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NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

    NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
    Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
    Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).

 

      Chapter 1 Administration

        1.1 Scope
        1.2 Purpose
        1.3 Application
        1.4 Retroactivity
        1.5 Equivalency
        1.6 Enforcement
        1.7 Classification of Liquids

    Chapter 2 Referenced Publications

        2.1 General
        2.2 NFPA Publications
        2.3 Other Publications
        2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections

    Chapter 3 Definitions

        3.1 General
        3.2 NFPA Official Definitions
        3.3 General Definitions
        3.4 Definition and Classification of Liquids

    Chapter 4 Storage of Liquids

        4.1 Scope
        4.2 General Requirements
        4.3 Storage of Liquids

    Chapter 5 Piping for Liquids

        5.1 Scope
        5.2 General Requirements for All Piping Systems
        5.3 Installation of Piping Systems
        5.4 Testing
        5.5 Detector Maintenance
        5.6 Vent Piping
        5.7 Vapor Recovery Piping

    Chapter 6 Fuel Dispensing Systems

        6.1 Scope
        6.2 General Requirements
        6.3 Requirements for Dispensing Devices
        6.4 Requirements for Remote/Submersible Pumps
        6.5 Requirements for Dispensing Hose
        6.6 Requirements for Fuel Delivery Nozzles
        6.7 Emergency Electrical Disconnects
        6.8 Vapor Recovery Systems

    Chapter 7 Building Construction Requirements

        7.1 Scope
        7.2 General Requirements. (Reserved)
        7.3 Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
        7.4 Repair Garages
        7.5 Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
        7.6 Heat-Producing Appliances
        7.7 Dynamic Automotive Emissions Testing Equipment

    Chapter 8 Electrical Installations

        8.1 Scope
        8.2 General Requirements
        8.3 Installation in Classified Locations
        8.4 Emergency Electrical Disconnects
        8.5 Specific Requirements for Marine Fuel Facilities

    Chapter 9 Operational Requirements

        9.1 Scope
        9.2 Basic Requirements
        9.3 Operating Requirements for Full-Service Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
        9.4 Operating Requirements for Attended Self-Service Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
        9.5 Operating Requirements for Unattended Self-Service Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
        9.6 Refueling from Tank Vehicles
        9.7 Repair Areas

    Chapter 10 Vapor Processing and Vapor Recovery Systems for Liquid Motor Fuels

        10.1 Vapor Processing Systems
        10.2 Vapor Recovery Systems

    Chapter 11 Marine Fueling

        11.1 Scope
        11.2 Storage
        11.3 Piping Systems
        11.4 Fuel Dispensing System
        11.5 Sources of Ignition
        11.6 Bonding and Grounding
        11.7 Fire Control
        11.8 Containers and Movable Tanks
        11.9 Cargo Tank Fueling Facilities
        11.10 Operating Requirements

    Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG

        12.1 Scope
        12.2 General Requirements
        12.3 Fuel Storage
        12.4 Dispenser Installations Beneath Canopies
        12.5 Specific Requirements for LP-Gas Dispensing Devices
        12.6 Electrical Equipment

    Chapter 13 Farms and Remote Sites

        13.1 Scope
        13.2 Approved Storage
        13.3 Marking of Tanks and Containers
        13.4 Fire Prevention and Control

    Annex A Explanatory Material
    Annex B Typical Flammable and Combustible Liquids Found at Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities
    Annex C Sample Ordinance Adopting NFPA 30A
    Annex D Informational References
    Index

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf
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Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

    NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
    Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
    Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).
Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

    NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
    Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
    Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).
Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

    NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
    Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
    Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).
Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

    NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
    Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
    Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).

Fire safety at motor fuel dispensing operations and motor vehicle repair facilities depends on the critical guidelines in NFPA 30A.

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf

Dispensing flammable motor fuels can present serious hazards that can be avoided by adhering to specialized guidelines. The 2015 edition of NFPA 30A: Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages provides the latest rules for fuel storage and piping, fuel dispensing systems, and operating procedures for retail fuel dispensing, marine fuel dispensing, and fleet vehicle fuel dispensing. NFPA 30A also covers gaseous motor vehicle fuels when dispensed at the same locations as liquid fuels.

Now with a refined scope and added references to ANSI/UL standards:

  • NFPA 30A's scope has been clarified and revised to state that the Code applies to repair garages regardless of the type of fuel present, and that the Code does not apply to aircraft fueling.
  • Chapter 6: Fuel Dispensing Systems includes added references to ANSI/UL 842: Standard for Valves for Flammable Fluids and ANSI/UL 2586: Standard for Hose Nozzle Valves.
  • Amended Chapter 12 Additional Requirements for CNG, LNG, Hydrogen, and LPG resolves inconsistencies between NFPA 30A and other NFPA® codes addressing alternative fuels.

Clearer requirements mean better fire safety in service stations. Update to the 2015 NFPA 30A today.

Today's NFPA 30A is an essential resource for architects and engineers involved with design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities, AHJs and other professionals with oversight/review authority, and facility owners and operators. (Softbound, Approx. 42 pp., 2015).

- See more at: http://catalog.nfpa.org/2015-NFPA-30A-Code-for-Motor-Fuel-Dispensing-Facilities-and-Repair-Garages-P1165.aspx#sthash.pUWJf8VQ.dpuf