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Hazards Separation


DOE-HDBK-1132-99
Physically separate storage facilities for radioactive materials from
process operations, areas for the storage of nonnuclear materials or
equipment, and functions not directly required for storage operations.
Provide suitable physical compartmentalization, to limit the quantities of
stored materials in each compartment to safe levels.
Generally, establish a clear height of 9 feet, with floor-to-floor height not
exceeding 12 feet except where specific functions require special
ventilation systems or where high-bay space is required for engineering
development, semi-works, other equipment, or similar functional use.
Where economical, use suspended ceilings to reduce HVAC loads and
energy costs, to provide required acoustical properties, and to facilitate
the maintenance of acceptable levels of cleanliness.
Where an acceptable working environment can be provided by careful
layout of exposed framing, piping, and ducts, design roof or overhead
floor construction to eliminate the need for ceiling finish (other than
painting) or applied or integral acoustical treatment.
Provide vertical chases with suitable access doors or removable panels
for access to valves, dampers, and other equipment.
Isolate compressed gas cylinders in a special hazardous materials
storage room on an outside wall of the facility building with separate
ventilation and access from outside and inside the building.
Design facility layout to provide specific control and isolation of quantities
of flammable, toxic, and explosive gases, chemicals, and other
hazardous material admitted to the facility.
When designing for a radioactive environment, provide additional space
for temporary shielding or for additional shielding in the event radiation
levels are higher than anticipated.
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