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accordance with NFPA 70. Where flammable liquids are not dispensed or
transferred between containers, unclassified locations for electrical equipment
may be provided.
To maintain a continuous low level flammable vapor concentration, design and
install mechanical ventilation system with 0.3 cu m/min/m (1 cfm/ft) airflow of
floor area. The ventilation fan motors should be classified for ordinary locations.
Note: The low-level ventilation system will prevent accumulation of significant
quantities of vapor-air mixture, in the event of a spill.
Naval waterfront and harbor facilities must comply with all of the following:
NFPA 307, Construction and Fire Protection of Marine Terminals,
Piers, and Wharves.
NFPA 312, Fire Protection of Vessels During Construction, Repair,
NFPA 303, Fire Protection Standard for Marinas and Boatyards.
UFC 4-152-01, Piers and Wharves.
UFC 4-150-02, Dockside Utilities.
UFC 4-151-10, General Criteria for Waterfront Construction.
UFC 4-213-10, Graving Drydocks.
UFC 4-213-12, Drydocking Facilities Characteristics.
PETROLEUM FUEL FACILITIES.
Petroleum fuel facilities must comply with UFC 3-460-01, Petroleum Fuel
Aboveground Vertical Tanks.
Construction, separation and diking requirements for above ground vertical tanks
storing flammable or combustible liquids are contained in UFC 3-460-01.
Aboveground Vertical Tanks for Flammable Liquids.