4.5.3 Incompatible materials and flammable liquids shall not be stored
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within 25 ft. of organic peroxide formulations in chemical storage
[NOTE: Organic peroxide formulations that are also classified
as flammable liquids may be stored with other organic peroxide
188.8.131.52 If a 25-foot separation cannot be maintained, then a 1-
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hour, liquid-tight fire barrier shall be permitted.
4.5.4 Only closed containers shall be permitted in an organic peroxide
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4.5.5 Fifty-five-gallon drums of organic peroxide formulations shall
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not be stacked.
4.5.6 Storage temperatures in chemical storage areas shall be
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maintained within the recommended storage temperature range
220.127.116.11 High and low temperature switches, as applicable, shall
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be provided in addition to normal temperature controls.
These switches shall actuate an alarm to ensure prompt
18.104.22.168 Heating systems shall use low-pressure steam, hot water,
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or indirectly heated air; cooling systems shall not use
direct expansion of a flammable gas.
22.214.171.124 Heating or cooling pipes and other heat transfer devices
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shall not come into contact with organic peroxide
containers to cause their overheating or cooling.
Refrigerators used for storing organic peroxide formulations
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shall be Class I, Group D, and Division I (i.e., "explosion-
proof", as defined in Article 500 of NFPA 70.
Unventilated, unrefrigerated storage cabinets used for the
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storage of organic peroxides shall be considered Class I,
Division I as defined in Article 500 of NFPA 70.
Ventilated storage cabinets shall be considered Class I, Division
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II as defined in Article 500 of NFPA 70. Ventilation must be a
minimum of 1 cubic foot/minute/square foot of floor area.
Attention should be used to ensure that organic peroxides stored in direct sunlight are not heated above allowed temperatures
by radiant heating.