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NFPA 87

Recommended Practice for Fluid Heaters

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Organization: NFPA
Publication Date: 1 January 2015
Status: inactive
Page Count: 54
scope:

This recommended practice covers Type F, Type G, and Type H fluid heaters and related equipment.

Within the scope of this recommended practice, a fluid heater is considered to be any thermal fluid heater or process fluid heater with the following features:

(1) Fluid is flowing under pressure.

(2) Fluid is indirectly heated.

(3) Release of energy from combustion of a liquid or gaseous fuel or an electrical source occurs within the unit.

Purpose. This recommended practice provides recommendations for fluid heaters to minimize the fire and explosion hazards that can endanger the fluid heater, the building, or personnel.

Document History

January 1, 2018
Standard for Fluid Heaters
This standard covers fluid heaters and related equipment. Within the scope of this standard, a fluid heater is considered to be any thermal fluid heater or process fluid heater with the following...
NFPA 87
January 1, 2015
Recommended Practice for Fluid Heaters
This recommended practice covers Type F, Type G, and Type H fluid heaters and related equipment. Within the scope of this recommended practice, a fluid heater is considered to be any thermal fluid...
January 1, 2011
Recommended Practice for Fluid Heaters
This recommended practice covers Type F, Type G, and Type H fluid heaters and related equipment. Within the scope of this recommended practice, a fluid heater is considered to be any thermal fluid...
May 21, 1980
PIERS AND WHARVES (WITHDRAWN)
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