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| Standard Number:||1910.106; 1910.106(d)(2); 1910.106(d)(2)(iii)(a) ; 1910.106(d)(2)(iii)(a)(2)|
(a)(1) Such liquid either would be rendered unfit for its intended use by contact with metal or would excessively corrode a metal container so as to create a leakage hazard; andSection 220.127.116.11 of NFPA 30 (2000 edition) permits certain Class IA and Class IB flammable liquids to be stored in a glass container of not more than one gallon or 3.8 liters "if the required liquid purity (such as American Chemical Society analytical reagent grade or higher) would be affected by storage in metal containers or if the liquid can cause excessive corrosion of the metal container." The NFPA exception is thus similar to the first part of the 1910.106(d)(2)(iii) exception. The NFPA exception does not, however, include the additional limitations set out in 1910.106(d)(2)(iii)(a)(2).
(2) The user's process either would require more than 1 pint of a Class IA liquid or more than 1 quart of a Class IB liquid of a single assay lot to be used at one time, or would require the maintenance of an analytical standard liquid of a quality which is not met by the specified standards of liquids available, and the quantity of the analytical standard liquid required to be used in any one control process exceeds one-sixteenth the capacity of the containers allowed under Table H-12 for the class of the liquid;
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