I would like to confim the separation distanse between the LPG tanks and the "line of adjoining property that can be built upon" ex. 4000lit underground tank. Is the example in the attached drawings is correct?
So about 1000 gallon tank.
Using NFPA 58 2017
Table 188.8.131.52 says 10 feet to a property line.
I am thinking your drawing does not meet that, If that is a property line to the left of the tank,
there is an indication of 1m and (3m) not sure which number is correct????
It does not meet the ten feet to a property line.
OHHH I am not an engineer, so you can discount my reply if you want, and I cannot do math.
Thank you for the reply, i modified the drawings the avialable sepration between the tank is 1m (3ft) is there any expection to do the installtion as in the drawings by adding something (ex. increasing the safety mesures by installting water sprinklers)?
How far is the tank to the building to the left?
NFPA 58 says ten feet to property line,
But if you can talk to the powers to be look at
NFPA 58 2017
Should help, being an underground tank
You could possibly use those sections, to document that there will be nothing built with in ten feet of the tank, and see of the powers to be will accept that.
Good luck, guess cannot move the tank?
There is always more to add.
You wrote: I would like to confim the separation distanse between the LPG tanks and the "line of adjoining property that can be built upon" ex. 4000lit underground tank. Is the example in the attached drawings is correct?
Yes - this the application of Section 6.4.1 of the 2017 NFPA 58. According to the locations of the containers on your plan it appears to meet this application where the hatched area on your plan is a public right of way and not privately owned land. See explanation in Section A184.108.40.206. Make sure you have documentation from the AHJ that property in the hatched area is an easement and will not be built upon.
A 4,000 liter container = 1057 gallons. From the table below a separation distance of 25 ft or 7.6 m for the 1056 gallon container.
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