The Ontario Building Code | Service Rooms and Storage Facilities
126.96.36.199. service Rooms and Storage Facilities
(1) In addition to the requirements of this Subsection, service rooms shall comply with the requirements of Sentences 188.8.131.52.(5), 184.108.40.206.(7) and 220.127.116.11.(8) and Articles 18.104.22.168. and 22.214.171.124.
(a) except as provided in Sentences 126.96.36.199.(3) to (7), is separated from the remainder of the building by a 1 h fire separationthat is substantially gas tight,
(b) is designed for the sole purpose of containing all installed pressurized chlorine gas apparatus and piping and storing all chlorine gas containers or chlorine gas cylinders that are individually secured against toppling,
(c) is located at or above ground level,
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(g) contains a platform weigh scale of at least 135 kg capacity for each chlorine cylinder in use.
(3) Storage facilities shall be provided for the safe storage of all chemicals required in pool operations.
(5) service roomsand storage facilities, including rooms and facilities that contain electrical or mechanical equipment or chemicals or chemical feeders, shall be equipped with a secure locking device.
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