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National Fire Protection Association entFetcher?commentPara.Second Revision No. 1-NFPA 497-2015 [ Chapter 2 ]Chapter 2 Referenced Publications2.1 General.The documents or portions thereof listed in this chapter are referenced within this recommended practice and should beconsidered part of the recommendations of this document.2.2 NFPA Publications.National Fire Protection Association, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169-7471.NFPA 30, Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 2015 edition.NFPA 33, Standard for Spray Application Using Flammable or Combustible Materials, 2015 2016 edition.NFPA 34, Standard for Dipping, Coating, and Printing Processes Using Flammable or Combustible Liquids, 2015 edition.NFPA 35, Standard for the Manufacture of Organic Coatings, 2016 edition.NFPA 36, Standard for Solvent Extraction Plants, 2013 edition.NFPA 45, Standard on Fire Protection for Laboratories Using Chemicals, 2015 edition.NFPA 55, Compressed Gases and Cryogenic Fluids Code, 2016 edition.NFPA 58, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code, 2017 edition.NFPA 59A, Standard for the Production, Storage, and Handling of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), 2016 edition.NFPA 70 , National Electrical Code , 2017 edition.2.3 Other Publications.2.3.1 API Publications.American Petroleum Institute, 1220 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005-4070.API RP 500, Recommended Practice for Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum FacilitiesClassified as Class I, Division 1 and Division 2, 3rd edition, 2008.API RP 505, Recommended Practice for Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum FacilitiesClassified as Class I, Zone 0, Zone 1, and Zone 2, 2002, reaffirmed 2013.2.3.2 ASHRAE Publications.American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers ASHRAE , Inc., 1791 Tullie Circle NE,Atlanta, GA 30329-2305.ASHRAE 15 ASHRAE STD 15 , Safety Standard for Refrigeration Systems, 2013.ASHRAE STD 34, Designation and Classification of Refrigerants, 2013.2.3.3 ASTM Publications.ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, P.O. Box C700, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959.ASTM D323, Standard Method of Test for Vapor Pressure of Petroleum Products (Reid Method), 2008, ( reaffirmed2014) .2.3.4 CGA Publications.Compressed Gas Association, 14501 George Carter Way, Suite 103, Chantilly, VA 20151-2923.CGA G2.1, Safety Requirements for the Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia, 1999 6th edition, 2014 .2.3.5 IEC Publications.International Electrotechnical Commission, 3, rue de Varembé, P.O. Box 131, CH-1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland.IEC 60079-20-1, Explosive atmospheres — Part 20-1: Material characteristics for gas and vapor classification — Testmethods and data, 2012.2.3.6 ISA Publications.The International Society of Automation, 67 T.W. Alexander Drive, P.O. Box 12277, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709.ISA-RP12.12.03, Standard for Portable Electronic Products Suitable for Use in Class I and II, Division 2, Class I Zone 2and Class III, DIivision Division 1 and 2 Hazardous (Classified) Locations, 2011.1 of 3412/4/2015 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association entFetcher?commentPara.2.3.7 Other Publications.Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 11th edition, Merriam-Webster, Inc., Springfield, MA, 2003.2.4 References for Extracts in Recommendations Sections.NFPA 30, Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 2015 edition.NFPA 59A, Standard for the Production, Storage, and Handling of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), 2013 2016 edition.NFPA 70 , National Electrical Code , 2014 2017 edition.Submitter Information VerificationSubmitter Full Name: Eric NetteOrganization:[ Not Specified ]Street Address:City:State:Zip:Submittal Date:Fri Oct 02 13:04:26 EDT 2015Committee StatementCommittee Statement: Updated reference to ASHRAE STD 15 & 34. Updated CGA G2.1 year.Response Message:Public Comment No. 1-NFPA 497-2015 [Chapter 2]2 of 3412/4/2015 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association entFetcher?commentPara.Second Revision No. 5-NFPA 497-2015 [ Section No. 4.4.2 [Excluding any Sub-Sections] ]3 of 3412/4/2015 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association entFetcher?commentPara.An alphabetical listing of selected combustible materials, with their group classification and relevant physical properties,is provided in Table 4.4.2.Table 4.4.2 Selected ChemicalsChemicalFlashPoint( C)VaporVaporClass IAITDensityMIE MIC MESG%LFL %UFLPressureb Zone( C)(Air (mJ) Ratio (mm)c(mm Hg) Group1)Acetaldehyde75 07 0CdI 38175 4.060.01.5874.9IIA0.37 0.980.92Acetic Acid64 19 7DdII3942619.92.115.6IIA2.671.76Acetic Acid- tert-ButylEster540 88 5DII9.84.040.6Acetic Anhydride108 24 7DIIAcetone67 64 1DdIAcetone Cyanohydrin75 86 5DIIIA74Acetonitrile75 05 8DI6524 3.016.01.491.1IIAAcetylene74 86 2AdGAS305 2.51000.936600Acrolein (Inhibited)107 02 8B(C)dI235 2.831.01.9Acrylic Acid79 10 7DII54438 2.48.0107 13 1DdI0481 317Adiponitrile111 69 3DIIIA93550Allyl Alcohol107 18 6CdI22378 2.518.0Allyl Chloride107 05 1DI 32485 2.9Allyl Glycidyl Ether106 92 3B(C)eII57Alpha-Methyl Styrene98 83 9DIIn-Amyl Acetate628 63 7DIsec-Amyl Acetate626 38 0DIAmmonia7664 41 7Dd,fGASAniline62 53 3DIIIA70Benzene71 43 2DdIBenzyl Chloride98 87 3DIIIABromopropyne106 96 7DIn-Butane106 97 8Dd,gGAS288 1.98.51,3-Butadiene106 99 0B(D)d,eGAS420 2.01-Butanol71 36 3DdI36Butyl alcohol (s)(butanol-2)78 92 2DdI23.8AcrylonitrileButylamine109 73 9D25167 67 3DIn-Butyraldehyde123 72 8CdIn-Butyl Acetate123 86 4DdButylene4 of 34CAS No.Class IDivision TypeaGroup1.749–20316 2.710.33.54.9IIA465 2.512.82.0230.7IIA688 2.212.02.90.31.231.15 1.001.02IIC0.017 025.4IIB11.12.6366IIA574 0.811.04.12.725360 1.17.54.54.2231.17.54.5651 15280.67498.0IIA615 1.28.33.20.7IIA 11498 1.27.82.894.84.40.510324 3.00.860.16 0.780.870.841.331.173.9IIA1.02IIA6.853.17IIA0.20 1.000.992.0IIA0.25 0.941.0711.51.9IIB0.13 0.760.79343 1.411.22.6405 1.79.82.6585 1.1GAS 121.507.0680IIA0.91IIA312 1.79.82.592.9IIA385 1.610.01.92214.6IIA0.94 12218 1.912.52.5112.2IIA0.92I22421 1.77.64.011.5IIA 8sec-Butyl Acetate105 46 4DIItert-Butyl Acetate540 88 5DIIn-Butyl Acrylate(Inhibited)141 32 2DIIn-Butyl Glycidyl Ether2426 08 6B(C)eIIn-Butyl Formal110 62 3CIIIAButyl Mercaptan109 79 5CI2Butyl-2-Propenoate141 32 2DII49para tert-Butyl Toluene98 51 1DIIIA491.79.84.022.21.79.84.040.6293 45.512/4/2015 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association ReportChemicalClass IDivision TypeaGroupFlashPoint( C)VaporVaporClass IAITDensityMIE MIC MESG%LFL %UFLPressureb Zone( C)(Air (mJ)Ratio (mm)(mm Hg) Groupc1)n-Butyric Acid107 92 6DdIIIA72443 2.010.03.00.8Carbon Disulfide75 15 0d,hI 309050.02.6358.8Carbon Monoxide630 08 0CdGAS609 12.5740.97Chloroacetaldehyde107 20 0CIIIA88Chlorobenzene108 90 7DI29593 1.39.63.91-Chloro-1Nitropropane2425 66 3CIIIAChloroprene126 99 8D20.03.0Cresol1319 77 3DIIIA81559 1.1Crotonaldehyde4170 30 3CdI13232 2.11.3IIC0.009 0.390.54IIB0.8163.1GAS 204.011.93.715.52.433.198 82 8DI36424 0.96.54.14.6IIACyclohexane110 82 7DI 17245 7503 2.410.41.55430IIA0.17 0.84436 0.75.6IIACyclohexanol108 93 0DIIIA68300Cyclohexanone108 94 1DII44420 1.1Cyclohexene110 83 8DI 6Cyclopropane75 19 4DdI99 87-6DIIDecene872 05 9DIIn-Decaldehyde112 31 2CIIIAn-Decanol112 30 1DIIIADecyl Alcohol112 30 1DDiacetone Alcohol123 42 2D47244 IA64603 1.84.01.46.925167 70 8I2391 0.84.83.8Di-Isobutyl Ketone108 83 8DII60396 0.87.14.9o-Dichlorobenzene955 50 1DIIIA66647 2.29.25.1IIA1,4-Dichloro-2,3Epoxybutane3583 47 9DdI1.98.52.0IIA1,1-Dichloroethane1300 21 6DI1,2-Dichloroethylene156 59 2DI971,1-Dichloro-1Nitroethane594 72 9CIIIA7610061 02 6DI3577 73 6CI32Diethylamine109 87 9CdI 28312 1.8Diethylaminoethanol100 37 eneDiethyl Benzene0.911.0716.03.4227IIA1.82460 .314.53.850310.12.5II5739560 29 7CdI 45160 1.9362.6538Diethylene GlycolMonobutyl Ether112 34 5CIIIA78228 0.924.65.60.02Diethylene GlycolMonomethyl Ether111 77 3CIIIA93241n-n-Dimethyl Aniline121 69 7CIIIA63371 1.0Dimethyl Formamide68 12 2DII58455 2.2Dimethyl Sulfate77 78-1DIIIA83188124 40 3CGAS75 83 2DgI78 29 8DgI400 2.8 480.25 0.98438 6.2D2,3-Dimethylbutane0.980.9625340 17 42,2-Dimethylbutane0.941.7Diethyl Ether (EthylEther)Dimethylamine1.050.22 1.00.09DdDi-Isobutylene0.20IIBCumenep-Cymene5 of 34CAS Fetcher?commentPara.4050.19 319.339612/4/2015 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association ReportChemicalClass IDivision TypeaGroupFlashPoint( C)VaporVaporClass IAITDensityMIE MIC MESG%LFL %UFLPressureb Zone( C)(Air (mJ)Ratio (mm)(mm Hg) Groupc1)3,3-Dimethylheptane1071 26-7DgI3252,3-Dimethylhexane31394 54 4DgI4382,3-Dimethylpentane107 83 5DgI335211.7Di-N-Propylamine142 84 7CI1729927.1IIA1,4-Dioxane123 91 1CdI12180 2.022.03.038.2IIBDipentene138 86 3DII45237 0.76.14.734590 94 8CIIIA851.13.05.1316 1.17.13.5Dipropylene GlycolMethyl Ether6 of 34CAS Fetcher?commentPara.GAS 108 18 9CDodecene6842 15 5DIIIA100255Epichlorohydrin3132 64 7CdI33411 3.821.03.2Ethane74 84 0DdGAS 29 135 472 3.012.51.0Ethanol64 17 5DdI13363 3.319.01.659.5Ethylamine75 04 7DdI 18385 3.514.01.61048Ethylene74 85 1CdGAS490 2.736.01.0Ethylenediamine107 15 3DdI33385 2.512.02.112.5Ethylenimine151 56 4CdI 11320 3.354.81.5211Ethylene Chlorohydrin107 07 3DIIIA59425 4.915.92.87.2Ethylene Dichloride107 06 2DdI13413 6.216.03.479.7Ethylene GlycolMonoethyl EtherAcetate111 15 9CII47379 1.74.72.3Ethylene GlycolMonobutyl EtherAcetate112 07 2CIIIA340 0.98.5Ethylene GlycolMonobutyl Ether111 76 2CIIIA238 1.112.74.11.0Ethylene GlycolMonoethyl Ether110 80 5CII235 1.715.63.05.40.84Ethylene GlycolMonomethyl Ether109 86 4DII285 1.814.02.69.20.85Ethylene Oxide75 21 8B(C)d,eI 20429 31001.513142-Ethylhexaldehyde123 05 7CII52191 0.87.24.41.92-Ethylhexanol104 76 7DIIIA810.99.74.52-Ethylhexyl Acrylate103 09 3DIIIA88252Ethyl Acetate141 78 6DdI 4427 2.011.53.0Ethyl Acrylate(Inhibited)140 88 5DdI9372 1.414.0Ethyl Alcohol64 17 5DdI13363 3.3Ethyl Sec-Amyl Ketone 541 85 5DII59Ethyl Benzene100 41 4DI15Ethyl Butanol97 95 0DII57Ethyl Butyl Ketone106 35 4DII4613.0IIA0.24 0.820.91IIA0.880.890.070 0.530.652.4IIB0.48IIA0.530.970.9IIB0.065 0.470.5993.2IIA0.460.993.537.5IIA19.01.659.5IIA432 0.86.73.79.61.27.73.51.54.03.60.20.3Ethyl Chloride75 00 3DGAS 50519 3.815.42.2Ethyl Formate109 94 4DGAS 20455 2.816.02.6Ethyl Mercaptan75 08 1CdI 18300 2.818.02.1n-Ethyl Morpholine100 74 15 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association ReportChemical2-Ethyl-3-PropylAcroleinCAS Fetcher?commentPara.Class IDivision TypeaGroup645 62 5CEthyl Silicate78 10 4DIIFormaldehyde (Gas)50 00 0BGASFormic Acid64 18 6DFuel Oil 18008 20 6DIIVaporVaporClass IAITDensityMIE MIC MESG%LFL %UFLPressureb Zone( C)(Air (mJ)Ratio (mm)(mm Hg) Groupc1)684.47.250430 7731.0434 18.057.01.642.7II or38 72k 210 0.7IIIAk98 01 1CIIIA60316 2.119.33.32.3Furfuryl Alcohol98 00 0CIIIA75490 1.816.33.40.6Gasoline8006 61 9DdI 46280 1.47.63.0n-Heptane142 82 5DdI 4204 1.06.73.5n-Heptene81624 04 6DgI 1204n-Hexane110 54 3Dd,gI 23225 1.17.53.0111 27 3DIIIA632-Hexanone591 78 6DI35424 1.28.0Hexene592 41 6DI 26245 1.26.9sec-Hexyl Acetate108 84 9DII45Hydrazine302 01 2CII38Hydrogen1333 74 0Bd74 90 8CdHydrogen Selenide7783 07 5CIHydrogen Sulfide7783 06 4CdGASIsoamyl Acetate123 92 2DIIsoamyl Alcohol123 51 3DIIIsobutane75 28 5DgGASIsobutyl Acetate110 19 0DdIIsobutyl Acrylate106 63 8DI78 83 1DdI45.50.94IIA152IIA3.50.8IIA3.510.6GAS500 4750.1IICGAS 18538 5.640.00.9IIB260 4.044.01.225360 1.07.54.56.143350 1.29.03.03.2460 1.88.42.0421 2.410.54.017.84.47.110.518427416 1.210.92.5GAS 40196 1.610.62.5CCIsohexane107 83 5DgIsopentane78 78 4DgIsooctyl Aldehyde123 05 7CIsophorone78 59 1DIsoprene78 79 5DdIIsopropyl Acetate108 21 4DIIsopropyl Ether108 20 3DdIIsopropyl GlycidylEther4016 14 2CI75 31 0D8008 20 6DIIIA5.4264II0.9814.4IIB0.019 8.61971.9460 0.83.84.80.4 54220 1.58.92.4550.6460 1.88.03.560.4 28443 1.47.93.5148.7GAS 26402 2.310.42.0210 0.75.0720.0680.980.920.0984II0.937793 4078 84 20.24 0.881861.1112 31 20.915.098.0Isodecaldehyde0.24 opropylamineIIA5.0FurfuralIsobutyl Alcohol0.57IIIA or66–132kIIIBkFuel Oil 6Hydrogen CyanideIIBII or52 96k 257IIIAkFuel Oil 27 of 34IIIAFlashPoint( C)IIAIIA1.001.140.942.0IIA12/4/2015 7:37 AM

National Fire Protection Association ReportChemicalClass IDivision TypeaGroupFlashPoint( C)VaporVaporClass IAITDensityMIE MIC MESG%LFL %UFLPressureb Zone( C)(Air (mJ)Ratio (mm)(mm Hg) Groupc1)Liquefied PetroleumGas68476 8 7DIMesityl Oxide141 97 9DdIMethane74 82 8DdGASMethanol67 56 1DdIMethyl Acetate79 20 9DGAS 10Methyl Acrylate96 33 3DGAS 3Methyl Alcohol67 56 1DdMethyl Amyl Alcohol108 11 2DMethyl Chloride74 87 3DGAS 46632 8.1Methyl Ether115 10 6CdGAS 41Methyl Ethyl Ketone78 93 3DdIMethyl Formal534 15 6CdIMethyl Formate107 31 3D31394 54 4Dg2-Methylhexane40531344 1.47.23.4600 5150.6385 6.036.01.1454 3.116.0468 2.825.0385 6.0361.1126.31.05.53.55.3IIA1.0117.41.7IIA1.00350 3.427.01.6IIB0.850.84 6404 1.411.42.5IIB0.53 0.920.84123812III41GAS 19I449 4.5IIA0.28 1.001.12IIA0.14 l Isobutyl Ketone108 10 1624 83 9DGAS 15Methyl Mercaptan74 93 1CGAS 18Methyl Methacrylate80 62 6DI10422 1.7Methyl N-Amyl Ketone110 43 0DII49Methyl Tertiary ButylEther1634 04 4DI 802-Methyloctane23.02.13221 61 213440 1.28.03.5534 5.326.02.03.921.81.7

API RP 505, Recommended Practice for Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities Classified as Class I, Zone 0, Zone 1, and Zone 2, 2002, reaffirmed 2013. 2.3.2 ASHRAE Publications. American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning EngineersASHRAE, Inc., 1791 Tullie Circle NE, Atlanta, GA 30329-2305. ASHRAE 15ASHRAE STD 15, Safety Standard for .

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