(a) Type of fuels to be used and economic comparison
to other fuels available.
Description of new boilers, including size,
pressure and type.
(c) Description of any new auxiliaries to be added
and what source of power will be used for their operation.
Description of fuel storage and conveying system
to be installed.
(e) Describe the safety and combustion control
systems utilized and how they will perform.
(f) Describe environmental limits and permits
required (Coordinate with "Environmental Permit Requirements
Investigation, Report, Permit Applications and Consolidated
Compliance Assessment Report" required by Chapter 15 titled "Site
Refrigeration (Cold Storage):
(a) Areas to be refrigerated, including heights,
usage and temperatures to be maintained.
(b) Loads for each cold storage area. Consider
incoming temperatures and types of materials to be stored, defrost
schedules and loads, material handling, safety, lighting and storage
rack types and locations.
Type of refrigeration equipment.
(d) Type and thickness of refrigeration insulation
with vapor analysis for all surfaces.
Fuel Distribution and Storage
Type, location of take-off from supply, and
Type and materials for pipe and valves.
Load calculations for system sizing.
Liquid Petroleum Products:
State or show:
Sketch loading and unloading facilities.
Type of system and features.
(3) Basis for storage capacity, rate of
pumping, and number of dispensing outlets.