By International Code Council
The 2009 foreign gasoline gasoline Code units forth standards that handle the layout and deploy of gas fuel platforms and gas-fired home equipment, in keeping with the most up-tp-date info and expertise to be had. the necessities are performance-driven, making this an efficient instrument and necessary addition to any Code library.
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Appliances shall be supported and connected to the piping so as not to exert undue strain on the connections. 1 Access for maintenance and replacement. Appliances shall be accessible for inspection, service, repair and replacement without disabling the function of a fire-resistance-rated assembly or removing permanent construction, other appliances, or any other piping or ducts not connected to the appliance being inspected, serviced, repaired or replaced. A level working space at least 30 inches deep and 30 inches wide (762 mm by 762 mm) shall be provided in front of the control side to service an appliance.
A level service space not less than 30 inches (762 mm) deep and 30 inches (762 mm) wide shall be present at the front or service side of the appliance. The clear access opening dimensions shall be a minimum of20 inches by 30 inches (508 mm by 762 mm), and large enough to allow removal ofthe largest appliance. Exceptions: 1. The passageway and level service space are not required where the appliance is capable of being serviced and removed through the required opening. 2. Where the passageway is not less than 6 feet (1829 mm) high for its entire length, the passageway shall be not greater than 50 feet (15 250 mm) in length.
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