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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
of containing the volume of lube oil stored in the tank. All lube oil
equipment should be located within this room. The room should include a
sump, sump pump, and associated warning devices. Underground tanks
should be double-lined with a low-point sump having a fluid detection
device. The sump should be pumped to an oily water separator.
Condensate storage tanks are usually located outdoors, as close as
possible to their points of connection to the condensate system.
Elevation of these tanks should provide sufficient net positive suction
head at any connected pump suction. If these tanks are located within a
radiological area, they should be placed in a diked area to control
Air Compressors.
1.2.2
Air compressors, including their associated after coolers, air receivers,
and air dryers should be located on a concrete floor, close to an outside
air source.
Air compressors should be enclosed to reduce noise levels.
The inlet air to the compressor should be kept away from any volatile or
hazardous gas sources such as hydrogen bottles or engine exhaust.
Depending upon the maintenance requirements of compressors, a
monorail with a manual or electric hoist, or a bridge crane with electric
trolley and hoist can be provided.
A laydown area should be provided for maintenance and removal of parts
from the compressor.
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