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Answer: Absolutely. API RP does not reference the location or the type of site, but it does define which storage tanks the standards apply to, including the size of the tank, how you fill the tank and how much the tank can hold. Question: Are any compact probes or sensors available that can sense the presence of a very small amount of fluid i. Answer: If you have a very small amount of fluid in a pipe or on top of a roof, an ultrasonic gap switch can detect it — and may work more efficiently than a mechanical device. Another option is an electronic sensor.

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It recognized that prevention provides the most basic level of protection, thus while using both terms "protection" and "prevention", the document emphasizes prevention. The standard"s scope covers minimum overfill and damage prevention practices for aboveground storage tanks in petroleum facilities, including refineries, marketing terminals, bulk plants, and pipeline terminals that receive flammable and combustible liquids.

Use of this standard is intended for storage tanks associated with marketing, refining, pipeline and terminals containing Class I or Class II petroleum liquids. Use is recommended for Class III petroleum liquids. This standard does not apply to: underground storage tanks; aboveground tanks of US gallons liters or less; aboveground tanks which comply with PEI ; pressure vessels; tanks storing LPG and LNG; tanks at service stations; tanks filled exclusively from wheeled vehicles i.

This standard recommends application of PEI Recommended Practice Recommended Practices for Overfill Prevention for Shop-Fabricated Aboveground Tanks for overfill protection where applicable for aboveground tanks falling outside the scope of this document. The goal is to receive product into the intended storage tank without overfill or loss of containment. This standard is one of minimum requirements.

Alternate approaches or variations on the principles of this standard that provide equivalent or more robust overfill prevention are acceptable. Alternate approaches may be needed when the tank system varies from the typical configurations described in this standard.

The rationale for the implementation of each overfill prevention process OPP should be documented and retained by the owner and operator.

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It recognized that prevention provides the most basic level of protection, thus while using both terms "protection" and "prevention", the document emphasizes prevention. The standard"s scope covers minimum overfill and damage prevention practices for aboveground storage tanks in petroleum facilities, including refineries, marketing terminals, bulk plants, and pipeline terminals that receive flammable and combustible liquids. Use of this standard is intended for storage tanks associated with marketing, refining, pipeline and terminals containing Class I or Class II petroleum liquids. Use is recommended for Class III petroleum liquids. This standard does not apply to: underground storage tanks; aboveground tanks of US gallons liters or less; aboveground tanks which comply with PEI ; pressure vessels; tanks storing LPG and LNG; tanks at service stations; tanks filled exclusively from wheeled vehicles i. This standard recommends application of PEI Recommended Practice Recommended Practices for Overfill Prevention for Shop-Fabricated Aboveground Tanks for overfill protection where applicable for aboveground tanks falling outside the scope of this document. The goal is to receive product into the intended storage tank without overfill or loss of containment.

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