By International Code Council
The 2009 foreign gasoline fuel Code units forth standards that tackle the layout and deploy of gasoline fuel structures and gas-fired home equipment, in response to the most up-tp-date details and expertise on hand. the necessities are performance-driven, making this a good instrument and beneficial addition to any Code library.
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Industrial processing or heating; L = Equivalent length of pipe, feet. 2. 7 inch water column = 1 psi). 3. 4. Boiler or mechanical rooms. 1 Longest length method. The pipe size of each section of gas piping shall be determined using the longest 30 3. The piping is located inside buildings or separate areas of buildings used exclusively for: 4. The piping is a temporary installation for buildings under construction. 5. The piping serves appliances or equipment used for agricultural purposes. 6. 9 kPa) and complies with NFPA 58.
1 Scope. This section shall govern the reduction in required clearances to combustible materials and combustible assemblies for chimneys, vents, appliances, devices and equipment. 4. 2 Reduction table. 2 or shall utilize an assembly listed for such application. 2, the reduced clearances shall be determined by linear interpolation between the distances listed in the table. Reduced clearances shall not be derived by extrapolation below the range of the table. 1 Appliances installed in rooms that are large in comparison with the size of the appliance.
3 shall be limited to uses recommended by the manufacturer and shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, the provisions of this code and the requirements determined by the code official. 2 Hazardous area. Equipment and appliances having an ignition source shall not be installed in Group H occupancies or control areas where open use, handling or dispensing of combustible, flammable or explosive materials occurs. 3 Elevation ofignition source. Equipment and appliances having an ignition source shall be elevated such that the source of ignition is not less than 18 inches (457 mm) above the floor in hazardous locations and public garages, private garages, repair garages, motor fuel-dispensing facilities and parking garages.
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