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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.

KINDER MORGAN
00002 NEVADA AVE

Review DateStatusComment(s)
12/19/2013 FYI12/19/13 PLANS RESUBMITTED SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS COMPLIANCE WITH IFC 2009, SECTION 608 OK
12/19/2013 FYIKinder Morgan, Data Center, 2 N Nevada Av: basement remodel for new data center SYSTEMS: fire sprinkler for area/height; fire alarm for occupancy/high rise; clean agent for data center CN:Code: 09 IBC - 09 IFC - 11 PPRBC /Class:B / Const: I-A /Stories: 14/Size: 13,771 /OL: 27 THIS SCOPE ROOM: DATA CENTER 100 (adjacent to Water control room) ADDING: TWO BATTERY CABINETS FOR UPS SYSTEM; 48 GALLONS TOTAL ELECTROLYE; 40 BATTERIES TOTAL.
AttentionCHEMICAL INVENTORY ROOM: DATA CENTER 100 (adjacent to Water Control room) ADDING: TWO VRLA BATTERY CABINETS FOR UPS SYSTEM; 48 GALLONS TOTAL ELECTROLYE; 40 BATTERIES TOTAL. Battery electorlyte amount reported below permit threshold of 50 gallons: 48 gallons reported VRLA 48 GALLONS; TWO CABINETS, 40 BATTERIES PLAN SHEET E2-10 see redline NO annual operational permit is required for this room IF THIS IS THE ONLY QUANTITY OF ELECTROLYTE. NO EXISTING INVENTORY, IF PRESENT, WAS REPORTED IN THIS SUBMITAL. LIKELY THERE IS MORE UPS SYSTEMS IN THIS FACILITY. PLEASE DECLARE TOTAL ELECTROLYTE IN ENTIRE FACILITY This amount is below both the CSFD Hazardous Materials Permit amount, and below the requirements set forth in section 608/609 of the IFC 2009, as amended. It is also below MAQ TABLES IN 2703.1.1.(1) - 2703.1.1(4) Therefore, this AREA is exempt from the requirements of Section 608. ***Design has included compliance with some sections of the 608: * smoke detection in room * ventilationof cabinets and exhaust in room
FYIBATTERIES SYSTEMS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 608 OF THE IFC 2009: EXEMPT THIS ROOM/IS BELOW THE 50 GALLON THRESHOLD 1. The batteries shall have venting caps to relieve pressure, which is often Hydrogen gas. 2. VRLA or other sealed non-venting caps shall be equipped with resealing flame arresting safety caps. 3. Lithium Ion and Lithium metal polymer batteries shall not require vented caps. 4. VRLA and Lithium -ion and lithium metal polymer battery systems shall be provided with a listed device or other approved method to preclude, detect or control Thermal runaway. 5. Battery systems shall be permitted in the same room or area as they equipment they support. 6. Battery systems shall be housed in a non-combustible locked cabinet or enclosure to prevent unauthorized personnel from accessing the system. 7. Enclosures of stationary battery systems shall comply with the IBC. When stationary batteries are installed in separate equipment room accessible only to authorized personnel, they shall be permitted to be installed on an open rack for ease of maintenance. 8. Spill control and a means of spill response shall be provided. 9. An approved method of control and cleaning up the spill shall be provided. 10. Ventilation shall be provided in accordance with the IMC. Ventilation systems shall ventilate the floor area of the room at a minimum of 1 cfm/sq. ft. and shall be provided on a continuous basis. 11. The ventilation system shall be designed to limit the maximum concentration of Hydrogen 1% of the total volume of the room. 12. Temperature Control shall be provided to maintain safe operating conditions of the batteries. 13. Signs and placards shall be appropriately posted. 14. Seismic protection shall be provided for the battery storage system in accordance with the IBC. 15. Approved smoke detection shall be provided.
FYI12/19/13 Per Isiah and BrianThomas: Cabinets are ventilated; will email specifications on ventilated cabinets
AttentionLabeling - 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. Doors into electrical equipment rooms or buildings containing stationary battery systems shall be provided with approved signs. The signs shall state that: 1. The room contains energized battery systems. 2. The room contains energized electrical circuits. 3. The battery electrolyte solutions, where present, are corrosive liquids Cabinets shall have the exterior labels that identify the manufacturer and model number of the system and electrical rating of the contained battery system. Signs within the cabinet that indicate the relevant electrical, chemical and fire hazards.
AttentionANNUAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT ATTENTION PLEASE DECLARE TOTAL AMOUNT OF ELECTROLYTE AND/OR OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS LOCATED WITHIN THIS FACILITY IF THIS FACILITY HAS GREATER THAN 50 GALLONS ELECTROLYTE (aggregate) IT IS REQUIRED TO ENROLL IN THE CSFD ANNUAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OPERATIONAL PERMIT AT https://hammers.springsgov.com/submit SEE ATTACHED POSTCARD IN PLAN SET This facility is required to have a construction final hazmat inspection and review of annual hazardous materials permit inspection. Please contact 719 385-5978, for your Hazmat Inspection schedule, Hazmat Specialist, Jay Weightman. Plan reviewer is unable to identify existing and total quantities at this facility at this time. Please coordinate with your Hazmat Specialist for permit requirements.


 

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