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Emergency exit requirements around compressed or liquefied flammable gas storage and receiving

Question asked by Adam Brooker on Aug 28, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 21, 2017 by Adam Brooker

Hello- Can anyone point me in the right direction for NFPA (or other) standards that would apply for emergency exit requirements around compressed or liquefied flammable gasses (storage and receiving systems)?  For example- if I have a compressed hydrogen tube trailer with firewalls around it on 3 sides and a fence in front, how many exits are needed (e.g., one in back and one in front)?  

Thanks!

Adam

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