Is secondary containment required for tanks with a health hazard: 1, flammability: 0, and
Do you mind saying what will be in it?
OHHH I am not an engineer, so you can discount my reply if you want
2.8% Nitrogen from Urea
1.4% Potassium from potassium chloride
0.17% Iron from iron chelate
0.05% manganese from manganese chelate
0.002% metsulfuron methyl herbicide (Manor trade name)
0 .03% Bifenthrin insecticide
8% potassium chloride
6% iron chelate
2% manganese chelate
1,000 Dual Line Injection Tank
200 G Mix-n-go #1; Ready to Use Manor + Celsius Herbicide
200 G Mix-n-go #2;
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Sorry should have asked what fire code and year you have to design to??
Is this inside or outside?
Just off the top, I would say yes required.
If you look at IFC 2018 5004.2, I would say yes again
You might consult a FPE
2012 NFPA 1
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