Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Vehicular Fuel Systems Code

675 IAC 28-1-21 NFPA 52; compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicular fuel … Exception: Compressed natural gas stored in vehicle-mounted …

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ANSI/ASM E B31. Amend Section. Storage shall be limited to not more than ten thousand (10,000) cubic feet (283,168L) of natural gas in each building.  The gas-detection system shall sound a distinct alarm signal when a gas concentration of not more than twenty (20)percent of the lower flammability limit is present. Buildings and rooms used for the storage, compression, or dispensing of CNGshall be classified in accordance with Table 4-12 for installations of electrical equipment. 6. (Fire Prevention and Building SafetyCommission; 675 IAC 28-1-21; filed Aug 23, 2006, 4:03 p.
The following documents referenced in NFPA 52 are not adopted, are not enforceable, and are for
information purposes only:

  1. (1) NFPA 30.
  2. (2) NFPA 30A.
  3. (3) NFPA 54.
  4. (4) NFPA 101.
  5. (5) NFPA 259.
  6. (6) NFPA 302.
  7. (7) NFPA 303.
  8. (8) NFPA 496.
  9. (9) ANSI SI 10.
  10. (10) ANSI Z 87.1.
  11. (11) ANSI Z 89.1.
  12. (12) API RP 2003.
  13. (13) ANSI/ASM E B31.3.
  14. (14) ASTM A 47.
  15. (15) ASTM A 395.
  16. (16) ASTM A 536.
  17. (17) ASTM E 136.
  18. (18) CGA S-1.1.
  19. (19) CSA B 51.
  20. (20) ANSI/IAS NGV1.
  21. (21) ANSI/IAS NGV2.
  22. (22) IAS US 5-96.
  23. (23) SAE J 1616.
  24. (24) Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations.

The following documents are adopted and are enforceable:

  1. (1) NFPA 37, as adopted in section 15 of this rule.
  2. (2) NFPA 70, as adopted in 675 IAC 17.
  3. (3) ASM E Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, as adopted at 680 IAC 2-1-1.

Delete Section 1.3 in its entirety without substitution.
Amend Section 1.4 by deleting text and substituting \”Alternate provisions are permitted as specified in 675 IAC 12-6-11.\”.
Amend Chapter 3 as follows:

  1. (1) Amend the following definitions: APPROVED means acceptance by the authority having jurisdiction by one (1) of the following

methods:

  1. (1) Investigation or tests conducted by nationally recognized authorities; or
  2. (2) Investigation or tests conducted by nationally recognized technical or scientific organizations; or
  3. (3) Nationally accepted principles.

 

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