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Hyperbaric and Hypobaric Chambers
Hyperbaric Chambers.  Hyperbaric chambers shall conform to NFPA 99,
Chapter 19.  Criteria contained in the following documents shall be
incorporated into the design of hyperbaric chambers.
NAVFAC DM-39, Hyperbaric Facilities
b)  SS 521-AA-MAN-010, U.S. Navy, Diving and Manned Hyperbaric
Systems Safety Certification Manual
Hypobaric Chambers.
Hypobaric chambers shall conform to NFPA 99B,
Hypobaric Facilities.
Anechoic Chambers.  Anechoic chambers shall be protected in
accordance with Factory Mutual Loss Prevention Data Sheet 1-53, Anechoic
Chambers.  Regardless of separation distance or type of construction, anechoic
chambers of high monetary value with respect to construction or contents shall
be protected.
Liquid Oxygen (LOX)
Fixed Liquid Oxygen Tanks.  Fixed tanks having combined capacity of
100 gallons (378.5 L) or less and portable tanks shall conform to NFPA 51,
Design and Installation of Oxygen-Fuel Gas Systems for Welding, Cutting, and
Allied Processes, and NFPA 43C for industrial applications, and NFPA 99.
As modified in par. 4.21.2.
Separation Distances for Liquid Oxygen (LOX) Tanks and Carts.
Separation distances for LOX tanks and carts shall be as follows:
a)  A minimum of 100 feet from aircraft parking, fueling, or
servicing areas.
b)  A minimum of 100 feet from any flammable or combustible liquids
handling, servicing, processing, or storage area.
c)  A minimum of 50 feet from any buildings of Type III, IV, or V
d)  A minimum of 25 feet from any buildings of Type I or Type II
Oxygen Bulk Tanks.  Fixed bulk tanks having a single or combined
capacity of more than 100 gallons (378.5 L) shall conform to NFPA 50, Bulk
Oxygen Systems at Consumer Sites.
As modified in par. 4.21.2.


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