62-762.501. System Requirements for Shop Fabricated Storage  


Effective on Thursday, October 17, 2019
  • 1(1) General requirements.

    4(a) Wellhead Protection. Persons are advised that Chapter 62-521, F.A.C., contains restrictions regarding the location of storage tank systems within 500 feet of a potable water well.

    31(b) Secondary containment.

    341. The materials used for secondary containment shall be:

    43a. Impervious to the regulated substances being stored in the storage tank system and able to withstand deterioration from external environmental conditions,

    65b. Non-corrosive or of corrosion-protected materials; and,

    72c. Of sufficient thickness and strength to withstand hydrostatic forces at maximum capacity to prevent a discharge.

    892. Synthetic liners, unless previously approved by the Department, shall be designed and tested in accordance with 106Test Methods, Test Properties and Testing Frequency for High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Smooth and Textured Geomembranes, 122GRI Test Method GM13, Rev. 14, January 2016, 130hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 137available at the Department address listed in subsection 14562-762.211(1), 146F.A.C., or from the publisher at Geosynthetic Institute, 154475 Kedron Avenue, Folsom, Pennsylvania 19033-1208, (610)522-8440, or at http://www.geosynthetic-institute.org/, 164and be registered with the Department in accordance with subsection 17462-762.851(2), 175F.A.C. Liners shall not be constructed or consist of naturally occurring in-situ soils.

    1883. Secondary containment constructed of concrete shall be:

    196a. Designed and constructed in accordance with 203Control of Cracking in Concrete Structures 209(Reapproved 2008), ACI 224R-01, (Reapproved 2008), incorporated by reference in paragraph 22062-762.201(33)(b), 221F.A.C., and 223Design Considerations for Environmental Engineering Concrete Structures, 230ACI 350.4R-04, 2004 Edition, American Concrete Institute (ACI), incorporated by reference in paragraph 24362-762.201(33)(b), 244F.A.C., or

    246b. Lined in accordance with SSPC-TU 2/NACE 6G197, February 1997, incorporated by reference in subparagraph 26162-762.201(33)(b)2., 262F.A.C., unless previously lined in accordance with 269Coatings and Linings over Concrete for Chemical Immersion and Containment Service, 280NACE Standard SP0892-2007 (formerly RP0892), 2007 Edition, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 294available at the Department address listed in subsection 30262-762.211(1), 303F.A.C., or from the publisher at NACE International, 3111440 South Creek Drive, Houston, Texas 77084-4906, (800)797-6223, or at http://www.nace.org/, and be registered with the Department in accordance with subsection 33262-762.851(2), 333F.A.C., or

    335c. Designed, evaluated, and certified by a professional engineer licensed in the State of Florida that the concrete secondary containment system meets the general construction requirements specified in subparagraph 36462-762.501(1)(b)1., 365F.A.C.

    3664. Secondary Containment constructed with other materials, including clay liner materials shall be impervious and registered in accordance with subsection 38662-762.851(2), 387F.A.C.

    3885. For cathodically protected tanks and integral piping, secondary containment systems shall not interfere with the operation of the cathodic protection system.

    4106. For VCI protected tanks, the secondary containment system shall provide containment for the vapor corrosion inhibitors.

    4277. Secondary containment systems shall be designed and installed to direct any release to a monitoring point or points.

    4468. If factory-made single-walled spill containment systems or single-walled sumps are installed on the system, a containment integrity test shall be performed before the component is placed into service in accordance with the manufacturer’s testing requirements. For system components without manufacturer containment testing specifications, PEI/RP1200-17, 2017 Edition 493shall be used. 496PEI/RP1200-17 is the 499Recommended Practices for the Testing and Verification of Spill, Overfill, Leak Detection and Secondary Containment Equipment at UST Facilities, 518hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available 526at the Department address located in subsection 53362-762.211(1), 534F.A.C., or the publisher at PEI, Post Office Box 2380, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74101-2380, (918)494-9696, or the publisher’s website at 553www.pei.org/554. For field-fabricated components the tests shall be at least for 24 hours in accordance with manufacturer’s requirements.

    5729. An interstitial integrity test shall be performed on each double-walled or double-bottomed storage tank with a closed interstice after it is delivered to the facility, and before the storage tank is placed into service. This test shall be performed in accordance with 615the manufacturer’s testing specifications. For 620storage tanks without manufacturer interstitial integrity testing requirements, PEI/RP200-13, 2013 Edition, 631shall be used634. 635PEI/RP200-13 is the 638Recommended Practices for Installation of Aboveground Storage Systems for Motor Vehicle Fueling, 650hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 657available at the Department address listed in subsection 66562-762.211(1), 666F.A.C., or from the publisher at PEI, 673Post Office Box 2380, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74101-2380, (918)494-9696, or at www.pei.org/. 684For closed top dike double-walled UL 142 storage tanks with an open interstice not capable of being pressurized, manufacturer’s inspection instructions in accordance with the UL 142 storage tank’s equipment registration pursuant to subsection 62-762.851(2), F.A.C., must be performed for structural or other damage to the storage tank after it is delivered to the facility, and before the storage tank is placed into service. If manufacturer instructions are unavailable, a visual inspection must be performed for structural or other damage to the storage tank after it is delivered to the facility, and before the storage tank is placed into service784.

    78510. Before integral piping is placed into service, an interstitial integrity test shall be performed on double-walled small diameter integral piping in contact with the soil, or that transports regulated substances over surface waters of the state, in accordance with 825Recommended Practices for Installation of Underground Liquid Storage Systems, 834PEI/RP100-17, 2017 Edition, 837hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 844available at the Department address listed in subsection 85262-762.211(1), 853F.A.C., or from the publisher at PEI, 860Post Office Box 2380, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74101-2380, (918)494-9696, or at www.pei.org/, and PEI/RP1200-17, 2017 Edition.

    87511. If double-walled spill containment systems are installed, an interstitial integrity test shall be performed in accordance with the 894manufacturer’s testing requirements. For system components without manufacturer interstitial integrity testing specifications, 906PEI/RP1200-17, 2017 Edition, shall be used before the spill containment system is placed into service.

    921(c) Cathodic protection.

    9241. Test stations. Cathodic protection systems shall be designed, constructed, and installed with test stations in accordance with NACE standards contained in paragraph 94762-762.211(2)(g), 948F.A.C., or another method of monitoring to allow for a determination of current operating status. Cathodic protection test stations shall provide direct access to the soil electrolyte in close proximity to each cathodically protected structure for placement of reference electrodes, and monitoring wires that connect directly to cathodically protected structures. Facilities where direct access to soil in close proximity to cathodically protected structures is present, and where electrical connections to cathodically protected structures can be conveniently accomplished, need not have separate dedicated cathodic protection test stations.

    10342. The cathodic protection system shall be operated and maintained in accordance with subsection 104862-762.701(2), 1049F.A.C.

    10503. Any field-installed cathodic protection system shall be designed and installed by or under the direction of a Corrosion Professional.

    1070(d) Corrosion Protection with Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors (VCI)

    10781. Testing locations for vapor corrosion inhibitors. Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor technologies registered with the Department in accordance with subsection 109762-762.851(2), 1098F.A.C., provide an alternative to cathodic protection for protection of metal surfaces within the secondary containment. Vapor corrosion inhibitors (VCI) effectiveness shall be established by the use of electrical resistance probes located in testing locations as recommended by a Corrosion Professional to monitor corrosion rates.

    11432. Any field-installed VCI protection system shall be designed and installed by or under the direction of a Corrosion Professional and the VCI manufacturer’s certified installer. The VCI protection system shall be operated and maintained in accordance with subsection 118262-762.701(3), 1183F.A.C.

    1184(e) Compatibility. The primary and secondary walls of storage tank systems shall be made of, or internally lined with, materials that are compatible with the regulated substance 1211stored in the storage tank systems and with substances or conditions present in the environment. All storage tank systems containing blends of ethanol, biodiesel, or other biofuels and additives shall be compatible with regulated substances 1246stored in the storage tank systems.

    1252(f) Exterior coatings. Exterior portions of tanks and integral piping shall be coated or otherwise protected from external corrosion. The coating shall be designed and applied to resist corrosion, deterioration, and degradation of the exterior wall.

    1288(g) All components of a storage tank system shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

    1305(h) All storage tank systems shall be installed in accordance with the applicable provisions of:

    13201. 1321Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 1326Storage of Liquids in Tanks – Aboveground Storage Tanks, 1335Chapter 22 of 1338NFPA 30, 2018 Edition, incorporated by reference in paragraph 134762-762.201(36)(a), 1348F.A.C.,

    13492. 1350Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages, 1357NFPA 30A, 2018 Edition, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available at the Department address listed in subsection 137662-762.211(1), 1377F.A.C., or from the publisher at NFPA, 13841 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169, (617)770-3000, or at www.nfpa.org/,

    13943. 1395Process Piping, 1397ASME B31.3, 2016 Edition, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 1408available at the Department address listed in subsection 141662-762.211(1), 1417F.A.C., or from the publisher at ASME International, 22 Law Drive, Box 2900, Fairfield, New Jersey 07007-2900, (800)843-2763, or 1436the publisher’s website 1439at 1440http://www.asme.org/; and,

    14424. 1443PEI/RP200-13, 2013 Edition.

    1446(i) Whenever integral piping in contact with the soil is installed or relocated after January 11, 2017, a survey drawing of the underground integral piping, signed and sealed by a professional land surveyor or 1480professional engineer licensed in the State of Florida, shall be complet1491ed and maintained as a record in accordance with Rule 150162-762.711, 1502F.A.C.

    1503(2) Storage tank installation.

    1507(a) In addition to the requirements of paragraph 151562-762.501(1)(h), 1516F.A.C., storage tank systems shall be installed according to the applicable provisions of 1529Installation Instructions for Shop Fabricated Aboveground Storage Tanks for Flammable, Combustible Liquids, 1541STI R912, Revised November 2015, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available at the Department address listed in subsection 156162-762.211(1), 1562F.A.C., or from the publisher at STI, 1569944 Donata Court, Lake Zurich, IL 60047, (847)438-8265, or at https://www.steeltank.com/.

    1580(b) Storage tank construction 1584requirements1585.

    15861. Storage tanks shall be constructed in accordance with one of the following 1599requirements 1600hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available from the Department address given in subsection 161562-762.211(1)1616:

    1617a. 1618Standard for Steel Aboveground Tanks for Flammable and Combustible Liquids, 1628UL 142, December 2006, Revised August 2014, 9th Edition. To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 164662-762.211(2)(m), 1647F.A.C.,

    1648b. 1649Welded Tanks for Oil Storage, 1654API Std 650, 12th Edition, March 2013, incorporated by reference in subsection 166662-762.201(67), 1667F.A.C. 1668To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 167762-762.211(2)(b), 1678F.A.C.,

    1679c. 1680Specification for Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Tanks, 1686API Spec 12P, 4th Edition, Feburary 2016. 1693To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 170262-762.211(2)(b), 1703F.A.C.,

    1704d. 1705Standard for Aboveground Tanks with Integral Secondary Containment, 1713STI F9211715®, 1716Revised June 2016. To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 172862-762.211(2)(l), 1729F.A.C.,

    1730e. 1731Standard for Protected Aboveground Tanks for Flammable and Combustible Liquids, 1741UL 2085, 1743December 1997, Revised September 2010, 2nd Edition1750. 1751To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 176062-762.211(2)(m), 1761F.A.C.,

    1762f. 1763Steel Tank Institute Standard for Fire Tested Tanks Flameshield1772®, 1773STI F001, 1775April 2017. 1777To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 178662-762.211(2)(l), 1787F.A.C.,

    1788g. 1789Fireguard: Specification for Fireguard Protected Aboveground Storage Tanks, 1797STI F941, 1799June 2016. To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 181062-762.211(2)(l), 1811F.A.C., 1812or

    1813h. 1814Generator Base Tanks: Standard for Aboveground Tanks Used as a Generator Base Tank, 1827STI F011, 1829April 2017. 1831To obtain this reference from the publisher, see paragraph 184062-762.211(2)(l), 1841F.A.C.

    18422. Storage tanks that meet the above performance requirements, that are constructed of equivalent material, or have an equivalent design shall be registered with the Department in accordance with subsection 187262-762.851(2), 1873F.A.C.

    1874(c) Cathodic and corrosion protection. Steel tanks in contact with the soil shall have a cathodic or corrosion protection system meeting the following requirements:

    18981. The cathodic protection system shall be designed, constructed, and installed in accordance with 1912Cathodic Protection of Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tanks, 1919API RP 651, 4th Edition, September 2014, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available at the Department address listed in subsection 194162-762.211(1), 1942F.A.C., or from the publisher at API, 1220 L Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005, (202)682-8000, or at http://www.api.org/; and 1961Application of Cathodic Protection to Control External Corrosion of Carbon Steel On-Grade Storage Tank Bottoms (formerly 1977External Cathodic Protection of On-Grade Carbon Steel Storage Tank Bottoms), 1987NACE Standard 1989SP0193-2016-SG (formerly 1991RP0193-2001), 2016 Edition, 1994hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 2001available at the Department address listed in subsection 200962-762.211(1), 2010F.A.C., or from the publisher at NACE International, 20181440 South Creek Drive, Houston, Texas 77084-4906, (800)797-6223, or at http://www.nace.org/,

    20292. A field-installed cathodic protection system shall be designed and installed by or under the direction of a Corrosion Professional,

    20493. The cathodic protection system shall be designed and installed with at least one test station in accordance with subparagraph 206962-762.501(1)(c)1., 2070F.A.C., or a method of monitoring to allow for a determination of current operating status; and,

    20864. The cathodic protection system shall be operated and maintained in accordance with subsection 210062-762.701(2), 2101F.A.C.

    21025. Storage tank systems using corrosion protection systems with vapor corrosion inhibitors that are registered in accordance with subsection 212162-762.851(2), 2122F.A.C., shall be designed and installed under the direction of a Corrosion Professional, and be installed with at least one electrical resistance probe test location, or a method of monitoring to allow for a determination of the corrosion rate on the underside of the tank floor, or other interstitial or metallic surface. The VCI system shall be designed and installed in accordance with the requirements specified in subsection 219062-762.701(3), 2191F.A.C.

    2192(d) Secondary containment.

    21951. All storage tanks, including those that contain used oil, shall have secondary containment.

    22092. Storage tanks containing high viscosity products are exempt from the requirements for secondary containment.

    22243. Dike field areas with secondary containment shall:

    2232a. Conform to the requirements of Chapter 22 of NFPA 30, 22432018 Edition, 2245Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 2250Storage of Liquids in Tanks – Aboveground Storage Tanks,

    2259b. Contain a minimum of 110 percent of the maximum capacity of the storage tank located within the dike field area, or of the largest single-walled storage tank located within a dike field area containing more than one storage tank. For dike field areas containing more than one storage tank, capacity calculations shall be made after deducting the volume of the storage tanks, other than the largest storage tank, below the height of the dike,

    2334c. Be constructed, if not roofed or otherwise protected from the accumulation of rainfall, with either:

    2350(I) A siphon to remove accumulated liquids or 2358a drainage system that allows the continuous discharge of water but functions to automatically stop the flow of all liquids upon the presence of 2382regulated substances, 2384or

    2385(II) A gravity drain pipe which has a manually controlled valve, normally closed, or a manually controlled pump. Gravity drain pipes shall be designed and constructed to prevent a discharge in the event of fire; and,

    2421d. Have all integral piping and other penetrations that pass through the secondary containment of dike field areas sealed 2440around the penetration with an impervious compatible material to prevent the discharge of regulated substances.

    2455(e) Overfill protection.

    24581. Owners or operators shall ensure that the volume available in the storage tank is greater than the volume of regulated substances to be transferred to the storage tank before the transfer is made and shall ensure that any transfer is repeatedly monitored to prevent overfilling and spilling, and no storage tank shall be filled beyond 95 percent capacity.

    25172. All storage tanks shall be equipped with at least one of the following overfill protection devices or containment method:

    2537a. A level gauge or other measuring device that accurately shows the level of regulated substances 2553in the storage tank, and is visible to the transfer operator,

    2564b. A high level (at 90 percent tank capacity) warning alarm that 2576is either visible, audible, or both to the transfer operator and the transfer operator is to ensure the tank is not filled beyond 95 percent capacity,

    2602c. A high level (at 95 percent tank capacity) liquid flow cutoff controller, or

    2616d. An impervious dike field area designed to contain overfills.

    26263. 2627Effective October 17, 2019, o2632wners and operators 2635shall:

    2636a. Designate a primary overfill protection device used to meet the requirements in 2649subparagraph 265062-762.501(2)(e)2., 2651F.A.C., 2652and any additional overfill devices shall not interfere with the designated primary device; and, 

    2666b. Ensure the designated primary overfill protection device is registered 2676pursuant to 2678registration of storage tank system equipment and release detection systems and methods, subsection 269162-762.851(2), 2692F.A.C2693.

    26944. An annual operability test shall be performed on the designated primary overfill protection device used to meet the Department’s overfill protection requirement at intervals not exceeding 12 months to ensure proper operation.

    27275. Storage tanks with capacities of 15,000 gallons or less that do not receive delivery by a mated (joined) tight fill adaptor connection of the delivery hose to the tank riser may use calibrated stick measurements for overfill protection, and are not required to be equipped with one of the devices specified in subparagraph 278262-762.501(2)(e)2., 2783F.A.C., provided that an inches to gallons chart is posted at the tank fill areas or readily available to the delivery driver. Such tanks shall not be filled beyond 95 percent capacity.

    28156. Used oil tanks that receive less than 25 gallons at one time are not required to have overfill protection.

    2835(f) Spill containment systems.

    28391. Storage tanks shall be installed with a spill containment system at each storage tank fill connection, except within dike field areas with secondary containment. The spill containment system shall meet the requirements of paragraph 287462-762.501(1)(b), 2875F.A.C., 2876and be registered in accordance with subsection 288362-762.851(2), 2884F.A.C.

    28852. 2886Fillbox covers, regardless of the date of installation of the storage tank system, shall be marked or the fill connection tagged and facility signage shall be prominently displayed in accordance with 2917Using the API Color-Symbol System to Mark Equipment and Vehicles for Product Identification at Gasoline Dispensing Facilities and Distribution Terminals, 2937API RP 1637, (R2012), 3rd Edition, July 2006, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available at the Department address listed in subsection 296062-762.211(1), 2961F.A.C., or from the publisher at API, 1220 L Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20005, (202)682-8000, or at http://www.api.org/; 2979or 2980Identification Markings for Dedicated Aviation Fuel Manufacturing and Distribution Facilities, Airport Storage and Mobile Fuelling Equipment, 2996EI 1542, 9th Edition, July 2012, 3002hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available 3010at the Department address listed in subsection 301762-762.211(1), 3018F.A.C., or from the publisher at Energy Institute, 62 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR, United Kingdom, +44 (0) 20 7467 7100, or the publisher’s website at https://www.energyinst.org/home, 3046or with an equivalent method approved by the Department in accordance with subsection 305962-762.851(1), 3060F.A.C.

    30613. Spill containment systems, including double-walled spill containment systems, shall be installed to allow for release detection in accordance with Rule 308262-762.601, 3083F.A.C.

    3084(g) Dispensers and dispenser sumps.

    30891. The dispenser used for transferring fuels from storage tanks to vehicles or portable containers shall be installed and maintained in accordance with the provisions of NFPA 30, 31172018 Edition; 3119and 3120Chapter 6, 3122Fuel Dispensing Systems; 3125Chapter 9, 3127Operational Requirements; 3129and Chapter 11, 3132Marine Fueling 3134of 3135NFPA 30A 3137Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages, 31442018 Edition.

    31462. Dispensers shall be installed with a dispenser sump, except those within an impervious dike field area with secondary containment, meeting the performance 3169requirements 3170of paragraph 317262-762.501(1)(b), 3173F.A.C., and registered in accordance with subsection 318062-762.851(2), 3181F.A.C. The dispenser sump shall extend beneath the union of the integral piping and the dispenser, including the shear valve, if applicable. Dispensers mounted directly upon the storage tank or that are otherwise associated with storage tank systems that do not have underground integral piping are exempt from this requirement unless the dispensers are located over the surface waters of the state.

    32433. Dispenser sumps shall be installed to allow for release detection in accordance with Rule 325862-762.601, 3259F.A.C. The dispenser sump shall be capable of containing a release for the entire area beneath the dispenser.

    3277(h) Piping sumps.

    32801. Piping sumps shall meet the performance 3287requirements 3288of paragraph 329062-762.501(1)(b), 3291F.A.C., 3292and be registered in accordance with subsection 329962-762.851(2), 3300F.A.C. 3301The piping sumps shall be designed, constructed, and installed to minimize water entering the sump.

    33162. Piping sumps shall be installed to allow for release detection in accordance with Rule 333162-762.601, 3332F.A.C.

    3333(i) Hydrant sumps. Underground hydrant sumps shall be installed to prevent the discharge of regulated substances 3349during fueling of aircraft, vessels, or at any other time the hydrant system is in use, 3365and be registered in accordance with subsection 337262-762.851(2), 3373F.A.C. 3374Any such equipment shall be sealed to and around the hydrant piping with an impervious, compatible material.

    3391(j) Relocation of storage tanks. Storage tanks that have been removed and reinstalled at a different property shall be re-registered with the Department in accordance with subsection 62-762,401(1), F.A.C. They shall be reinstalled in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and inspected in accordance with STI SP001, January 2018, incorporated by reference in subsection 344462-762.411(3), 3445F.A.C., and with the 3449requirements 3450in Rule 345262-762.501, 3453F.A.C.

    3454(3) Small diameter integral piping.

    3459(a) Installation.

    34611. All integral piping installed after 3467January 11, 2017, 3470shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, if applicable, and according to the applicable provisions of PEI/RP200-13, 2013 Edition; Chapter 27 of NFPA 30, 2018 Edition, 3498Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 3503Piping Systems; 3505NFPA 30A, 2018 Edition; and 3510Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquids and Slurries, 3517ASME B31.4, 2016 Edition, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 3528available at the Department address listed in subsection 353662-762.211(1), 3537F.A.C., or from the publisher at ASME International, 22 Law Drive, Box 2900, Fairfield, New Jersey 07007-2900, (800)843-2763, or 3556the publisher’s website 3559at 3560http://www.asme.org/.

    35612. An interstitial integrity test shall be performed on double-walled integral piping that is in contact with the soil, or that transports regulated substances 3585over surface waters of the state in accordance with PEI/RP100-17, 2017 Edition and PEI/RP1200-17, 2017 Edition, before the integral piping is placed into service.

    36093. All new integral piping that is not in contact with the soil, shall meet the construction 3626requirements 3627in paragraphs 362962-762.501(3)(a) 3630through (c), F.A.C., and shall be UV rated if exposed to sunlight if made of non-metallic materials.

    36474. New double-walled integral piping that is in contact with the soil shall be installed with a slope to a low point monitoring system. Double-walled integral piping utilizing hydrostatic, pressure or vacuum monitoring are not subject to this requirement.

    36865. All new pressurized small diameter integral piping that is in contact with the soil must be installed with line leak detectors meeting the requirements of paragraph 371362-762.601(4)(b), 3714F.A.C. The line leak detectors must be tested annually at intervals not exceeding 12 months in accordance with paragraph 373362-762.601(1)(b), 3734F.A.C., and be installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. For line leak detectors without manufacturer’s instructions, the installation must be in accordance with Section 7 of PEI/RP200-13, 3761Recommended Practices for Installation of Aboveground Storage Systems for Motor Vehicle Fueling, 3773Pumps and Valves, 37762013 Edition.

    37786. All pressurized small diameter integral piping installed prior to January 11, 2017, 3791that is in contact with the soil must be installed with line leak detectors meeting the requirements of paragraph 381062-762.601(4)(b), 3811F.A.C., by January 11, 2018. The line leak detectors must be tested annually at intervals not exceeding 12 months in accordance with paragraph 383462-762.601(1)(b), 3835F.A.C., and be installed in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions. For line leak detectors without manufacturer’s instructions, the installation must be in accordance with Section 7 of PEI/RP200-13, 2013 Edition. Line leak detectors are not required for piping that is not in contact with the soil.

    3880(b) Secondary containment.

    38831. All small diameter integral piping, including remote fill piping, that is in contact with the soil or that transports regulated substances 3905over surface waters of the state, including those that contain used oil, shall have secondary containment.

    39212. Small diameter integral piping containing high viscosity products are exempt from the requirements for secondary containment.

    39383. Single-wall3940ed integral piping that is in contact with the soil, and is not exempt pursuant to subparagraph 395762-762.501(3)(b)2., 3958F.A.C., shall be immediately and permanently closed in accordance with subsection 396962-762.801(2), 3970F.A.C.

    3971(c) Construction.

    39731. Fiberglass reinforced plastic pipin3978g, semi-rigid non-metallic, or other non-rigid 3984piping installed in contact with the soil shall be installed in accordance with 3997Non-metallic Underground Piping for Flammable Liquids, 4003UL 971, October 1995, Revised 4008March 2006, 40101st Edition, 4012hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 4019available at the Department address listed in subsection 402762-762.211(1), 4028F.A.C., or from the publisher at UL, 4035333 Pfingsten Road, Northbrook, Illinois 60062-2096, (847)272-8800, or at www.ul.com/, 4045or certified by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory that these 4055requirements 4056are met, and registered in accordance with subsection 406462-762.851(2), 4065F.A.C.

    40662. 4067Rigid metallic integr4070al piping shall be constructed in accordan4077ce with ASME B31.3, 2016 Edition, or PEI/RP200-13, 2013 Edition4087. In addition, steel integral piping in contact with the soil shall be cathodically protected in accordance with the following documents: 4108Cathodic Protection of Underground Petroleum Storage Tanks and Piping Systems, 4118API RP 1632, (R2010), 3rd Edition, May 1996, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available at the Department address listed in subsection 414162-762.211(1), 4142F.A.C., or from the publisher at API, 1220 L Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20005, (202)682-8000, or at http://www.api.org/; 4160Control of External Corrosion on Underground or Submerged Metallic Piping Systems, 4171NACE Standard SP0169-2013 (formerly RP0169), 2013 Edition, hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and available at the Department address listed in subsection 419362-762.211(1), 4194F.A.C., or from the publisher at NACE International, 42021440 South Creek Drive, Houston, Texas 77084-4906, (800)797-6223, or at http://www.nace.org/; 4213and 4214Recommended Practice for Corrosion Protection of Underground Piping Networks Associated with Liquid Storage and Dispensing Systems, 4230STI R892, Revised January 2006, 4235hereby adopted and incorporated by reference, and 4242available at the Department address listed in subsection 425062-762.211(1), 4251F.A.C., or from the publisher at STI, 4258944 Donata Court, Lake Zurich, IL 60047, (847)438-8265, or at https://www.steeltank.com/.

    42693. Metallic double-walled integral piping constructed of nonferrous materials such as copper shall be constructed in accordance with the requirements in Chapter 27 of NFPA 30, 42952018 Edition4297.

    42984. Integral double-walled piping constructed of other materials, design, or corrosion protection shall be registered with the Department in accordance with subsection 432062-762.851(2), 4321F.A.C.

    43225. Small diameter integral piping using corrosion protection systems with vapor corrosion inhibitors that are registered in accordance with subsection 434262-762.851(2), 4343F.A.C., shall be designed and installed under the direction of a Corrosion Professional, and shall be installed with at least one electrical resistance probe or a method of monitoring to allow for a determination of the corrosion rate within the piping interstice. The VCI system shall be designed and installed in accordance with the requirements specified in subsection 440162-762.701(3), 4402F.A.C.

    4403(d) Valves.

    44051. Shear valves. Pressurized small diameter integral piping systems connected to dispensers shall be installed with shear valves or emergency shutoff valves in accordance with Section 6.3 of NFPA 30A, 4435Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages, Requirements for Dispensing Devices, 44462018 Edition. These valves shall be designed to close automatically if a dispenser is displaced from its normal position. The valves shall be rigidly anchored independently of the dispenser. The valves shall be tested in accordance with PEI/RP1200-17, 2017 Edition, at the time of installation by a certified contractor to confirm that the automatic closing function of the valve operates properly, and that the valve is properly anchored.

    45142. Isolation block valves. Any storage tank system, regardless of the date of installation of the storage tank system, located at an elevation that produces a gravity head on small diameter integral piping positioned below the product level in the tank must be installed and maintained with an isolation block valve in accordance with Chapter 22.13 of NFPA 30, 45732018 Edition, 4575Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, 4580Tank Openings Other Than Vents4585.

    45863. Anti-siphon valves. For storage tank systems that produce a gravity head on small diameter integral piping positioned below the product level in the tank, anti-siphon valves shall be installed and maintained in accordance with Section 7 of PEI/RP200-13, 2013 Edition, and Section 11.2 of NFPA 30A, 4633Marine Fueling, Storage, 46362018 Edition. For such storage tank systems installed prior to January 11, 2017, anti-siphon valves shall be installed within one year of January 11, 2017. Integral piping located within an impervious dike field area does not require anti-siphon valves.

    4675(4) Bulk product piping associated with shop fabricated storage tanks shall meet the requirements of subsection 62-762.502(4), F.A.C.

    4693Rulemaking Authority 4695376.303 FS. 4697Law Implemented 4699376.303 FS. 4701History–New 6-21-04, Amended 1-11-17, 10-17-19.