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Sections 506.3.1 To 506.3.2.4
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IMC Sections 506.3.1 to 506.3.2.4 are deleted and replaced with Chapters 1 to 10 and 12 to 15 of NFPA 96.
Prior to the use or concealment of any portion of a grease duct system, a leakage test shall be performed to determine that all welded joints and seams are liquidtight. Ducts shall be considered to be concealed where they are installed in shafts or covered by coatings or wraps that prevent the duct from being visually inspected on all sides. It is permissible to test the duct in sections, provided that, after the duct system is completely assembled, all field-assembled joints are tested, including the duct-to-hood connection. When the testing is performed in this manner, only the field-assembled joints of listed factory-built grease ducts are required to be tested. The leakage test shall consist of a light, air, or water test, or an approved equivalent test. The permit holder shall be responsible to provide the necessary equipment and perform the grease duct leakage test.
The light test shall be performed by passing a lamp having a power rating of not less than 100 watts through the entire section of ductwork to be tested. The lamp shall be open so as to emit light equally in all directions perpendicular to the duct walls. No light from the duct interior shall be visible through any exterior surface.
The air test shall be performed by sealing the entire duct system from the hood exhaust opening(s) to the duct termination. The sealed duct system shall then be pressurized to a minimum pressure of 1.0 inch water column and shall be required to hold the initial set pressure for a minimum of 20 minutes.
The water test shall be performed by use of a pressure washer operating at a minimum of 1,500 psi, simulating cleaning operations. The water shall be applied directly to all areas to be tested. No water applied to the duct interior shall be visible on any exterior surface in any volume during the test.
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