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The Office of the State Fire Marshal's adoption of this chapter or individual sections is applicable to structures regulated by other state agencies pursuant to Section 1.11.
Permits for process piping shall show the total number of outlets to be provided for on each system and such other information as required by the Authority Having Jurisdiction.
Fees for process piping permits are included in Table 104.5.
Where plans or other data are submitted for review, a plan review fee shall be paid, as provided in Section 104.3.2
Excavations required for the installation of underground piping shall be kept open until such time as the piping has been inspected and approved. Where such piping is covered or concealed before such approval, it shall be exposed upon the direction of the Authority Having Jurisdiction.
Liquid HPP waste or drainage systems shall be installed in accordance with the plumbing code.
Hazardous production material piping and tubing shall be permitted to be installed within the space defined by the walls of exit corridors and the floor or roof above, or in concealed spaces above other occupancies in accordance with Section 1406.2.1.1 through Section 1406.2.1.6.
- At branch connections into the fabrication area.
- At entries into exit corridors. Excess flow valves shall be installed as required by the fire code.
Exception: Occasional transverse crossing of the corridors by supply piping that is enclosed within the corridor need not comply with Section 1406.2.1 1 through Section 1406.2.1.6.
Exception: Material that is incompatible with ferrous piping shall be permitted to be installed in nonmetallic piping with approved connections.