The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991 - Administrative law
The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 632 - This subpart prescribes minimum requirements for maintenance of pipeline facilities. 192.703 General. (a) No person may operate a segment of pipeline, unless it is maintained in accordance with this subpart. (b) Each segment of pipeline that becomes unsafe must be replaced, repaired, or removed from service. (c) Hazardous leaks must be repaired promptly. 192.705 Transmission lines: Patrolling. (a) Each operator shall have a patrol program to observe surface conditions on and adjacent to the...
Page 272 - Cleats or other fasteners used to secure cover must not extend beyond carrying cleats. (b) Lumber to be well seasoned commercially dry, and free from decay, loose knots, knots that would interfere with nailing, and other defects that would materially lessen the strength. (c) Assemble sides and ends with grain of wood horizontal and nail as specified.
Page 182 - ... (b) Verify chemical analysis of each heat of material by analysis or by obtaining certified analysis: Provided, That a certificate from the manufacturer thereof, giving sufficient data to indicate compliance with requirements, is...
Page 588 - ... within the limits of the outer continental shelf as that term is defined in the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act (43 USC 1331). (b) This part does not apply to: (1) Offshore gathering of gas...
Page 113 - All material, such as plates, billets and seamless tubing, was inspected and each cylinder was inspected both before and after closing in the ends; all that was accepted was found free from seams, cracks, laminations, and other defects which might prove injurious to the strength of the cylinder.
Page 619 - Except for unprotected copper inserted in ferrous pipe, each pipeline must be electrically isolated from metallic casings that are a part of the underground system. However, if isolation is not achieved because it is impractical, other measures must be taken to minimize corrosion of the pipeline inside the casing. (d) Inspection and electrical tests must be made to assure that electrical isolation is adequate. (e) An insulating device may not be installed in an area where a combustible atmosphere...
Page 588 - Telemetering or recording gages. 192.743 Pressure limiting and regulating stations: Testing of relief devices. 192.745 Valve maintenance: Transmission lines. 192.747 Valve maintenance: Distribution systems. 192.749 Vault maintenance. 192.751 Prevention of accidental ignition. 192.753 Caulked bell and spigot joints. 192.755 Protecting cast-iron pipelines. APPENDIX A...
Page 117 - Physical test (a) To determine yield strength, tensile strength, elongation, and reduction of area of material. Required on 2 specimens cut from 1 cylinder, or...
Page 308 - Material requirements. (a) Lumber or plywood must be well seasoned, commercially dry, and free from decay, loose knots, knots that would interfere with nailing, and other defects that would materially lessen the strength and in accordance with the following: ( 1 ) Lumber must be of good commercial grade.
Page 600 - Electrical circuits needed to protect equipment from damage may remain energized. (4) It must be operable from at least two locations, each of which is: (i) Outside the gas area of the station; (ii) Near the exit gates, if the station is fenced, or near emergency exits, if not fenced; and (iii) Not more than 500 feet from the limits of the station. (b) If a compressor station supplies gas directly to a distribution system with no other adequate source of gas available, the emergency shutdown system...

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