is possible should be kept free of rust. Ensure the design
does not allow the discharge of H-70 into storm or sanitary
Product Grades. Except as otherwise approved by
Service Headquarters, provide separate receiving and
distribution piping for the different products as follows:
b) Diesel fuel and distillate type burner fuels
(No. 1, No. 2, and kerosene).
c) Aviation turbine fuel, separate systems for each
d) Residual type burner fuels (No. 4, No. 5, and
g) OTTO fuels.
Exceptions. Designs for different products using
the same piping may be approved for long receiving lines such
as from a tanker or barge pier or a cross-country pipeline to
a storage facility. Where such common use occurs, make
provisions for receiving and segregating the interface between
two products. Consider the use of spheres or pigs to separate
batches. Exceptions will not be approved for common systems
to carry both clean and residual type fuels.
TRANSFER FLOW RATES. Table 1 shows the recommended
range of design flow rates. In some cases, greater rates may
PROTECTION AGAINST DAMAGE. Plan and design fuel
facilities with the goal of protecting the fuels, storage, and
transfer capability from enemy attack, terrorists, sabotage,