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2013 Fall Revision CycleFirst Draft ReportNFPA 69The First Draft Report Contains a compilation of the First Draft of the NFPAStandard, First Revisions, Public Input, Committee Input, Committee Statements,and Ballot Results and Statements. Where applicable, the First Draft Report alsocontains First Correlating Revisions, Correlating Notes, and Correlating Input. TheReport also contains a list of Technical Committee and Correlating CommitteeMembers.Public Comment Closing Date: November 16, 2012Important Notice - Pursuant to the NFPA Regulations Governing theDevelopment of NFPA Standards, Section 4.3.12, the following First Draft Reporthas been developed for public review.

Pursuant to the NFPA Regulations Governing the Development of NFPA Standards, Section 4.3.12, thefollowing First Draft Report has been developed for public review.Please note that the following First Draft Report represents an interim step in the implementation of thenew NFPA Standards Process and will ultimately be replaced by the NFPA Standards Development Sitewhich will provide a much more robust and interactive First Draft Report. This interim solution isprovided to ensure that reviewers of the First Draft Documents for the Fall 2013 revision cycle areprovided with a single report contacting all of the relevant materials addressed in the proposed FirstDraft NFPA Standard and to provide the required information to the user for their preparation forsubmission of Public Comments on the First Draft of the NFPA Standard.The First Draft Report is a consolidated report of the following individual items:1. First Draft – The First Draft of the NFPA Standard represents a “track changes” view of theproposed First Draft for public review. The First Draft contains all of the proposed changes tothe NFPA Standard by the Technical Committee2. First Revision Cross Reference – This document provides a cross reference between the FirstRevisions and the related Public Inputs as identified by the Technical Committee. This reportwill help a user to quickly identify what related Public Inputs should be review to get a completeunderstanding of the proposed changes by the Technical Committee.3. First Revision Report – This report contains of all of the First Revisions that have passedTechnical Committee letter ballot and which have been incorporated in to the First Draft. TheFirst Revisions have been organized in document order and are identified by the [FR #:FileMaker] number.4. Public Input Report – This report contains all of the submitted Public Input organized indocument order. Each Public Input contains the submitter information, recommendation, andthe Committee response to the Public Input.5. Ballot Results Report - This report contains the individual ballot results on each First Revisionand has been organized in First Revision order, by the [FR #: FileMaker] number. Additionally,where applicable the ballot results also contain any associated Ballot Statements by TechnicalCommittee Members.6. Additional Reports – Where applicable reports of Committee Input, Correlating First Revisions,and Correlating Notes have been included and organized in document order. Where thesereports are not included in the First Draft Report the document contained no Committee Input,Correlating First Revisions or Correlating Notes.If after your review of the First Draft and related First Draft Report you wish to submit Public Commentson the First Draft of the NFPA Standard please go to - www.nfpa.org/XXnext - (for example for NFPA 69– www.nfpa.org.69next) and click on the link to “Submit Public Comment Online” (Also, for furtherinstructions refer to Annex A in the back of the First Draft Report).Please note that the deadline for submitting Public Comments is November 16, 2012.

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Report of the Committee onExplosion Protection Systems [EXL-AAA]Samuel A. Rodgers, ChairHoneywell, Inc., VA [U*]Luke S. Morrison, SecretaryProfessional Loss Control Inc., Canada [SE*]Michael Davies, PROTEGO, Germany [M*]Todd A. Dillon, XL Global Asset Protection Services, OH [I*]Alexi I. Dimopoulos, ExxonMobil Corporation, VA [U*]Rep. American Petroleum InstituteHenry L. Febo, Jr., FM Global, MA [I*]Robert J. Feldkamp, Nordson Corporation, OH [M*]Larry D. Floyd, BASF/Ciba Specialty Chemicals Corporation, AL [U*]Joseph P. Gillis, Westboro, MA [SE*]John E. Going, Fike Corporation, MO [M*]Stanley S. Grossel, Process Safety & Design Consultant, NJ [SE*]Dan A. Guaricci, ATEX Explosion Protection, L.P., FL [M*]Michael D. Hard, Hard Fire Suppression Systems, Inc., OH [IM*]Rep. Fire Suppression Systems AssociationDavid D. Herrmann, E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Company, DE [U*]Alfonso F. Ibarreta, Exponent, Inc., MA [SE*]David C. Kirby, Baker Engineering & Risk Consultants, Inc., WV [SE*]Steven A. McCoy, Corn Products/National Starch, IN [U*]Rep. NFPA Industrial Fire Protection SectionJames O. Paavola, DTE Energy/Detroit Edison Company, MI [U*]Stefan Penno, Rembe GmbH Safety & Control, Germany [M*]Mitchel L. Rooker, BS&B Safety Systems, LLC, OK [M*]Joseph A. Senecal, UTC/Kidde-Fenwal, Inc., MA [M*]Cleveland B. Skinker, Bechtel Power Corporation, MD [SE*]Bill Stevenson, CV Technology, Inc., FL [M*]David R. Stottmann, ST Storage, KS [M*]Stephen M. Stuart, Hylant Group, MI [I*]Erdem A. Ural, Loss Prevention Science & Technologies, Inc., MA [SE*]Robert G. Zalosh, Firexplo, MA [SE*]AlternatesGeof Brazier, BS&B Safety Systems, LLC, OK [M*](Alt. to Mitchel L. Rooker)Martin P. Clouthier, Professional Loss Control Inc., Canada [SE*](Alt. to Luke S. Morrison)Randal R. Davis, UTC/Kidde-Fenwal, Inc., MA [M*]NFPA 69/Front Matter/F2013/ROP/1

(Alt. to Joseph A. Senecal)Paul F. Hart, XL Global Asset Protection Services, IL [I*](Alt. to Todd A. Dillon)Kirk W. Humbrecht, Phoenix Fire Systems, Inc., IL [IM*](Alt. to Michael D. Hard)Eric R. Johnson, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC, SC [U*](Voting Alt. to Savannah River Nuclear Rep.)Edward L. Jones, Nordson Corporation, OH [M*](Alt. to Robert J. Feldkamp)Jason Krbec, CV Technology, Inc., FL [M*](Alt. to Bill Stevenson)John A. LeBlanc, FM Global, MA [I*](Alt. to Henry L. Febo, Jr.)Gerd Ph. Mayer, Rembe, Inc., NC [M(Alt. to Stefan Penno)Keith McGuire, CST Storage, KS [M*](Alt. to David R. Stottmann)Timothy J. Myers, Exponent, Inc., MA [SE*](Alt. to Alfonso F. Ibarreta)Thomas C. Scherpa, The DuPont Company, Inc., NH [U*](Alt. to David D. Herrmann)Jef Snoeys, Fike Corporation, Belgium [M*](Alt. to John E. Going)James Kelly Thomas, Baker Engineering & Risk Consultants, Inc., TX [SE*](Alt. to David C. Kirby)NonvotingFranz Alfert, Inburex Consulting, Germany [SE*]Laurence G. Britton, Process Safety Consultant, WV [SE*]Vladimir Molkov, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, UK [SE*]Harry Verakis, US Department of Labor, WV [E*]Richard F. Schwab, Basking Ridge, NJ [SE*](Member Emeritus)Staff Liaison: Barry D. ChaseThis list represents the membership at the time the Committee was balloted on the text of this edition.Since that time, changes in the membership may have occurred.* A key to classifications is found in Annex A of this document.Committee Scope: This Committee shall have primary responsibility for documents on explosion protectionsystems for all types of equipment and for buildings, except pressure venting devices designed to protect againstoverpressure of vessels such as those containing flammable liquids, liquefied gases, and compressed gases underfire exposure conditions, as now covered in existing NFPA standards.NFPA 69/Front Matter/F2013/ROP/2

Copyright National Fire Protection Association 2013. All rights reserved. This copyis solely for your personal, noncommercial use in connection with participation in theNFPA Standards Development Process. Except for limited hard copies reasonablynecessary for such use, this copy may not be reproduced or redistributed. Foradditional copies of this and other downloadable reports related to the NFPAStandards Development Process visit www.nfpa.org.First Draft Report NFPA 69Standard on Explosion Prevention SystemsProposed 2014 EditionIMPORTANT NOTE: This NFPA document is made available for use subject to importantnotices and legal disclaimers. These notices and disclaimers appear in all publicationscontaining this document and may be found under the heading “Important Notices andDisclaimers Concerning NFPA Documents.” They can also be obtained on request from NFPAor viewed at www.nfpa.org/disclaimers.NOTICE: An asterisk (*) following the number or letter designating a paragraph indicates thatexplanatory material on the paragraph can be found in Annex A.Changes other than editorial are indicated by a vertical rule beside the paragraph, table, or figure inwhich the change occurred. These rules are included as an aid to the user in identifying changes fromthe previous edition. Where one or more complete paragraphs have been deleted, the deletion isindicated by a bullet ( ) between the paragraphs that remain.A reference in brackets [ ] following a section or paragraph indicates material that has been extractedfrom another NFPA document. As an aid to the user, the complete title and edition of the sourcedocuments for extracts in mandatory sections of the document are given in Chapter 2 and those forextracts in informational sections are given in Annex G. Editorial changes to extracted materialconsist of revising references to an appropriate division in this document or the inclusion of thedocument number with the division number when the reference is to the original document. Requestsfor interpretations or revisions of extracted text shall be sent to the technical committee responsiblefor the source document.Information on referenced publications can be found in Chapter 2 and Annex G.Chapter 1AdministrationFirst Revision No. 38:NFPA 69-2008[FR 39: FileMaker]1.1 Scope. Reserved. This standard applies to the design, installation, operation, maintenance, andtesting of systems for the prevention of explosions by means of the following methods:(a1) cControl of oxidant concentration;(b2) cControl of combustible concentration;(c3) pPredeflagration detection and control of ignition sources;(d4) eExplosion suppression;(e5) aActive isolation;(f6) pPassive isolation;(g7) dDeflagration pressure containment;1First Draft Report: Proposed 2014 Edition NFPA 69

(h8) pPassive explosion suppression.1.2 Purpose.1.2.1 This standard shall cover the minimum requirements for installing systems for the preventionof explosions in enclosures that contain flammable concentrations of flammable gases, vapors, mists,dusts, or hybrid mixtures.1.2.2 This standard shall provide basic information for design engineers, operating personnel, andauthorities having jurisdiction.First Revision No. 2:NFPA 69-2008[FR 2: FileMaker]1.2.3* To meet a minimum level of reliability, explosion prevention and control systems designed andinstalled provided in accordance with the requirements of this standard shall include, but not belimited to, the following:(1) Design system verification through testing(2) Third-party inspection and approval of protection systems equipment and methodologies by aninternationally recognized testing laboratory for the function intended, as where specified in Chapters7 through 14.(6) (3) Design documentation(5) (4) Commissioning tests System acceptance(3) (5) Management of change(4) (6) Regular testing and maintenance1.3 Application. This standard shall apply to methods for preventing and controlling explosions.First Revision No. 39:NFPA 69-2008[FR 40: FileMaker]1.3.1 1.3.1 When desired by the owner or operator, or required by the authority having jurisdiction, orwhen required by other standards, explosion prevention shall be achieved by one or more of thefollowing methods as required to mitigate the damage, prevent the transport of the an ignition source,and propagate prevent the deflagration:(1) Using the methods in Chapter 7 or 8 to control the environment within the protected enclosure,such that a deflagration cannot occur(2) Using the methods in Chapter 9, 11, or 12 to prevent the propagation of a deflagration toconnected vessels or to prevent the transport of an ignition source(3) Using the methods in Chapter 10, 13, or 14, or of in NFPA 68, Standard on Explosion Protectionby Deflagration Venting, to mitigate the effects of the deflagration, such that the protected enclosurewill not be uncontrollably breached1.3.1.1 It shall be permitted to use the methods in Chapters 4 and 5 in lieu of the methods inChapters 7 through This standard shall apply to methods for predeflagration detection or control of an ignition.When desired by the owner or operator, or required by the authority having jurisdiction, or whenrequired by other standards, predeflagration detection or control of an ignition shall be achieved bymethods described in Chapter These methods shall be permitted to be used independently to reduce the frequency ofdeflagrations. These methods shall be permitted to be used as an additional detector for a method ofChapter 10, 11, 12, or These methods shall not interfere with the operation of the validated system. These methods shall not be permitted to be used as the sole detector for a method ofChapter 10, 11, 12, or 13.2First Draft Report: Proposed 2014 Edition NFPA 69* When another standard requires explosion prevention or control in accordance with NFPA 69for an enclosure and that enclosure is interconnected to other enclosures by a line containingcombustible dust, gas, mist, or hybrid mixtures that could transmit flame or pressure from the originalenclosure, explosion prevention or control shall be provided for interconnected enclosures by one ofthe following methods:(1) Deflagration isolation as discussed in Chapters 11 and 12(2) Explosion venting of the interconnected enclosures within the limitations specified in NFPA 68,Section 8.10(3) Containment as discussed in Chapter 13(4) Expanded metal mesh or polymer foam as discussed in Chapter It shall be permitted to eliminate deflagration isolation protection for interconnectedenclosures based on a documented risk analysis acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction,unless isolation protection is specifically required for such enclosure by other standards.1.3.2 This standard shall not apply to the following conditions:(1) Devices or systems designed to protect against detonations(2)* (2)*Design, construction, and installation of deflagration vents(3) Protection against overpressure due to phenomena other than internal deflagrations(4) Chemical reactions other than combustion processes(5) Unconfined deflagrations, such as open-air or vapor cloud explosions(6) Rock dusting of coal mines, as covered by 30 CFR 75(7) General use of inert gas for fire extinguishment(8)* (8)*Preparation of tanks, piping, or other enclosures for hot work, such as cutting and welding(9) Ovens or furnaces handling flammable or combustible atmospheres, as covered by NFPA 86(10) Marine vapor control systems regulated by 33 CFR 154(11) Marine vessel tanks regulated by 46 CFR 30, 32, 35, and 391.4 Retroactivity. The provisions of this standard reflect a consensus of what is necessary toprovide an acceptable degree of protection from the hazards addressed in this standard at the timethe standard was issued.1.4.1 Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of this standard shall not apply to facilities,equipment, structures, or installations that existed or were approved for construction or installationprior to the effective date of the standard. Where specified, the provisions of this standard shall beretroactive.1.4.2 In those cases where the authority having jurisdiction determines that the existing situationpresents an unacceptable degree of risk, the authority having jurisdiction shall be permitted to applyretroactively any portions of this standard deemed appropriate.1.4.3 The retroactive requirements of this standard shall be permitted to be modified if theirapplication clearly would be impractical in the judgment of the authority having jurisdiction, and onlywhere it is clearly evident that a reasonable degree of safety is provided.1.5 Equivalency. Nothing in the standard is intended to prevent the use of systems, methods, ordevices of equivalent or superior quality, strength, fire resistance, effectiveness, durability, and safetyover those prescribed by this standard.1.5.1 Technical documentation shall be submitted to the authority having jurisdiction to demonstrateequivalency.1.5.2 The system, method, or device shall be approved for the intended purpose by the authorityhaving jurisdiction.Chapter 2 Referenced Publications2.1 General. The documents or portions thereof listed in this chapter are referenced within thisstandard and shall be considered part of the requirements of this document.3First Draft Report: Proposed 2014 Edition NFPA 69

2.2 NFPA Publications. National Fire Protection Association, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA02169-7471.NFPA 61, Standard for the Prevention of Fires and Dust Explosions in Agricultural and FoodProcessing Facilities, 2008 edition.NFPA 68, Standard on Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting, 2007 edition.NFPA 70, National Electrical Code , 2008 edition.NFPA 72 , National Fire Alarm Code , 2007 edition.NFPA 86, Standard for Ovens and Furnaces, 2007 edition.NFPA 271, Standard Method of Test for Heat and Visible Smoke Release Rates for Materials andProducts Using an Oxygen Consumption Calorimeter, 2004 edition.NFPA 326, Standard for the Safeguarding of Tanks and Containers for Entry, Cleaning, or Repair,2005 edition.NFPA 484, Standard for Combustible Metals, 2006 edition.NFPA 654, Standard for the Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions from the Manufacturing,Processing, and Handling of Combustible Particulate Solids, 2006 edition.2.3 Other Publications.2.3.1 API Publications. American Petroleum Institute, 1220 L Street, NW, Washington, DC 200054070.API 510, Pressure Vessel Inspection Code: Maintenance Inspection, Rating, Repair, and Alteration,1997.2.3.2 ASME Publications. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Three Park Avenue, NewYork, NY 10016-5990.ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, 2007.ASME B31.3, Process Piping, 2004.First Revision No. 8:NFPA 69-2008[FR 8: FileMaker]2.3.3 ASTM Publications. ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Drive, P.O. Box C700, WestConshohocken, PA 19428-2959.ASTM D 257, Standard Test Methods for DC Resistance or Conductance of Insulating Materials,2007 2005.ASTM D 3574, Standard Test Methods for Flexible Cellular Materials — Slab, Bonded and MoldedUrethane Foams, 2011 2003.ASTM E 2079, Standard Test Method for Limiting Oxygen (Oxidant) Concentration for Gases andVapors, 2007.2.3.4 CEN Publications. European Committee for Standardization, 36 rue de Stassart, B-1050Brussels, Belgium.EN 12874, Flame Arresters — Performance Requirements, Test Methods and Limits for Use, 2001.2.3.5 Military Specifications. Department of Defense Single Stock Point, Document Automationand Production Service, Building 4/D, 700 Robbins Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5094.MIL-DTL-83054C, Baffle and Inerting Material, Aircraft Fuel Tank, 2003.MIL-PRF-87260A, Foam Material, Explosion Suppression, Inherently Electrically Conductive, forAircraft Fuel Tank and Dry Bay Areas, 1992.2.3.6 U.S. Government Publications. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.146, “Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard.”Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 1910.147, “The Control of Hazardous Energy (LockOut/Tag-Out).”Title 30, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 75.Title 33, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 154, “Waterfront Facilities.”4First Draft Report: Proposed 2014 Edition NFPA 69

Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 30.Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 32, “Shipping.”Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 35.Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 39.Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 173.24, U.S. Department of Transportation, “GeneralRequirements for Packaging and Packages.”2.3.7 Other Publications.Bartknecht, W., Explosions: Course, Prevention, Protection, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany,1989.Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 11th edition, Merriam-Webster, Inc., Springfield, MA, 2003.2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections.NFPA 68, Standard on Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting, 2007 edition.NFPA 72 , National Fire Alarm Code , 2007 edition.NFPA 302, Fire Protection Standard for Pleasure and Commercial Motor Craft, 2004 edition.NFPA 497, Recommended Practice for the Classification of Flammable Liquids, Gases, or Vaporsand of Hazardous (Classified) Locations for Electrical Installations in Chemical Process Areas, 2004edition.Chapter 3 Definitions3.1 General. The definitions contained in this chapter

Development of NFPA Standards, Section 4.3.12, the following First Draft Report has been developed for public review. . parts and consists of the First Draft Report and the Second Draft Report. (See Regs at 1.4) III. Step 1: First Draft Report. The First Draft Report is defined as "Part one of the Technical Committee Report, which

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