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2220.127.116.11 Tank Design and Construction
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Underground liquid motor fuel storage tanks shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the following:
- Tanks shall be completely double-walled and constructed of steel, fiberglass-reinforced plastic or a combination of both materials. The secondary tank shall be capable of containing any leakage from the primary tank.
- Tanks shall be designed and constructed to withstand one and one-half times the maximum operating loads and stresses, regardless of the amount of liquid motor fuel contained in the tank. Such capabilities shall be established by buoyancy calculations and load and stress analyses.
- Tanks shall be designed and constructed to withstand a pressure of 15 pounds per square inch gauge (psig)(103.4 kPa) or one and one-half times the maximum anticipated static head pressure, whichever is greater, for the primary tank and 5 pounds per square inch gauge (psig)(34.5 kPa) for the secondary tank.
- The capacity of each individual tank shall not exceed 12,000 gallons (45 420 L) of liquid motor fuel.