There are 5-7 solvent tanks in one project which are designed as per NFPA 30. Now which NFPA standard should we refer for the designing of fire protection of these tanks?
If the tanks are inside a building, they should be protected by sprinklers per NFPA 13 or NFPA 16. Outside tanks, if required to be protected, either a foam systems (per NFPA 11) or spray nozzles (per NFPA 15) coudl be installed.
Other than the ones listed by Mr Reyes, you might want to have a look at lightning protection for tanks in NFPA 780.
Beside NFPA - for refineries and petrochemical facilities, you might also want to refer to API RP 2001, API RP 2021 and API RP 2030.
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