- Cooking equipment
- Ducts (if applicable)
- Fire-extinguishing equipment
- Special effluent or energy control equipment
- Metal lath and plaster
- Ceramic tile
- Quarry tile
- Other noncombustible materials or assembly of noncombustible materials that are listed for the purpose of reducing clearance
- Other materials and products that are listed for the purpose of reducing clearance
- The cooking medium is changed from animal oils and fats to vegetable oils.
- The positioning of the cooking equipment is changed.
- Cooking equipment is replaced.
- The equipment is no longer supported by the manufacturer.
- Central station, proprietary, or remote station alarm service
- Local alarm service that will cause the sounding of an audible signal at a constantly attended point
- Locking valves open
- * Sealing of valves and approved weekly recorded inspection
Table 50.5.4 Schedule of Inspection for Grease Buildup
|Type or Volume of Cooking||Inspection Frequency|
|Systems serving solid fuel cooking operations||Monthly|
|*Systems serving high-volume cooking operations||Quarterly|
|Systems serving moderate-volume cooking operations||Semiannually|
|†Systems serving low-volume cooking operations||Annually|
*High-volume cooking operations include 24-hour cooking, charbroiling, and wok cooking.
†Low-volume cooking operations include churches, day camps, seasonal businesses, and senior centers.
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50.5.5 Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Listed Hoods Containing Mechanical, Water Spray, or Ultraviolet Devices
FIGURE 188.8.131.52.1.2 Depth Gauge Comb.
- Proper use of portable fire extinguishers and extinguishing systems
- Proper method of shutting off fuel sources
- Proper procedure for notifying the local fire department
- Proper refueling
- How to perform leak detection
- Fuel properties
- Systems installed on mobile homes
- Systems installed on recreational vehicles
- Cargo tank vehicles, including trailers and semitrailers, and similar units used to transport LP-Gas as cargo, which are covered by Chapter 9 of NFPA 58.
- LP-Gas engine fuel systems on the vehicles, which are covered by Chapter 11 of NFPA 58.
- A MAWP of 312 psig (2.2 MPag) or higher where installed in enclosed spaces of vehicles
- A MAWP of 312 psig (2.2 MPag) or higher where installed on passenger vehicles
- A MAWP of 250 psig (1.7 MPag) or higher for containers where installed on the exterior of nonpassenger vehicles
- Pressure relief valve installation on ASME containers installed in the interior of vehicles complying with Section 11.9 of NFPA 58 shall comply with 11.8.5 of NFPA 58.
- Pressure relief valve installations on ASME containers installed on the outside of vehicles shall comply with 11.8.5 of NFPA 58 and 184.108.40.206.3.3.
- Main shutoff valves on containers for liquid and vapor shall be readily accessible.
- Cylinders shall be designed to be filled in either the vertical or horizontal position, or if they are the universal type, they are permitted to be filled in either position.
- All container inlets, outlets, or valves installed in container inlets or outlets, except pressure relief devices and gauging devices, shall be labeled to designate whether they communicate with the vapor or liquid space.
- Containers from which only vapor is to be withdrawn shall be installed and equipped with connections to minimize the possibility of the accidental withdrawal of liquid.
- The compartment shall be of sufficient size to allow tool operation for connection to and replacement of the regulator(s).
- The compartment shall be vaportight to the interior of the vehicle.
- The compartment shall have a 1 in.2 (650 mm2) minimum vent opening to the exterior located within 1 in. (25 mm) of the bottom of the compartment.
- The compartment shall not contain flame or spark-producing equipment.
- Piping shall be under the vehicle and below any insulation or false bottom.
- Fastening or other protection shall be installed to prevent damage due to vibration or abrasion.
- At each point where piping passes through sheet metal or a structural member, a rubber grommet or equivalent protection shall be installed to prevent chafing.
- Be sure all appliance valves are closed before opening container valve.
- Connections at the appliances, regulators, and containers shall be checked periodically for leaks with soapy water or its equivalent.
- Never use a match or flame to check for leaks.
- Container valves shall be closed when equipment is not in use.
|Propane Capacity of Cylinder|
|lb||kg||Open Vehicles||Enclosed Spaces of Vehicles|
|>45||>20||Relief valve in communication with the vapor space|
|>4.2||>1.9||Relief valve in communication with the vapor space|