Wash. Admin. Code § 296-104-300 - Installation - What control and limit devices are required on automatically fired boilers prior to June 1989?

All automatically fired steam, vapor, or hot water boilers except boilers having a constant attendant who has no other duties while the boiler is in operation, shall be equipped with:

(1) An automatic low-water fuel cutoff; and
(2) An automatic water feeding device.
(3) All devices shall be designed so that they may be readily tested at frequent intervals.

Notes

Wash. Admin. Code § 296-104-300

Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.79 RCW. 04-21-069, § 296-104-300, filed 10/19/04, effective 1/1/05. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.79.030, 70.79.040, 70.79.150, 70.79.290, 70.79.330, 70.79.350, and chapter 70.79 RCW. 04-01-194, § 296-104-300, filed 12/24/03, effective 1/24/04; 02-23-036, recodified as § 296-104-300, filed 11/13/02, effective 12/14/02; 01-24-061, § 296-104-265, filed 11/30/01, effective 12/31/01. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.79.030, 70.79.040 and chapter 70.79 RCW. 00-21-024, § 296-104-265, filed 10/10/00, effective 11/13/00. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.79.030 and 70.79.040. 98-22-024, § 296-104-265, filed 10/28/98, effective 11/28/98; 97-20-109, § 296-104-265, filed 9/30/97, effective 10/31/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.79.240. 88-01-064 (Order 87-25), § 296-104-265, filed 12/17/87; Part IV, § 14, filed 3/23/60.

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