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|[California Code of Regulations, Title 19, Division 1]|
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- Acetones shall not be used as an extender for ketone peroxides or for cleaning equipment in which ketone peroxides have been used.
- Containers used to hold organic peroxides, when completely emptied, shall be removed to an outside storage area for disposal. Empty containers shall not be used for any other purpose.
- Spilled liquid and paste forms of peroxides shall be absorbed by a noncombustible material such as vermiculite or perlite, swept up immediately, and removed to an outside storage area for disposal.
- Organic peroxides shall be separated from all sources of heat including steam pipes, radiators, open flames or sparks, and solar radiation.
Indoor storage of organic peroxides in amounts exceeding the maximum allowable quantity per control area indicated in Table 5003.1.1(1) shall be in accordance with Sections 5001, 5003, 5004 and this chapter.
Indoor storage of unclassified detonable organic peroxides that are capable of detonation in their normal shipping containers under conditions of fire exposure shall be stored in accordance with Chapter 56.
In addition to the requirements of the California Building Code, detached storage buildings for Class I, II, III, IV and V organic peroxides shall be located in accordance with Table 6204.1.2. Detached buildings containing quantities of unclassified detonable organic peroxides in excess of those set forth in Table 5003.8.2 shall be located in accordance with Table 5604.5.2(1).
ORGANIC PEROXIDES—DISTANCE TO EXPOSURES FROM DETACHED STORAGE BUILDINGS OR OUTDOOR STORAGE AREAS
|ORGANIC PEROXIDE CLASS||MAXIMUM STORAGE QUANTITY (POUNDS) AT MINIMUM SEPARATION DISTANCE|
|Distance to buildings, lot lines, public streets, public alleys, public ways or means of egress||Distance between individual detached storage buildings or individual outdoor storage areas|
|50 feet||100 feet||150 feet||20 feet||75 feet||100 feet|
|II||100,000||200,000||No Limit||100,000a||No Limit||No Limit|
|III||200,000||No Limit||No Limit||200,000a||No Limit||No Limit|
|IV||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit|
|V||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit|
For SI: 1 foot = 304.8 mm, 1 pound = 0.454 kg.
- Where the amount of organic peroxide stored exceeds this amount, the minimum separation shall be 50 feet.
An approved supervised smoke detection system in accordance with Section 907 shall be provided in rooms or areas where Class I, II or III organic peroxides are stored. Activation of the smoke detection system shall sound a local alarm.
- Containers and packages in storage areas shall be closed.
- Bulk storage shall not be in piles or bins.
- A minimum 2-foot (610 mm) clear space shall be maintained between storage and uninsulated metal walls.
- Fifty-five-gallon (208 L) drums shall not be stored more than one drum high.
STORAGE OF ORGANIC PEROXIDES
|ORGANIC PEROXIDE CLASS||PILE CONFIGURATION||MAXIMUM QUANTITY PER BUILDING|
|Maximum width (feet)||Maximum height (feet)||Minimum distance to next pile (feet)||Minimum distance to walls (feet)|
|IV||16||10||3a, d||4b||No Requirement|
|V||No Requirement||No Requirement||No Requirement||No Requirement||No Requirement|
- Not more than 50 pounds (23 kg) of solid or 20 gallons (76 L) of liquid organic peroxides shall be stored in a hazardous materials cabinet.
- Not more than one hazardous materials cabinet containing organic peroxides shall be allowed within a building and such cabinet shall be used exclusively for the storage of organic peroxides.
- The location of hazardous materials cabinets shall be determined by the Chief.
- The refrigerator or freezer shall be approved for the storage of hazardous materials and all electrical equipment shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 9 of the LAMC (Electrical Code) for hazardous locations.
- Organic peroxides shall not be allowed to contact the interior surfaces of the refrigerator or freezer.
- The location of the refrigerator or freezer shall be approved by the Chief and shall comply with other applicable sections of this chapter.
- Not more than 50 pounds (23 kg) of solid or 20 gallons (76 L) of liquid organic peroxides shall be stored in a refrigerator or freezer, and only one such appliance shall be allowed within a building for the exclusive storage of organic peroxides.
- Organic peroxides in mixing areas shall be limited to the quantity needed for one 8-hour shift.
- Dispensing or weighing of organic peroxides shall not take place in the storage area.
- A section of the manufacturing area near the point of use shall be set aside for dispensing and weighing of peroxides. This section shall be clean and procedures shall be established to eliminate contamination with promoters or chemicals of any type.
- Where Class 1, 2, or 3 peroxides are handled, there shall be provided electrical wiring and equipment in accordance with Chapter 9 of the LAMC (Electrical Code).
- All tanks, metal containers, and pipelines shall be grounded or bonded in an approved manner to prevent the accumulation of static electricity.
- All supplies of organic peroxides shall be returned to proper storage locations at the end of each workday.