Cubic Foot of Gas (Standard): The amount of gas that occupies one cubic foot of space when at a temperature of 60 degrees F, and under a pressure equivalent to that of 14.73 PSIA.
This Project Standard and Specification defines the minimum mandatory requirements governing the design and installation of fixed hydrogen sulfide and combustible gas-in-air monitoring systems for personnel and plant protection. REFERENCES Throughout this Standard the following dated and undated standards/codes are referred to.
Natural Gas Installation Standards Handbook
Securing Gas Cylinders - Mine Safety and Health Administration
Standard Number: 1926.350 Title: Gas welding and cutting. GPO Source: e-CFR. 1926.350(a) Transporting, moving, and storing compressed gas cylinders. 1926.350(a)(1) In the event that fuel gas should leak from the cylinder valve, rather than from the valve stem, and the gas cannot be shut off, the cylinder shall be properly tagged and removed
gas construction standards drawing index 100 series - gas main installation revision date gs-100 3/29/2018 gas main trench - typical cross section gs-101 3/29/2018 gas main trench - under pavement typical cross section gs-102 5/21/2001 required gas main depths gs-105 3/29/2018 typical end of main cross section joint trench
No unattended charged fuel gas and oxygen hose lines or torches are in enclosed spaces for more than 15 minutes; and 1915.503(b)(2)(iii) All fuel gas and oxygen hose lines are disconnected at the supply manifold at the end of each shift;
the gas shall have a total or gross heating value of not less than 950 BTU per cubic foot at a pressure base of 14.73 dry Several of the examples listed refer directly to specific industry standards. The examples that do not specify a specific standard, do list specific requirements that must be met. To meet these requirements, some action,