100 lb tank location


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Old 09-20-08, 11:01 AM
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100 lb tank location

I am getting ready to install a gas range. I am all certified for all of the gas lines and electrical, but finding a code for location limits of my tank is about like finding a flea on a beach. I have a back porch area that is wide open, not near any windows or ignition sources, basically a cover slab out back. Can I place the tank on the edge of the concrete with the regulator out from under the roofline? the roof is 8ft at the area in question. I am picking this spot due to it being level and the tank will be protected from the elements.

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Old 09-20-08, 03:08 PM
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The site you're proposing sounds good. NFPA 58 is the recognized standard for cylinder placement unless local code states otherwise.

NFPA 58 states that a cylinder being filled on site must be 3 feet away from doors, window, or ventilation intakes and must be 10 feet from any "source of ignition" being electrical sources, intake to a furnace, etc.
 
 

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