By Logan T. White

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Content:
Figures

, Page ix
Tables

, Page ix
Caveat

, Page x
Acknowledgements

, Page xi
Acronyms/abbreviations

, Page xii
1 - unsafe fuel Monitoring

, Pages 1-5
2 - Regulated Materials

, Pages 7-12
3 - precis of harmful gasoline tracking Codes

, Pages 13-80
4 - unsafe fuel tracking Sensors

, Pages 81-116
5 - tracking, Alarm and keep an eye on Systems

, Pages 117-148
6 - tracking Exhaust therapy method Discharge

, Pages 149-154
7 - approach Certification

, Pages 155-158
8 - Code Enforcement

, Pages 159-162
Appendix A - dangerous gases more often than not monitored in semiconductor facilities

, Pages 163-166
Appendix B - Protocol for trying out poisonous fuel Detectors

, Pages 167-176
Appendix C - 1995 complement to the UFC desk A-VI-A-1 — Normalization factor

, Pages 177-178
Appendix D - security process suppliers

, Pages 179-184
Glossary

, Pages 185-193
References

, Pages 195-201
Index

, Pages 203-206

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13. Continuous gas detection may not be required to detect the presence of gas at or below the PEL when the upper range of the odor threshold limit is less than the PEL, as determined by the critiqued and approved data published by the American Industrial Hygiene Association, "Odor Thresholds for Chemicals with Established Occupational Health Standards" (1989, or as amended thereafter). That notwithstanding, monitoring may be required to provide for the proper function of the treatment system and other emergency controls.

Activation of manual fire alarm. 4 Emergency Control Station. 1 Requirements applicable to Class II materials. Persons responsible for any facility where Class II materials are present shaft comply with all of the requirements of this section and with sections 9102, 910 7, and 9108 of this article. Class II controls includes section 9102 General Provisions, 9107 Class III Controls, and 9108 Minimum Threshold Quantity Controls. 3 Local Gas Shut-oH. Manual activation controls shall be provided at locations near the point of use and near the source, as approved by the Fire Chief.

4 seconds. Failure of primary containment. Activation of manual fire alarm. 4 Emergency Control Station. 1 Requirements applicable to Class II materials. Persons responsible for any facility where Class II materials are present shaft comply with all of the requirements of this section and with sections 9102, 910 7, and 9108 of this article. Class II controls includes section 9102 General Provisions, 9107 Class III Controls, and 9108 Minimum Threshold Quantity Controls. 3 Local Gas Shut-oH. Manual activation controls shall be provided at locations near the point of use and near the source, as approved by the Fire Chief.

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