NFPA 415: Standard on Airport Terminal Buildings, Fueling Ramp Drainage, and Loading Walkways
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What is NFPA 415?
NFPA 415: Document Scope
1.1 Scope. This standard specifies the minimum fire protection requirements for the construction and protection of airport terminal buildings. It specifies the minimum requirements for the design and maintenance of the drainage system of an aircraft fueling ramp to control the flow of fuel that can be spilled on a ramp and to minimize the resulting possible danger. In addition, it contains the minimum requirements for the design, construction, and fire protection of aircraft loading walkways between the terminal building and aircraft.
The purpose of this standard is to protect life and property from fire at airport terminal complexes. Official document scope
What does NFPA 415 address?
Requirements cover fire protection of airport terminal building, as well as fire testing and design criteria for aircraft loading walkways. NFPA 415 also includes criteria for design and maintenance of the drainage system of an aircraft fueling ramp to control the flow of fuel that might be spilled on a ramp and minimize possible danger. Table of Contents

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