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SPS 384.20(5)(p)3.c. c. Pressure relief valves shall be set to open at either the maximum allowable working pressure rating of the water heater or storage tank or 150 psig, whichever is smaller.
SPS 384.20(5)(p)3.d. d. Temperature and pressure relief valves shall be set to open at a maximum of 210º F and in accordance with subd. 3. c.
SPS 384.20 Note Note: See s. SPS 382.40 (5) (d) 1. concerning the sizing of temperature and pressure relief valves.
SPS 384.20(5)(p)4. 4. Hot water dispensers. Nonpressurized point-of-use water heaters shall conform to ASSE 1023.
SPS 384.20(5)(q) (q) Water meters. A water meter which is used pursuant to s. SPS 383.54 (2) shall conform to AWWA C700, AWWA C701, AWWA C702, AWWA C704, AWWA C706, AWWA C707, AWWA C708, or AWWA C710.
SPS 384.20(5)(r) (r) Water treatment devices.
SPS 384.20(5)(r)1.1. Water softeners shall conform to NSF-44.
SPS 384.20 Note Note: See s. SPS 382.40 for limitations as to the types of water treatment devices which may discharge to a POWTS.
SPS 384.20(5)(r)2.a.a. Except as provided in subd. 2. b., water treatment devices shall function and perform in accordance with the assertions submitted to the department under s. SPS 384.10, relating to rendering inactive or removing contaminants.
SPS 384.20(5)(r)2.b. b. A water treatment device which injects a water treatment compound into a water supply system shall maintain the compound concentration in the system over the working flow rate range and pressure range of the device.
SPS 384.20(5)(r)3. 3. Except as specified in subd. 4., water treatment compounds introduced into the water supply system by a water treatment device shall be listed as an acceptable drinking water additive by a listing agency approved by the department. Listing agencies approved by the department shall include:
SPS 384.20(5)(r)3.a. a. United States environmental protection agency;
SPS 384.20(5)(r)3.b. b. United States food and drug administration; and
SPS 384.20(5)(r)3.c. c. National sanitation foundation.
SPS 384.20(5)(r)4. 4. A water supply system shall be protected from backflow when unlisted water treatment compounds, which may affect the potability of the water, are introduced into the system. The department shall determine the method of backflow protection. Water supply outlets for human use or consumption may not be installed downstream of the introduction of an unlisted water treatment compound.
SPS 384.20(5)(r)5. 5. Water treatment devices designed for contaminated water supplies shall be labeled to identify the following information:
SPS 384.20(5)(r)5.a. a. The name of the manufacturer of the device;
SPS 384.20(5)(r)5.b. b. The device's trade name; and
SPS 384.20(5)(r)5.c. c. The device's model number.
SPS 384.20(5)(s) (s) Other plumbing fixtures, appliances and equipment. Plumbing fixtures, appliances and equipment not specifically covered in this subsection shall conform to the applicable performance standards of chs. SPS 382 to 384.
SPS 384.20(6) (6)Faucets, spouts and fixture supply connectors.
SPS 384.20(6)(a)(a) Except for circular and semi-circular wash fountains, all faucets and showerheads shall conform to ASME A112.18.1 or CAN/CSA B125.
SPS 384.20(6)(b) (b) Circular and semi-circular wash fountains shall conform to the working pressure, burst pressure, discharge rate and product marking requirements of ASME A112.18.1 or CAN/CSA B125.
SPS 384.20(6)(c)1.1. Except as provided in subd. 2., all fixture supply connectors shall be designed and constructed to withstand a minimum pressure of 100 psig at 180ºF.
SPS 384.20(6)(c)2. 2. All fixture supply connectors installed on a cold water supply serving fixtures, appliances and devices that provide <1.0 gpm at each outlet shall be designed and constructed to withstand a minimum pressure of 100 psig at 73.4ºF.
SPS 384.20(6)(d) (d) Hand-held showers shall conform to ASSE 1014.
SPS 384.20 History History: Cr. Register, May, 1988, No. 389, eff. 6-1-88; r. (5) (m) 2. to 5., cr. (5) (m) 2. and 3., renum. (5) (m) 7. and 8. to be (5) (m) 4. and 5., Register, March, 1991, No. 423, eff. 4-1-91; am. (5) (l) 1. and (m) 1. a., Register, April, 1992, No. 436, eff. 5-1-92; renum. (5) (o) and (p) to be (5) (p) and (q), cr. (5) (l) 5., (n) 1. d. and (o), am. (5) (m) 6., (n) 1. b. and c., Register, February, 1994, No. 458, eff. 3-1-94; emerg. r. (3) (a) 3., eff. 5-12-94; r. (3) (a) 3., Register, October, 1994, No. 466, eff. 11-1-94; correction in (5) (m) 3. made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats; renum. (5) (j) to (q) to be (5) (k) to (r) and cr. (5) (j), Register, April, 2000, No. 532, eff. 7-1-00; renum. (2) to be (2) (a) and am., (5) (d) to (r) to be (5) (e) to (s) and am. (5) (f), (j) 1. a. to d., (m) 1. and 2., (n) 1. and 2., (o) 1. a., (6) (a) and (b), (r) 1., (5) (L) 2. and renum. 3. to 5. to be 2. to 4.; am. (4) (b) 2., cr. (2) (b), (5) (d), (m) 1. e., (n) 1. b.; r. and recr. (4) (b) 9., Register, December, 2000, No. 540, eff. 1-1-01; CR 01-139: am. (5) (o) 2. b. and 3. Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02; correction in (5) (q) made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register June 2002 No. 558; CR 02-002: am. (5) (n) 2., r. and recr. (6) (c) Register April 2003 No. 568, eff. 5-1-03; CR 02-129: r. (5) (h) 3., renum. (5) (h) 4. to be 3. Register January 2004 No. 577, eff. 2-1-04; CR 04-035: am. (5) (p) 1. Register November 2004 No. 587, eff. 12-1-04; CR 08-055: am. (3) (b) 2. to 8., (5) (b) 1. c., (n) 1. a., b., (o) 1. a., 2. b. and (p) 2. c., r. and recr. (5) (o) 3. Register February 2009 No. 638, eff. 3-1-09; CR 10-064: am. (5) (f) 1., (L) 1., (m) 1. b., (n) 1. a., (o) 1. a., (6) (a), (b), r. (6) (d), renum. (6) (e) to be (6) (d) Register December 2010 No. 660, eff. 1-1-11; correction in (3) (b) 7., 8., (4) (b) 9. c., (5) (k), (q), (r) 2. a., (s) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672; CR 17-065: am. (5) (s) Register June 2018 No. 750, eff. 7-1-18.
SPS 384.25 SPS 384.25POWTS holding components or treatment components.
SPS 384.25(1)(1)General. All POWTS holding components or treatment components shall conform to the requirements of this section.
SPS 384.25(2) (2)Water tightness.
SPS 384.25(2)(a)(a) General. Tank assemblies, including fittings and access openings, shall be manufactured to be water tight as required under this subsection.
SPS 384.25(2)(b) (b) Concrete tanks.
SPS 384.25(2)(b)1.1. Where concrete tanks are required to have covers, the tanks shall meet one of the following requirements:
SPS 384.25(2)(b)1.a. a. Withstand a vacuum of at least 2 inches of mercury for 60 minutes, without loss of pressure.
SPS 384.25(2)(b)1.b. b. Hold water for one hour, without leakage after the tank has been filled with water to the top of the cover and let stand for 24 hours, then refilled to the top of the cover.
SPS 384.25(2)(b)2. 2. Concrete tanks that are not required to have a cover shall hold water for one hour, without leakage after the tank has been filled with water and let stand for 24 hours, then refilled to the highest liquid level required to be held in the tank.
SPS 384.25(2)(c) (c) Steel tanks.
SPS 384.25(2)(c)1.1. Steel tanks that are required to have a cover shall be capable of withstanding one of the following requirements:
SPS 384.25(2)(c)1.a. a. An internal air pressure of at least 5 psig for 15 minutes, without loss of pressure.
SPS 384.25(2)(c)1.b. b. An internal water pressure of at least 5 psig for 60 minutes, without loss of pressure.
SPS 384.25(2)(c)2. 2. Steel tanks that are not required to have a cover shall be capable of holding water after being filled to their inlet or outlet, whichever is higher, for 24 hours without loss of water.
SPS 384.25(2)(d) (d) Tanks constructed of materials other than concrete or steel.
SPS 384.25(2)(d)1.1. Tanks constructed of materials other than concrete or steel that are required to have a cover shall be capable of withstanding one of the following requirements:
SPS 384.25(2)(d)1.a. a. A vacuum of at least 2 inches of mercury for 60 minutes, without loss of pressure.
SPS 384.25(2)(d)1.b. b. An internal air pressure of at least 5 psig for 15 minutes, without loss of pressure.
SPS 384.25(2)(d)1.c. c. An internal water pressure of at least 5 psig for 60 minutes, without loss of pressure.
SPS 384.25(2)(d)2. 2. Tanks constructed of materials other than concrete or steel that are not required to have a cover shall be capable of holding water after being filled to their inlet or outlet, whichever is higher, for one hour without loss of water.
SPS 384.25(3) (3)Strength. Tank assemblies, including fittings and access openings, shall be capable of withstanding loads and pressures that the tanks are intended to encounter and remain watertight.
SPS 384.25(4) (4)Protection from elements.
SPS 384.25(4)(a)(a) Concrete tanks.
SPS 384.25(4)(a)1.1. The interior of a concrete tank assembly, including fittings and access openings, shall have a protective coating or be constructed of material, above the lowest liquid level expected in the tank, that will inhibit the deterioration of the concrete due to internal environmental effects.
SPS 384.25(4)(a)2. 2. Under subd. 1., concrete with a water cement ratio not exceeding 0.45 shall be considered resistant to deterioration due to internal environmental effects.
SPS 384.25(4)(b) (b) Steel tanks.
SPS 384.25(4)(b)1.1. Steel tank assemblies, including fittings and access openings, shall have a protective coating that will inhibit the deterioration of the steel due to internal and external environmental effects.
SPS 384.25(4)(b)2. 2. Steel tank assemblies, including fittings and access openings, installed underground shall be provided with cathodic protection in accordance with UL Standard 1746 or STI-P3.
SPS 384.25(4)(c) (c) Tanks constructed of materials other than concrete or steel. Tank assemblies, including fittings and access openings, constructed of materials other than concrete or steel shall be protected against deterioration due to internal and external environmental effects.
SPS 384.25(5) (5)Venting.
SPS 384.25(5)(a)(a) Each tank, except camping unit transfer containers, shall be provided with a means of venting gases formed inside of the tank to the atmosphere.
SPS 384.25(5)(b) (b) The tank vent shall terminate in accordance with s. SPS 382.31 (16).
SPS 384.25(6) (6)Pipe connection. All pipe connection openings to a tank shall be designed to allow connections in accordance with s. SPS 384.40.
SPS 384.25(7) (7)Access.
SPS 384.25(7)(a)(a) Each covered tank shall be provided with one or more openings of sufficient size and located in such a manner to provide a means for inspection or required servicing or maintenance of the tank.
SPS 384.25(7)(b) (b) Manhole openings shall be at least 23 inches in the least dimension.
SPS 384.25(7)(c) (c) Anaerobic treatment tanks located below ground shall have a manhole opening over the inlet of the most upstream compartment, in each compartment, and over all treatment apparatuses and pumps.
SPS 384.25(7)(d)1.1. Except as provided in subd. 2., manhole openings for anaerobic treatment tanks located below ground shall extend to a distance not greater than 6 inches below finished grade.
SPS 384.25(7)(d)2. 2. Manhole openings over all anaerobic treatment apparatuses and pumps shall extend to at least 4 inches above finished grade.
SPS 384.25(7)(e) (e) Servicing and maintenance openings for holding components shall comply with all of the following:
SPS 384.25(7)(e)1. 1. Extend to at least 4 inches above finished grade.
SPS 384.25(7)(e)2. 2. Be at least 23 inches in the least dimension and be located above pumps or siphons located in the holding component.
SPS 384.25(7)(f) (f) Inspection openings for tanks located below ground shall extend at least to the finished grade.
SPS 384.25(7)(g) (g) Inspection, servicing and maintenance openings shall terminate with a means that prevents entrance of deleterious materials.
SPS 384.25(7)(h) (h) Covers located at or above ground for openings larger than 8 inches in diameter shall be provided with locking devices or other effective measures to prevent unauthorized access.
SPS 384.25(8) (8)Warning label.
SPS 384.25(8)(a)(a) Covers for all tank openings larger than 8 inches in diameter shall be provided with a permanent warning label indicating the dangers of entering the tank, in accordance with this subsection.
SPS 384.25(8)(b) (b) The warning label shall be securely attached and made of a noncorrosive metal or plastic bearing the legend “DO NOT ENTER WITHOUT PROPER EQUIPMENT" or “DANGEROUS GASES EXIST IN TANK" or similar language.
SPS 384.25(8)(c) (c) The label shall be rectangular in shape with minimum dimensions of 4 by 5 inches.
SPS 384.25(8)(d) (d) The wording on the label shall be a minimum of ½ inch in height and be either indented or raised.
SPS 384.25(9) (9)Dosing apparatus.
SPS 384.25(9)(a)(a) Pumps for POWTS used to disperse air, treated wastewater or final effluent shall be rated by the pump manufacturer for such use.
SPS 384.25(9)(b) (b) Siphons for POWTS shall be rated by the siphon manufacturer for wastewater use.
SPS 384.25(9)(c) (c) All other dosing apparatus for POWTS shall be constructed of corrosive resistant materials and designed to perform as intended.
SPS 384.25(10) (10)Alarm system. All pump and alarm controls for POWTS shall be specifically designed by the manufacturer for such use.
SPS 384.25(11) (11)Tank label.
SPS 384.25(11)(a)(a) Anaerobic treatment tanks. Each treatment tank which has an anaerobic treatment compartment shall be labeled with a permanent label located near an inlet or outlet opening of the tank. The label shall be embossed, impressed, or securely attached to the tank. The label shall include all of the following information:
SPS 384.25(11)(a)1. 1. Name or trademark of the manufacturer.
SPS 384.25(11)(a)2. 2. Capacity of each compartment of the tank or the manufacturer's model number.
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