KT 14501C-FIRE Kombottank Fire Rated Specifications.indd

KT 14501C-FIRE Kombottank Fire Rated Specifications.indd
KOMBOTANK™ FIRE RATED
TANK SPECIFICATIONS
1. GENERAL TANK DESCRIPTION:
1.1. The Dual KomboTank are constructed in accordance with National, State, and Locally recognized Aboveground Storage Tank Standards, such
as: Underwriters Laboratory Standard 142 for the primary tank, National Fire Protection Association Sections 30 & 30A, and Uniform Fire
Code.
1.2. The Dual KomboTank are constructed as a multiple product collection and dispensing system that utilizes a single primary steel storage
tank with a single internal bulkhead (additional bulkheads are available). The tank, with accessories, shall be placed within a secondary tank
enclosure.
1.3. The secondary tank enclosure shall provide a minimum of 110% secondary containment for the primary tanks, and 360° radius containment
for the primary tanks and control assemblies.
1.4. The control assemblies shall be new, and installed on top of the primary tank at the factory.
1.5. The anchoring tie downs shall be an integral part of the exterior support feet and shall be welded to the bottom of the Environmental Tank
Enclosure.
1.6. The KomboTank must be off-loaded on site with a large forklift or crane.
1.7. All openings in the primary tanks shall be from the top, with threaded NPT fittings.
1.8. The KomboTank shall include a one (1) year warranty for the tanks and accessories.
1.9. The KomboTank manufacturer shall provide proof of a minimum 10 years of manufacturing KomboTanks.
2. PRIMARY STORAGE TANK:
2.1. The standard primary storage tank shall be rectangular in design. It shall be constructed of UL specified steel thickness, with continuous
welds.
2.2. The primary storage tank shall be constructed and listed in accordance with UL 142 standards.
2.3. The primary tank shall be fitted with a minimum of: a 3/4” product inlet, a 2” overfill prevention valve, a 2” suction tube for product
withdrawal, a 2” primary working vent, either a 4” or 6” emergency vent, a 2” product level gauge, and a 1” sampling port.
2.4. The primary tank shall be pressure tested to UL 142 Standard (minimum 3 to maximum 5 psi) at the factory.
2.5. The primary tank shall be mounted within the secondary containment cabinet by means of at least four (4) stabilizing brackets to prevent the
primary tank from shifting.
2.6. The primary tank shall be placed within the secondary containment cabinet with a minimum of 3” visual clearance around all sides to allow
for 100% visual inspection.
2.7. The exterior of the primary tank shall be cleansed of foreign material, and coated with a corrosion resistant industrial paint (3 to 5 mils dry
film thickness).
3. FIRE PROTECTION:
3.1. The standard fire protection material shall be lightweight concrete and surround the primary tank. The tank design shall provide a minimum
two (2) hour fire rating per UFC Appendix Standard A-II-F (formerly UFC 79-7), and UL 2085 Protected Secondary Containment Tanks.
3.2. The fire protective material shall allow liquid leaking from the primary tank to penetrate the material and communicate with the leak
detection tube according to UL 2085 Protected Secondary Containment Tanks.
3.3. The fire protective material shall be of a monolithic pour, poured at the factory.
3.4. The fire protective material shall provide a minimum of an R-10 insulating factor.
4. BULLET RESISTANCE:
4.1. The fire protected primary tank shall be tested by a qualified engineering firm to be resistant to penetration of the primary tank by a 150
grain, M 2 Bullet, traveling at a velocity of at least 2700 feet per second, when fired from a .30 caliber rifle, located a maximum of 100 feet
from the target.
4.2. The fire protected tank must be able to be repaired in the field by a factory representative, when impacted by a bullet.
4.3. The factory representative must be able to certify that the primary and secondary containment do not leak, and that the fire protective
material regains its minimum two (2) hour protection.
5. ENVIRONMENTAL TANK ENCLOSURE:
5.1. The Environmental Enclosure (secondary leak containment tank) shall be rectangular in design and constructed with a minimum 12 ga. steel.
All welds shall be full penetration.
5.2. The Environmental Enclosure shall be separate from the primary tank, and shall not be welded or attached to the primary tank in any fashion.
5.3. The secondary leak containment tank shall completely enclose the primary tank and all operating equipment (360° radius), providing
secondary containment to the primary tank and operating equipment. It shall be sized to contain 110% of the primary tank storage capacity.
5.4. The inside bottom of the secondary tank shall be fitted with a minimum of two (2) raised steel channels, (a minimum of 2” in height), to
support the primary tank above the secondary tank floor.
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5.5. The secondary tank shall be supported by two (2) 4” high steel support feet channels with integral anchoring holes to maintain ground
clearance for better anchoring to concrete foundation.
5.6. The secondary tank shall contain a removable, locking roof that provides at least 30” of clearance from the top of the primary tank to the
bottom of the roof.
5.7. The secondary containment cabinet shall contain louvered vents on the cabinet which is above the level of the primary tank. These vents
shall provide a minimum of 20” of venting capacity.
5.8. The secondary containment cabinet shall contain a knock-out hole above the primary tank level to provide for the working vent installation.
Internally threaded couplers for air supply hose (1/2”) and product suction (3/4”) shall be welded into the side of the cabinet above the top
of the primary tank, so that the respective hoses are easily installed, and contractors do not have to create any hole in the side of the cabinet.
The cabinet shall not be drilled or penetrated, or in any way destroy the integrity of its containment capacity.
5.9. The secondary containment cabinet shall include a hinged, locking security door with viewport for the product level gauge and OPTIONAL
annular space leak detection gauge, and shall be mounted on a removable door frame, at or above the level of the primary tank. This will
provide access to the components for service or extraction operations. The removable door frame shall allow for easy replacement of the
door and frame if they are damaged during operating procedures.
5.10. The interior surface of the secondary containment cabinet shall be cleansed of foreign material, and coated with a corrosion resistant
industrial paint (3 to 5 mils dry film thickness). The exterior surface of the secondary containment cabinet shall be cleansed of foreign
material, and coated with a corrosion resistant industrial paint (3 to 5 mils dry film thickness).
5.11. The primary tank shall be stabilized from lateral movement within the enclosure by placement of four (4) lateral supports, one at each corner
of the primary tank, welded to the base plate of the enclosure.
6. CONTROL ASSEMBLIES:
6.1. The control assemblies shall be installed on top of the primary tank, enclosed totally within the environmental containment cabinet and
tested at the factory before shipment.
6.2. USED OIL COLLECTION SYSTEM
6.2.1. PUMP ASSEMBLY:
6.2.1.1. The pump assembly consists of a 1” UL Listed air operated double diaphragm suction pump with a capacity of 10-15 gpm at 50 psi.
6.2.2. AUTOMATIC OVERFILL VALVE ASSEMBLY:
6.2.2.1. The automatic overfill valve assembly consists of an air operated valve that is preset at the factory to stop the air flow to the suction
pump when the liquid level in the storage tank reaches 95% of it’s capacity. This assembly also includes an air filter/regulator,
pressure gauge, and flexible air supply hose to connect the valve to the 1/2” coupler and air pump.
6.2.3. AUDIBLE ALARM:
6.2.3.1. The audible alarm is incorporated within the automatic overfill valve assembly, and engages at the 95% capacity level.
6.2.4. PRODUCT INTAKE LINE:
6.2.4.1. The product intake line consists of a UL Listed 3/4” by 8’ hardwall suction hose with in-line strainer, one each 3/4” female quick
coupler and 3/4” male quick coupler, and hose hanger bracket.
6.2.5. PRODUCT REMOVAL:
6.2.5.1. The product contained inside the primary tank shall be removed through a 2” cam and groove fitting with locking cap assembly
and 2” suction tube.
6.3. NEW OIL DISPENSING SYSTEM
6.3.1. DISPENSING PUMP ASSEMBLY:
6.3.1.1. The pump assembly consists of a 1” UL Listed air operated 5:1 piston pump. This assembly also includes an air filter/regulator,
pressure gauge, and flexible air supply hose to connect the valve to the 1/2” coupler and air pump.
6.3.2. PRODUCT FILL:
6.3.2.1. The product fill consists of a 2” fill cap.
6.4. NORMAL VENTING:
6.4.1. The working vent consists of a 2” mushroom vent cap and rubber grommet for sealing penetration through the secondary tank.
6.5. EMERGENCY VENT:
6.5.1. The emergency vent consists of a 4” or 6” emergency relief device.
6.6. PRODUCT LEVEL GAUGE:
6.6.1. The sight level gauge is mechanical, reading in inches. A tank conversion chart shall be provided to convert the inch readings into
gallons.
6.7. ANNULAR SPACE LEAK DETECTOR:
6.7.1. An OPTIONAL leak gauge can be installed.
7. INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
7.1. Installation and Operating Manual and instructions shall be provided for each system.
Copyright © Containment Solutions, Inc. • All Rights Reserved • January 2014 • Pub. No. KT 14501C-FIRE
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