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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.4.2.1 The placement and use of dry chemical extinguishers
NFPA 430, 2.11.6.1
containing ammonium compounds (Class ABC) shall be
prohibited in oxidizer storage areas where oxidizers that
can release chlorine are stored.
4.4.2.2 Halon extinguishers shall not be used in oxidizer storage
NFPA 430, 2.11.6.2
areas.
4.4.3 Combustible construction materials that could come into contact
NFPA 430, 2.12
with oxidizers shall be coated with a compatible material to
prevent their impregnation with the oxidizers.
4.4.4 Absorptive packing materials, wooden pallets, etc., that are
NFPA 430, 2.13.5
exposed to water containing oxidizers or that contain water
soluble oxidizers, and are exposed to water shall be immediately
relocated to a safe outside area and properly disposed of.
4.4.5
Oxidizers shall not be stored where they can be heated to within
NFPA 430, 2.8.1
25F of their decomposition temperature or above 120F,
whichever is lower.27
4.5 Organic Peroxides
4.5.1 Chemical storage areas used for the storage of organic peroxides
NFPA 432, 4.1
shall be conspicuously identified with the words "Organic
Peroxides" and by the class.
4.5.1.1 Areas used to store organic peroxides of different classes
NFPA 432, 4.1.1
per NFPA 432, shall be marked as containing the most
severe hazard.
4.5.1.2 Packages containing organic peroxide formulations shall
NFPA 432, 4.1.2
be individually marked with chemical name and other
pertinent information to allow proper classification.
4.5.1.3 Packages of organic peroxides that require temperature
NFPA 432, 4.1.3
control shall be marked with the recommended storage
range.
4.5.2 A clear space of at least 2 ft. shall be maintained between organic
NFPA 432, 4.11.2
peroxide storage and uninsulated metal walls.
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Attention should be used to ensure that oxidizers stored in direct sunlight are not heated above allowed
temperatures by radiant heating.
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