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    Default Help finding code?

    I'm not an investigator and am at my other job writing a proposal. I just need a little help.
    Anyone know where I can find a code for the distance needed between an open flame and an oxygen cylinder?
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    Seth
    Last edited by sddrew; 08-11-2008 at 06:15 PM.
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    I am not a code expert but I don't but I would start with NFPA 101 which is the life safety code. That would give you a general idea, but I would find out what your local adopted code would be and research that. Call your city building department or the state building dept. or fire marshal.

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    Check out IFC 2006, NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and NFPA 99 for possible refernces. You can Google most of them to find someone that has them posted.

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    what's the situation? Medical o2?

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