34 Pa. Code § 14.4 - Application

(a) This subpart applies to flammable and combustible liquids having a flash point below 200°F, but does not apply to liquids and facilities at refineries.
(b) While this subpart does not apply to liquids having a flash point of 200°F or above, it may apply as a basis for the storage of the liquids, especially with reference to such features as container design, construction, venting and piping.
(c) This subpart applies throughout this Commonwealth, except in Philadelphia County and Allegheny County, and does not supersede additional regulations or requirements not in conflict with this subpart promulgated under authority of law by a political subdivision. If this subpart is in conflict with a regulation or requirement promulgated by a political subdivision, this subpart is applicable.
(d) The portions of this subpart applicable to inside and beneath building storage and use for commercial purposes does not supersede additional regulations or requirements not in conflict with this subpart established by local ordinance.
(e) Under the act, the Department of Labor and Industry has established requirements for the construction of buildings, exclusive of private residences and parcels thereof, except in cities of the First Class, Second Class and Second Class A, which shall supplement this subpart.
(f) This subpart is not applicable to the storage, use and the like of flammable or combustible liquids in fuel tanks, or containers or reservoirs-that is, windshield washer solvent, brake fluid and the like-which are integral components of motor vehicles. Storage in the tanks, containers or reservoirs shall comply with 67 Pa. Code (relating to transportation).

Notes

34 Pa. Code § 14.4
The provisions of this § 11.4 adopted October 12, 1971, effective October 23, 1971, 1 Pa.B. 2018;; transferred from 37 Pa. Code and renumbered as 34 Pa. Code § 14.4, February 28, 2014, effective March 1, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 1233. The provisions of this § 11.4 adopted October 12, 1971, effective October 23, 1971, 1 Pa.B. 2018; amended June 22, 1984, effective June 18, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 2131; transferred from 37 Pa. Code and renumbered as 34 Pa. Code § 14.4, February 28, 2014, effective March 1, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 1233. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (205616) and (293221).

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