220.127.116.11 Storage in Process Areas
|Flammable liquids||IA||115||30||1, 2|
|IB & IC||460||120||1, 2|
|IA, IB, IC combined||460||120||1, 2, 3|
|Combustible liquids||II||460||120||1, 2|
Source: Table 18.104.22.168 of NFPA 5000, Building Construction and Safety Code, 2009 edition.
(1) Quantities are permitted to be increased 100 percent where all liquids are stored in approved flammable liquids storage cabinets or in safety cans. Where Note 2 also applies, the increase for both notes is permitted to be applied accumulatively.
(2) Quantities are permitted to be increased 100 percent in buildings equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with NFPA 13. Where Note 1 also applies, the increase for both notes is permitted to be applied accumulatively.
- * The amount required to supply spraying operations for one continuous 24-hour period
- The aggregate sum of the following:
- 25 gal (95 L) of Class IA liquids in containers
- 120 gal (454 L) of Class IB, Class IC, Class II, or Class III liquids in containers
- 1585 gal (6000 L) of either of the following:
- Twenty portable tanks or intermediate bulk containers, each not exceeding 793 gal (3000 L) of Class IIIB liquids [33:8.2.2]