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126.96.36.199 Acceptable Liquid Fuels
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The type and grade of liquid fuel used in a liquid fuel-burning appliance shall be that liquid fuel for which the appliance is listed and approved or is stipulated by the manufacturer. Liquid fuels shall meet one of the following specifications and shall not contain gasoline or any other flammable liquid:
- ASTM D396, Standard Specification for Fuel Oils
- ASTM D3699, Standard Specification for Kerosene
- ASTM D6448, Industrial Burner Fuels from Used Lube Oils
- ASTM D6751, Standard Specification for Biodiesel Fuel Blend Stock (B100) for Middle Distillate Fuel
- ASTM D6823, Commercial Burner Fuels from Used Lube Oils
Appliances that burn crankcase oil or used oil shall not be used in a residential occupancy. Such appliances shall only be used if all of the following conditions are met:
- The installation is in a commercial or industrial occupancy.
- The oil-burning appliance is designed to burn crankcase oil or used oil and is listed for such use.
- The appliance is installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions and with the terms of its listing.
- The installation meets the applicable requirements of Section 4.6 and Chapter 12 of NFPA 31.
Where heavy oils are used, the following shall be required:
- The oil-burning appliance shall be designed to burn such fuels.
- Means shall be provided to maintain the oil at its proper atomizing temperature.
- Automatically operated burners that require preheating of oil shall be arranged so that no oil can be delivered for combustion until the oil is at the proper atomizing temperature.
- * Use of an oil-fired appliance that is listed in accordance with ANSI/UL 296A, Standard for Waste Oil-Burning Air-Heating Appliances, shall be deemed as meeting the intent of 188.8.131.52.3(1) through 184.108.40.206.3(3).
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