184.108.40.206.4 Day-Care Occupancies
|Material||Class||Solid||Liquidk||Gasa (at NTP)|
|Flammable and combustible liquidb,c,l||See note||See note||See note||See note|
|Cryogenic fluid||Flammable||N/A||10 gal||N/A|
|Explosivesd,e,f,g||See note||See note||See note||See note|
|Flammable solid||N/A||5 lb||N/A||N/A|
|3||10 lbi||1 gali||N/A|
|IV||100,000 lb||100,000 lb||N/A|
|Pyrophoric materials||N/A||1 lb||1 lb||NP|
|Unstable reactives||4||1/4 lb||1/4 lb||NP|
|3||1 lb||1 lb||NP|
|2||10 lb||10 lb||NPh|
|Water-reactive||3||1 lb||1 lb||N/A|
|2||10 lb||10 lb||N/A|
|Corrosives||N/A||1,000 lb||100 gal||NP|
|Highly toxic||N/A||3 lb||3 lb||NPj|
|Toxic||N/A||125 lb||125 lb||NPj|
For SI units, 1 lb = 0.454 kg; 1 gal = 3.785 L; 1 ft3 = 0.0283 m3.
NTP: Normal temperature and pressure [measured at 70°F (21°C) and 14.7 psi (101 kPa)]. N/A: Not applicable. NP: Not permitted. NL: Not limited.
Note: The hazardous material categories and MAQs that are shaded in this table are not regulated by NFPA 400 but are provided here for informational purposes. See Chapter 2 of NFPA 400 for the reference code or standard governing these materials and establishing the MAQs. In accordance with 220.127.116.11 of NFPA 400, materials having multiple hazards that fall within the scope of NFPA 400 shall comply with NFPA 400.
aUnlimited amounts of gas are permitted to be used for personal medical or emergency medical use.
bStorage in excess of 10 gal (38 L) of Class I and Class II liquids combined or 60 gal (227 L) of Class IIIA liquids is permitted where stored in safety cabinets with an aggregate quantity not to exceed 180 gal (681 L).
cFuel in the tank of operating mobile equipment is permitted to exceed the specified quantity where the equipment is operated in accordance with this Code.
dThe use of explosive materials required by federal, state, or municipal agencies while engaged in normal or emergency performance of duties is not required to be limited. The storage of explosive materials is required to be in accordance with the requirements of NFPA 495.
eThe storage and use of explosive materials in medicines and medicinal agents in the forms prescribed by the official United States Pharmacopeia or the National Formulary are not required to be limited.
fThe storage and use of propellant-actuated devices or propellant-actuated industrial tools manufactured, imported, or distributed for their intended purposes are required to be limited to 50 lb (23 kg) net explosive weight.
gContainers, cylinders, or tanks not exceeding 250 scf (7.1 m3) content measured at 70°F (21°C) and 14.7 psi (101 kPa and used for maintenance purposes, patient care, or operation of equipment shall be permitted.
hThe permitted quantities are not limited in a building protected throughout by automatic sprinkler systems in accordance with NFPA 13.
iA maximum quantity of 220 lb (99 kg) of solid or 22 gal (83 L) of liquid Class 3 oxidizer is permitted where such materials are necessary for maintenance purposes, operation, or sanitation of equipment. Storage containers and the manner of storage are required to be approved.
mMedicines, foodstuffs, cosmetics, and other consumer products that contain not more than 50% by volume water-miscible flammable or combustible liquids, with the remainder of the product consisting of components that do not burn, shall not be limited, where packaged in individual containers that do exceed a 1.3-gallon capacity.
[400: Table 18.104.22.168]