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ATCP 93.610(3)(c)1. 1. With the expressed permission of the local fire department.
ATCP 93.610(3)(c)2. 2. Fueling of vehicles and equipment on the customer's premises and in connection with the business for the uses listed in subs. (1) (c) 1. to 7. and (2) (c) 2.
ATCP 93.610(3)(c)3. 3. Fueling of fleet vehicles or locomotives in accordance with this subsection.
ATCP 93.610 Note Note: This type of fueling is also known by the term “wet-hose fueling.”
ATCP 93.610(3)(c)4. 4. Fueling of watercraft under emergency conditions in accordance with s. ATCP 93.640 (5) or as allowed under NFPA 30A section 9.6.
ATCP 93.610 Note Note: NFPA 30A section 11.9 allows fueling of Class II fuels directly from a tank vehicle, for commercial or governmental watercraft used in connection with the business.
ATCP 93.610(3)(c)5. 5. Fueling of aircraft in accordance with s. ATCP 93.650.
ATCP 93.610(3)(d) (d) Specifications for tank vehicles.
ATCP 93.610(3)(d)1.1. Tank vehicles shall be constructed in accordance with NFPA 385.
ATCP 93.610(3)(d)2. 2. Readily accessible and functional portable fire extinguishers shall be carried on the tank vehicle as required by NFPA 385.
ATCP 93.610 Note Note: NFPA 385 requires one portable fire extinguisher with a minimum rating of 4A, 40-B:C – or 2 or more extinguishers, each having a minimum rating of 2A, 20-B:C. NFPA 385 and this chapter require portable fire extinguishers to be maintained in accordance with NFPA 10.
ATCP 93.610(3)(d)3. 3. Tank vehicles shall carry all of the following supplies:
ATCP 93.610(3)(d)3.a. a. A storm drain plug kit.
ATCP 93.610(3)(d)3.b. b. A containment berm with a minimum effective length of 12 feet.
ATCP 93.610(3)(d)3.c. c. Non-water absorbent material capable of absorbing a minimum of 25 gallons of fuel.
ATCP 93.610(3)(e) (e) Transfer into tank vehicles. Fuel may be transferred into a tank vehicle only from a fixed storage tank system, except where this chapter permits otherwise for emergencies.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f) (f) Operations involving tank vehicles. All operations involving tank vehicles shall be in accordance with all of the following requirements:
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)1. 1. The fueling operation shall take place outdoors, and the point of transfer shall be at least 15 feet from a building.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)2. 2. Fuel may not be dispensed using gravity discharge.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)3. 3. Expansion space shall be left in each tank to prevent overflow in the event of a rise in temperature.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)4. 4. Nighttime deliveries shall be made in well-lighted areas, or a means of lighting shall be provided for the dispensing and delivery area.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)5. 5. The tank vehicle shall have its flasher lights in operation during fueling.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)6. 6. Fueling operations are prohibited within 25 feet of an ignition source.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)7. 7. Dispensing operations may not take place where either the operation or a fuel spill would impede either egress from a building or facility access by emergency response personnel.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)8. 8. Fueling operations shall take place in locations that utilize natural features or man-made barriers such that a spill will not flow into a building or into the waters of the state.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)9. 9. The company providing the mobile fueling service shall maintain an agreement with a local emergency response provider unless the company is equipped to provide emergency response.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)10. 10. The 2 vehicles shall be electrically bonded when dispensing Class I or II liquids.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)11.a.a. Where the fueling operation is accessible to the public, precautions shall be taken, such as the placement of signs, to notify the public that fueling is in process.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)11.b. b. The signs shall have black letters at least 2 inches high with a minimum stroke width of 1/2 inch on a yellow background.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)11.c. c. The signs shall read as follows:
“NO SMOKING
FUELING IN PROGRESS
AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY”
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)12. 12. All engines, motors, and electrical equipment not essential to the fueling operation shall be shut down.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)13. 13. The fuel delivery nozzle shall be put in contact with the fill pipe before the flow of fuel begins, and this contact shall be continuously maintained until the flow stops.
ATCP 93.610(3)(f)14. 14. The operator shall remain in attendance at the dispensing nozzle while fuel is flowing.
ATCP 93.610(4) (4)Other mobile tanks. Written approval shall be obtained from the department before dispensing fuel from any mobile tank that is not addressed in subs. (1) to (3).
ATCP 93.610 History History: CR 17-092: cr. Register October 2019 No. 766, eff. 11-1-19.
ATCP 93.615 ATCP 93.615 Fuel dispensing systems using aboveground fixed tanks.
ATCP 93.615(1) (1) General. Aboveground fixed-tank fuel dispensing facilities shall comply with NFPA 30, NFPA 30A, PEI RP200, ss. ATCP 93.445 to 93.470, and this section.
ATCP 93.615(2) (2)Duration of use. There is no limit on the duration of use for a fixed-tank fuel dispensing facility, provided the system is installed, operated and maintained in compliance with this chapter.
ATCP 93.615(3) (3)Location and type of use.
ATCP 93.615(3)(a) (a) A fixed-tank fuel dispensing facility may be used for any type of fueling, subject to the requirements of this chapter.
ATCP 93.615(3)(b) (b) A fixed-tank fuel dispensing facility shall be used for all of the following types of fueling:
ATCP 93.615(3)(b)1. 1. Public access fueling of trucks, automobiles, and portable containers.
ATCP 93.615(3)(b)2. 2. General fueling of fleet vehicles, except where a tank vehicle is allowed under s. ATCP 93.610 (3).
ATCP 93.615(3)(b)3. 3. Fueling from aboveground tanks at a farm premises or a construction project, which have a capacity of 1,100 gallons or more or which do not meet the required setbacks.
ATCP 93.615(3)(b)4. 4. Fueling from tanks that are used on the same premises for more than 2 years, unless otherwise allowed under this chapter.
ATCP 93.615(3)(b)5. 5. Aircraft fueling in accordance with the dispensing requirements in s. ATCP 93.650, except where use of tank vehicles is also allowed, in accordance with the requirements for tank vehicles in s. ATCP 93.610 (3).
ATCP 93.615(3)(b)6. 6. Watercraft, snowmobile and ATV fueling in accordance with the dispensing requirements in s. ATCP 93.640, except as provided in s. ATCP 93.640 (4) and (5) for residential watercraft and emergency fueling.
ATCP 93.615 Note Note: Section ATCP 93.640 (4) has requirements for residential non-public fueling of watercraft. Section ATCP 93.640 (5) allows watercraft to be fueled from a tank vehicle under emergency conditions.
ATCP 93.615(4) (4)Limitations on location and type of use. There are no general limitations on location or use for fixed fuel tanks.
ATCP 93.615(5) (5)Specifications for fixed-tank fuel dispensing facilities.
ATCP 93.615(5)(a)(a) Tank listing. Tanks shall be listed and labeled appropriate to their use.
ATCP 93.615(5)(b) (b) Installer certification. Installation shall be by a certified installer.
ATCP 93.615(5)(c) (c) Setbacks for public access fueling. The setbacks specified in Table 93.615-A for public access fueling shall be maintained at all times.
ATCP 93.615(5)(d) (d) Setbacks for other fueling.
ATCP 93.615(5)(d)1.1. The setbacks specified in Table 93.615-B for fleet vehicle fueling shall be maintained at all times.
ATCP 93.615(5)(d)2. 2. There is no required setback between the dispenser and the tank at a farm premises or construction project in accordance with s. ATCP 93.630.
ATCP 93.615(5)(e) (e) Setback measurement.
ATCP 93.615(5)(e)1.1. The setback distances for vaulted tanks shall be measured from the outer perimeter of the vault.
ATCP 93.615(5)(e)2. 2. The setback distances for tanks that are placed in diked areas shall be measured from the inner edge of the dike wall.
ATCP 93.615(5)(e)3. 3. The setback distances for all tanks other than vaulted or diked tanks shall be measured from the outermost surface of the tank.
Table 93.615-A
Setbacks for Aboveground Tanks Used for Public Access Vehicle Fueling - See PDF for table PDF
1A vaulted tank is one placed in a liquid-tight concrete enclosure consisting of 4 walls, a top and a bottom that completely encloses the tank and provides protection from physical damage and limits heat transfer from a high intensity liquid pool fire.
2 A protected tank is a listed and labeled system that consists of a primary tank along with integral secondary containment which provides protection from physical damage and limits heat transfer from a high intensity liquid pool fire. Systems listed as complying with UL 2085 or an equivalent standard are considered protected tanks.
3 A fire-resistant tank is a listed and labeled primary tank with or without integral secondary containment that provides protection from heat transfer from a high intensity liquid pool fire. Systems listed as complying with UL 2080 or an equivalent standard are considered fire-resistant tanks.
Table 93.615-B
Setbacks for Aboveground Tanks Used for Fleet Vehicle Fueling Only - See PDF for table PDF
1A vaulted tank is one placed in a liquid-tight concrete enclosure consisting of 4 walls, a top and a bottom that completely encloses the tank and provides protection from physical damage and limits heat transfer from a high intensity liquid pool fire.
2A protected tank is a listed and labeled system that consists of a primary tank along with integral secondary containment which provides protection from physical damage and limits heat transfer from a high intensity liquid pool fire. Systems listed as complying with UL 2085 or an equivalent standard are considered protected tanks.
3A fire-resistant tank is a listed and labeled primary tank with or without integral secondary containment that provides protection from heat transfer from a high intensity liquid pool fire. Systems listed as complying with UL 2080 or an equivalent standard are considered fire-resistant tanks.
ATCP 93.615(5)(f) (f) Secondary containment.
ATCP 93.615(5)(f)1.1. Diking or a similar system shall be used to provide secondary containment for aboveground tanks in accordance with NFPA 30 section 22.11.1 or 22.11.2. and s. ATCP 93.420.
ATCP 93.615(5)(f)2.a.a. When any underground piping is installed as part of a new tank system or when 50 percent or more of a run is replaced, the piping shall be provided with approved secondary containment with approved leak detection.
ATCP 93.615(5)(f)2.b. b. The material used for both the primary and secondary containment shall be liquid- and vapor-tight.
ATCP 93.615(5)(g) (g) Collision protection. Aboveground motor fuel tanks shall be protected from vehicle impact in accordance with s. ATCP 93.430.
ATCP 93.615(5)(h) (h) Aboveground piping.
ATCP 93.615(5)(h)1.1. Aboveground piping may not rest directly on grade.
ATCP 93.615(5)(h)2. 2. All aboveground piping shall be of steel and be coated or otherwise protected to inhibit corrosion.
ATCP 93.615(5)(h)3. 3. Piping shall be supported against impact, vibration, expansion, and contraction.
ATCP 93.615(5)(h)4. 4. Collision protection shall be provided on all sides of aboveground piping not protected by a structure, building or dike wall.
ATCP 93.615(5)(h)5. 5. Collision protection shall meet the performance requirements in s. ATCP 93.430.
ATCP 93.615(5)(i) (i) Underground piping. Any underground piping shall comply with the leak detection requirements for pressurized piping specified in s. ATCP 93.510 (4).
ATCP 93.615(5)(j) (j) Check valves. A check valve shall be installed in the piping at a point where connection and disconnection is made for tank vehicle unloading. The valve shall be protected from tampering.
ATCP 93.615(5)(k) (k) Vents and fill opening.
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