A greater or lesser setback s be imposed by regulation in accordance with the Section herein; iii. All structures in which tire facilities are located shall nfpa d subject to the height and area limitations of Chapter of the Municipal Code ; ii. The interior of all structures used for tire storage shall be secured against unauthorized nfpa d v. Smoking shall be prohibited in any room or other enclosure where tires are stored or nfpa d of and appropriate signs indicating the prohibition shall be posted; iv. Tire facilities located on any open site shall adhere nfpa d the following requirements: Nfpx structures in which nfpa d facilities are located shall be subject to the nfpq and area limitations of Chapter of the Municipal Code. Tire facilities located within a structure shall adhere to the following requirements: Smoking shall be prohibited in any room or other enclosure where tires are stored or disposed of and appropriate signs indicating the prohibition nfpa d be posted.
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It included revisions to the tentative standard and was adopted by the Association at its Fall Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. The edition was a partial revision of the edi-tion, and the edition was a partial revision of the edition. The edition con-tained guidelines for outdoor storage of scrap tires in Appendix C. The edition of the standard incorporated findings from recent full-scale fire tests. The concept of miscellaneous storage was introduced, and the suggestions for fighting rub-ber tire fires in sprinklered buildings were revised.
The edition introduces protection requirements for large-drop sprinklers and ESFRsprinklers. In addition, the fire wall requirements have been clarified. Long, Michelin Tire Mfg. Schifiliti, Fire Safety Consultants, Inc. Spaulding, Factory Mutual Research Corp.
James R. Townhill, Piedmont Environmental Inc. General TireRobert B. Rubber Mfrs. William R. Hagelin Joseph B. Hankins, Jr. Thacker Todd E. Ingalls William P. Thomas, Jr. Hoover NonvotingRobert C. Since that time,changes in the membership may have occurred. A key to classifications is found at the back of this document.
NOTE: Membership on a committee shall not in and of itself constitute an endorsement of the Associationor any document developed by the committee on which the member serves. Committee Scope: This Committee shall have primary responsibility for documents on the safeguardsagainst fire in the storage of rubber tires.
Information on referenced publications can be found inChapter 6 and Appendix D. Chapter 1 Introduction Scope. This standard shall be per-mitted to be used as a basis for evaluating existing storage facil-ities. Unless expressly stated otherwise, for thepurposes of this standard, the following definitions shallapply:Approved.
Authority Having Jurisdiction. Available Height for Storage. The maximum height atwhich tires can be stored above the floor while maintainingadequate clearance from structural members and therequired clearance below sprinklers. Banded Tires.
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