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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
Filters with replaceable cartridges should be located at floor level below
grade in close proximity to the solid waste handling and storage area.
Filters should be arranged in a row along an exterior wall and in separate
cells with common shield walls between them. This allows use of the
structural exterior wall as a shield and permits the use of a single rigging
beam for cartridge removal.
Site Considerations for Outdoor Equipment . Important factors to be
1.2.6
considered in the site location of outdoor equipment are summarized below:
Tanks or equipment requiring frequent supplies should be located no
more than 10 feet from access roads used by delivery trucks.
Outdoor equipment should not be located near power lines, flammable,
and combustible liquid lines.
1.3
Piping Design and Layout . The following design guidelines should be considered in
the physical routing and design of piping systems. These guidelines are a compilation
of design, construction, startup, and operating experiences.
1.3.1
General.
Where continuous services are required, service headers should be
looped and appropriately valved to maintain service during routine
maintenance or system modification.
Service piping should be extended from horizontal service headers.
Piping should be located outside of hazardous areas whenever possible
to reduce personnel exposure during maintenance.
Adjacent facility walls and floors should not be penetrated in cases where
routine maintenance or alterations of service piping would result in
undesirable curtailment or interruption of operations in other adjacent
facilities.
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