Depending on what codes you have adopted check out the following: International
Fire Code chapters : 50,53,63, and 61. The chapters will reference NFPA 58 and
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Behalf Of John Irwin
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 8:40 AM
Subject: Misc. Gas Storage
So … working on an Medical Equipment Storage Facility. I’ve got rack storage of
the medical equipment covered. But I also see a “propane fire safe” in the
corner of the warehouse. As well as a “medical oxygen cage”.
Owner says the following will be in the O2 cage: (40) ‘E’ Bottles and (20) ‘M’
Propane Safe contains two tanks for forklift.
(1) – Do I have to be concerned about the propane in the “propane safe”?
(2) – What standard do I protect the Oxygen to? (NFPA 99 doesn’t seem to fit
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