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NFPA® 484 Standard for Combustible Metals 2012 Edition

NFPA® 484 Standard for Combustible Metals 2012 Edition

Chapter 1 Administration
1.1 Scope
1.2 Purpose
1.3 Application
1.4 Retroactivity
1.5 Equivalency
Chapter 2 Referenced Publications
2.1 General
2.2 NFPA Publications
2.3 Other Publications
2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections
Chapter 3 Definitions
3.1 General
3.2 NFPA Official Definitions
3.3 General Definitions
Chapter 4 Determination of the Combustibility or Explosibility of a Metal, Metal Powder, or Metal Dust
4.1 Overview
4.2 Determination of Combustibility
4.3 Determination of Explosibility
4.4 Risk Evaluation
Chapter 5 Determination of Dust Explosion Hazard Areas and Flash-Fire Hazard Areas
5.1 Dust Explosion and Flash-Fire Hazard Areas
5.2 Segregation, Separation, or Detachment to Limit Dust Hazard Areas
Chapter 6 Performance-Based Design Option
6.1 General Requirements
6.2 Design Objectives
6.3 Performance Criteria
6.4 Design Scenarios
6.5 Evaluation of Proposed Design
6.6 Retained Prescriptive Requirements
Chapter 7 Alkali Metals
7.1 General Provisions
7.2 Facility Design Requirements
7.3 Primary Metal Production
7.4 Powder Production. (Reserved)
7.5 End Users of Powder. (Reserved)
7.6 Processing and Handling
7.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
7.8 Storage and Handling
7.9 Fire and Explosion Protection
7.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 8 Aluminum
8.1 General Provisions
8.2 Facility Design Requirements
8.3 Primary Metal Production
8.4 Aluminum Powder Production
8.5 End Users of Powder
8.6 Processing
8.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
8.8 Storage and Handling
8.9 Fire and Explosion Protection
8.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 9 Magnesium
9.1 General Provisions
9.2 Facility Design Requirements
9.3 Primary Metal Production
9.4 Powder Production
9.5 End Users of Powder. (Reserved)
9.6 Processing
9.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
9.8 Storage and Handling
9.9 Fire and Explosion Prevention
9.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 10 Niobium
10.1 General Provisions
10.2 Facility Design Requirements
10.3 Primary Metal Production
10.4 Niobium Powder Production for Primary Producers
10.5 End Users of Niobium Powder
10.6 Processing and Handling
10.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
10.8 Storage and Handling
10.9 Fire and Explosion Protection
10.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 11 Tantalum
11.1 General Provisions
11.2 Facility Design Requirements
11.3 Primary Metal Production
11.4 Powder Production
11.5 End Users of Powder
11.6 Processing and Handling. (Reserved)
11.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
11.8 Storage and Handling
11.9 Fire and Explosion Prevention
11.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 12 Titanium
12.1 General Provisions
12.2 Facility Design Requirements
12.3 Primary Metal Production
12.4 Powder Production
12.5 End Users of Powders. (Reserved)
12.6 Processing and Handling
12.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
12.8 Storage and Handling
12.9 Fire and Explosion Prevention
12.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 13 Zirconium
13.1 General Provisions
13.2 Facility Design Requirements
13.3 Primary Metal Production
13.4 Powder Production
13.5 End Users of Powders. (Reserved)
13.6 Processing and Handling. (Reserved)
13.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
13.8 Storage and Handling
13.9 Fire and Explosion Prevention
13.10 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 14 Other Metals
14.1 General Provisions
14.2 Facility Design Requirements
14.3 Primary Metal Production
14.4 Powder Production
14.5 End Users of Powder
14.6 Processing
14.7 Machining, Fabrication, and Finishing
14.8 Hot Work
14.9 Storage and Handling
14.10 Fire and Explosion Prevention
14.11 Other. (Reserved)
Chapter 15 Fire Prevention, Fire Protection, and Emergency Response
15.1 Applicability
15.2 Fire Prevention
15.3 Fire Protection
15.4 Emergency Response
15.5 Emergency Preparedness
Chapter 16 Combustible Metal Recycling Facilities
16.1 General
16.2 Receiving Criteria
16.3 Storage of Combustible Metals for Recycling
16.4 Processing
16.5 Emergency Preparedness
16.6 Ignition Sources
16.7 Waste Disposal
Annex A Explanatory Material
Annex B Electrically Conductive Floors
Annex C Supplementary Information on Magnesium
Annex D Explosibility of Magnesium Dust
Annex E Supplementary Information on Tantalum
Annex F Supplementary Information on Titanium
Annex G Supplementary Information on Zirconium
Annex H Extinguishing Agents That Should Not Be Used on Lithium Fires
Annex I Testing for Detailed Characterization of Explosive Behavior of Materials
Annex J Informational References
Index

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