2009 International Fuel Gas Code: Looseleaf Version by International Code Council

By International Code Council

The 2009 foreign gas gasoline Code units forth standards that deal with the layout and deploy of gas fuel platforms and gas-fired home equipment, in response to the most up-tp-date info and expertise on hand. the necessities are performance-driven, making this an efficient instrument and precious addition to any Code library.

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The maximum design operating pressure for piping systems located inside buildings shall not exceed 5 pounds per square inch gauge (psig) (34 kPa gauge) except where one or more of the following conditions are met: 1. The piping system is welded. where: 2. The piping is located in a ventilated chase or otherwise enclosed for protection against accidental gas accumulation. D = Inside diameter of pipe, inches (mm). Q = Input rate appliance( s), cubic feet per hour at 60°F (16°C) and 30-inch mercury column.

2 Fuel-burning appliances. Liquid combustion by-products of condensing appliances shall be collected and discharged to an approved plumbing fixture or disposal area in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions. Condensate piping shall be of approved corrosion-resistant material and shall not be smaller than the drain connection on the appliance. Such piping shall maintain a minimum slope in the direction ofdischarge ofnot less than one-eighth unit vertical in 12 units horizontal (I-percent slope).

2. Heating appliances for vehicle repair areas where there is no dispensing or transferring of Class I or II flammable or combustible liquids or liquefied petroleum gas shall be installed in accordance with NFPA 30A. 11 (IFGS) Installation in aircraft hangars. Heaters in aircraft hangars shall be installed in accordance with NFPA 409. 12 (IFGS) Avoid strain on gas piping. Appliances shall be supported and connected to the piping so as not to exert undue strain on the connections. 1 Access for maintenance and replacement.

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