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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 1.11.0.
- Plot plan of the park drawn to scale, indicating elevations, property lines, driveways, existing or proposed buildings, and the sizes of manufactured home lots.
- Complete specification and piping layout of proposed plumbing systems or alteration.
- Complete specification and layout of proposed sewage disposal system or alteration.
- The nature and extent of the work proposed, showing clearly that such work will conform to the provisions of this code.
Manufactured/Mobile Home. A structure transportable in one or more sections, which in the traveling mode is 8 feet (243 8 mm) or more in width and 40 feet (12192 mm) or more in length or, where erected on site, is 320 square feet (29.73 m2) or more, and which is built on a permanent chassis, and designed to be used as a dwelling with or without a permanent foundation where connected to the required utilities. It includes the plumbing, heating, air-conditioning, and electrical systems contained therein. For further clarification of definition, see Federal Regulation 24 CFR.
Manufactured/Mobile Home Accessory Building or Structure. A building or structure that is an addition to or supplements the facilities provided to a manufactured home. It is not a self-contained, separate, habitable building or structure. Examples are awnings, cabanas, ramadas, storage structures, carports, fences, windbreaks, or porches.
Manufactured/Mobile Home Lot. A portion of a manufactured home park designed for the accommodation of one manufactured home and its accessory buildings or structures for the exclusive use of the occupants.
Manufactured/Mobile Home Park. A parcel (or contiguous parcels) of land that has been so designated and improved that it contains two or more manufactured home lots available to the general public for the placement thereon of a manufactured home for occupancy.
Recreational Vehicle (RV). A vehicular-type unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, travel, or seasonal use that either has its own motive power or is mounted on or towed by another vehicle. The basic entities are camping trailer, fifth-wheel trailer, motor home, park trailer, travel trailer, and truck camper.
Recreational Vehicle Park. A plot of land upon which two or more recreational vehicle sites are located, established or maintained for occupancy by recreational vehicles of the general public as temporary living quarters for recreation or vacation purpose.
Recreational Vehicle Site. Within a recreational vehicle park, a plot of ground intended for the accommodation of a recreational vehicle, a tent, or another individual camping unit on a temporary basis.
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* Except for six unit fixtures
(per 100 feet)
(per 100 feet)
For the installation of liquefied petroleum gas (LP-Gas) storage systems, the provisions of NFPA 58 shall be followed. [NFPA 501A:126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52]
- The conduit shall be not less than Schedule 40 pipe that is approved for underground installation beneath buildings.
- The interior diameter of the conduit shall be not less than 1/2 of an inch (15 mm) larger than the outside diameter of the gas piping.
- The conduit shall extend to a point not less than 4 inches (102 mm) beyond the outside wall of the manufactured home or accessory building or structure, and the outer ends shall not be sealed.
- Where the conduit terminates within a manufactured home or accessory building or structure, it shall be accessible, and the space between the conduit and the gas piping shall be sealed to prevent leakage of gas into the building. [NFPA 501A:184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11.4]
In extreme climate areas, additional capacities other than those in Table E403.2 shall be considered. [NFPA 501A:18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124]
|NUMBER OF M/H SITES||BRITISH THERMAL UNITS PER
HOUR PER M/H SITE
Seamless copper or steel tubing shall be permitted to be used with gases not corrosive to such material. Steel tubing shall comply with ASTM A254. Copper tubing shall comply with ASTM B88 (Type K or Type L) or ASTM B280. Copper tubing (unless tin-lined) shall not be used if the gas contains more than an average of 0.3 grains of hydrogen sulfide per 100 standard cubic feet (set) of gas (0.7 mg/100 L). [NFPA 501A:126.96.36.199.1 - 188.8.131.52.6]
- The main distribution pipeline shall be permitted to be connected to a tank or tanks having an aggregate capacity not exceeding 20000 gallons (75708 L) at a point below the liquid level.
- Where this piping is so connected, a readily accessible internal or external shutoff valve shall be installed in the piping as close as practicable to the tank.
- If external and aboveground, the shutoff valve and its tank connections shall be made of steel.
- Connections between the tank(s) and the main pipeline shall be made with double swing joints or flexible connectors, or shall otherwise be arranged to permit the tank(s) to settle without damaging the system.
- If located aboveground, the connections specified in Section E403.13(4) shall be located within the diked area.
- A readily accessible and identified manual shutoff valve shall be installed either inside or outside of the structure in each branch supply pipeline that enters a building, mobile home, travel trailer, or other structure. If outside, the valve shall be protected from weather and damage. If inside, the valve shall be located directly adjacent to the point at which the supply line enters the structure.
- A device shall be provided in the supply line at or ahead of the point where it enters the interior of the structure that will automatically shut off the oil supply, if the supply line between this device and the appliance is broken. This device shall be located on the appliance side of the manual shutoff valve required in Section E403.13(6) and shall be solidly supported and protected from damage.
- Means shall be provided to limit the oil pressure at the appliance inlet to a maximum gauge pressure of 3 pounds-force per square inch gauge (psig) (21 kPa). If a pressure-reducing valve is used, it shall be a type approved for the service.
A device shall be provided that will automatically shut
off the oil supply to the appliance if the oil pressure at
the appliance inlet exceeds a gauge pressure of 8 psig (55
kPa). This device shall not be required under either of the following conditions:
- Where the distribution system is supplied from a gravity tank and the maximum hydrostatic head of oil in the tank is such that the oil pressure at the appliance inlet will not exceed a gauge pressure of 8 psig (55 kPa).
- Where a means is provided to automatically shut off the oil supply if the pressure-regulating device provided in accordance with Section E403.13(8) fails to regulate the pressure as required.
- Only appliances equipped with primary safety controls specifically listed for the appliance shall be connected to a centralized oil distribution system. [NFPA 31:9.2.10 - 9.2.15]
WARNING: Do not overpressurize the fuel gas piping system. Damage to valves, regulators, and appliances can occur due to pressurization beyond the maximums specified. [NFPA 501A:184.108.40.206]
- No more than one 660 gallon (2498 L) tank or two tanks with an aggregate capacity of 660 gallons (2498 L) or less shall be connected to one oil-burning appliance.
- Two supply tanks, where used, shall be cross-connected and provided with a single fill and single vent, as described in NFPA 31 and shall be on a common slab and rigidly secured one to the other.
- Tanks having a capacity of 660 gallons (2498 L) or less shall be securely supported by rigid, noncombustible supports to prevent settling, sliding, or lifting. [NFPA 501A:4.4.6]
Doors to the exterior shall open outward, be self-closing, and shall be visually screened using a vestibule or wall to prevent a direct view of the interior where the exterior doors are open. Such screening shall not be required on single toilet units.
- A minimum of 25 gallons (95 L) per day per site for sites without individual water connections.
- A minimum of 50 gallons (189 L) per day per site for sites with individual water connections.
- A minimum of 50 gallons (189 L) per day per site where water-supplied water closets are provided in restrooms.
The drainage system inlet shall consist of a 4 inch (102 mm), self-closing, foot-operated hatch of approved material with the cover milled to fit tight. The hatch body shall be set in the concrete of the slab with the lip of the opening flush with its surface to facilitate the cleansing of the slab with water. The hatch shall be properly connected to a drainage system inlet, which shall discharge to an approved sanitary sewage disposal facility.
The water supply to the flushing device shall be protected from backflow using a listed vacuum breaker or backflow prevention device located downstream from the last shutoff valve.
Adjacent to the flushing arrangement shall be posted a sign of durable material not less than 2 feet by 2 feet (610 mm by 610 mm) in size. Inscribed thereon in clearly legible letters shall be the following:
"DANGER - NOT TO BE USED FOR DRINKING OR DOMESTIC PURPOSES."
"POTABLE WATER. NOT TO BE USED FOR FLUSHING WASTE TANKS."
The potable water shall be protected from backflow using a listed vacuum breaker located downstream from the last shutoff valve.