards shall be per IFC 2003, as amended. Inspector to verify. The number and location of bollards is subject to on site inspection. It appears that additional bollards will be needed at West and East ends. Vehicle protection was identified on these plans as bollards surrounding the tank. NOTE: ATTENTION: Vehicle protection compliance is subject to field inspection and approval.
Attention{NRT-11} Signs clearly establishing the location and identity of shut-off valves are to be provided.
I{NRT-09} Shut-off valves shall be provided for all buildings at outside locations where they are readily accessible for shutting off the gas supply to the building in case of emergency. A shut-off valve at the gas supply shall also be provided. Shutoff valves shall be provided on all container connections except for pressure relief devices. Shutoff valves shall be provided with access there to and located as close as practical to the container. Shutoff valves shall be installed in piping containing cryogenic fluids where needed to limit the volume of liquid discharged in the event of piping or equipment failure. Pressure relief valves shall be installed where liquid is capable of being trapped between shut-off valves in the piping system. A shutoff valve shall be located at the source of supply and at the point where the system enters the building.
Attention{NRT-01} All areas in which a liquefied inert gas is used or stored shall be properly ventilated in accordance with all applicable provisions of the 2009 IFC. See Chapters 27, 30 and 32.
FYI{AST} NOTE TO CONTRACTOR Prior to conducting fire final please arrange for or confirm Haz. Mat. inspection has been completed. Contact CSFD Office of the Fire Marshal to arrange for the tank permit inspection @ 385-5978.
FYIPRESSURE RELIEF DEVICES Pressure relief devices. Pressure relief devices shall be provided in accordance with Sections 3203.2.1 through 3203.2.7 to protect containers and systems containing cryogenic fluids from rupture in the event of overpressure. Pressure relief devices shall be designed in accordance with CGAS-1.1, CGA S-1.2 and CGA S-1.3. Containers shall be provided with pressure relief devices. Heat exchangers, vaporizers, insulation casings surrounding containers, vessels and coaxial piping systems in which liquefied cryogenic fluids could be trapped because of leakage from the primary container shall be provided with a pressure relief device. Pressure relief devices shall be sized in accordance with the specifications to which the container was fabricated. The relief device shall have sufficient capacity to prevent the maximum design pressure of the container or system from being exceeded. Pressure relief devices shall be located such that they are provided with ready access for inspection and repair. Pressure relief devices shall be arranged to discharge unobstructed to the open air in such a manner as to prevent impingement of escaping gas on personnel, containers, equipment and adjacent structures or to enter enclosed spaces. Exception: DOTn-specified containers with an internal volume of 2 cubic feet (0.057m3) or less. Shutoff valves shall not be installed between pressure relief devices and containers. Pressure-relief-device vent piping and drains in vent lines shall be arranged so that escaping gas will discharge unobstructed to the open air and not impinge on personnel, containers, equipment and adjacent structures or enter enclosed spaces. Pressure-relief-device vent lines shall be installed in such a manner to exclude or remove moisture and condensation and prevent malfunction of the pressure relief device because of freezing or ice accumulation.
FYIWhen container foundations or supports are subject to exposure to temperatures below -150F (-101C), the foundations or supports shall be constructed of materials to withstand the low-temperature effects of cryogenic fluid spillage Corrosion protection. Portions of containers in contact with foundations or saddles shall be painted to protect against corrosion.
FYISIGNS LABELING Visible hazard identification signs in accordance with NFPA704 shall be provided ON THE TANK AND entrances to buildings or areas in which cryogenic fluids are stored, handled or used. Stationary containers shall be identified with the manufacturing specification and maximum allowable working pressure with a permanent nameplate. The nameplate shall be installed on the container in an accessible location. The nameplate shall be marked in accordance with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code or DOTn 49 CFR Part 1. ** Container inlet and outlet connections, liquid-level limit controls, valves and pressure gauges shall be identified in accordance with one of the following: ** Marked with a permanent tag or label identifying their function ** Identified by a schematic drawing which portrays their function and designates whether they are connected to the vapor or liquid space of the container. Where a schematic drawing is provided, it shall be attached to the container and maintained in a legible condition. *** Emergency shutoff valves shall be identified and the location shall be clearly visible and indicated by means of a sign.
IContainers and systems shall be secured against unauthorized entry and safeguarded in an approved manner. Containers, piping, valves, pressure relief devices, regulating equipment and other appurtenances shall be protected against physical damage and tampering. **** This exterior yard/site will be gated and secured. OK
Attention{NRT-02} Inert cryogenic containers shall be provided with pressure relief devices to ensure that the maximum deisgn pressure of the contianer is not exceeded.
FYI{NRT-03} All piping systems or vessels in which liquefied inert gases may be trapped between closed valves shall be equipped with pressure relief devices. In cases where liquefied inert gas may be trapped in any valve cavity, means of venting shall be provided.
FYI{NRT-04} Piping and manifold systems for inert gases shall be installed under the supervision of a qualified representative familiar with proper practices for their construction and use. Consultation with the gas suppliers is encouraged.
FYI{NRT-07} Valves and pressure relief devices on inert systems shall be protected against accumulation of ice, snow and to freezing moisture from the air.
FYI{NRT-11} All inert piping systems shall be identified by appropriate labeling with the name of the gas.
FYI{NRT-15} Each inert gas system installed on consumer premises shall be inspected at least annually and maintained by a qualified representative of the equipment owner.
FYI{NRT-16} The area within 15 feet of any inert gas storage container shall be maintained free of paper, leaves, weeds, dry grass, or other combustible debris.


 

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