A boiler typically uses a fuel such as natural gas, propane, or fuel oil in a vented combustion chamber, much like a furnace. Whereas a furnace directly transfers heat from combustion to supply air in the air distribution unit, a boiler heats a secondary transfer fluid (typically water, but sometimes steam) that is, in turn, pumped through aRead More
NFPA 58, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code, 2011 edition. 13. NFPA 85, Boiler and Combustion Systems Hazard Code, 2011 edition. 14. NFPA 37, Standards for the Installation and Use of Stationary Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines, 2006 edition. 15. NFPA 2, Hydrogen Technologies Code, 2011 edition. 16.Read More
Application of this regulation. 3 This regulation does not apply to any of the following: (a) a pressure vessel as defined in the Power Engineer, Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Refrigeration Safety Regulation; (b) any pipe in which anything is transmitted at a pressure of greater than 700 kPa gauge, other than gas equipment installed in premises downstream of an outlet of a gas company's serviceRead More
163 Outside gas or vapor combustion explosion without sustained fire. 222 Overpressure rupture of boiler from air or gas. Excludes steam-related overpressure ruptures. 3-24: 242 Blasting agent explosion (no fire). Includes ammonium nitrate and fuel oil (ANFO) mixtures and explosivesRead More
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