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NOTE - THE NOTED DISAPPROVED ITEMS MAY NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE LIST OF VIOLATIONS. THE DESIGNER IS TO CONDUCT A COMPLETE RE-REVIEW OF THE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL VIOLATIONS OF THE STANDARD COMMENTS AND INCORRECT INFORMATION PRIOR TO RESUBMITTING.

 System plans must be picked up within 30 days. All system plans left longer than 30 days will be discarded as abandoned.

RED LEG BREWERY AND TAP HOUSE
02323 GARDEN OF THE GODS RD

Review DateStatusComment(s)
1/30/2020 DisapprovedDEFERRED SUBMITTAL (CO2 SYSTEMS ONLY) Per Todd Baldwin (owner) and Brandon Anderson (architect), CO2 system shall be a deferred submittal. Plans shall be marked approved on RBD plans to allow for building permit issuance; however, plans shall remain disapproved on CSFD plan review until CO2 plans are approved and permitted. CO2 system must be approved and permitted prior to installation. Hazmat and fire final inspections shall not be scheduled until system is approved and permitted.
AttentionHousekeeping shall be maintained in accordance with NFPA 654 and Chapter 22 of the fire code to prevent unnecessary accumulations of dust.
AttentionA Dust Hazard Assessment performed by RMS indicates dust combustibility hazard is low due to enclosed design of mill machine, the electrical rating of the appliance (explosion proof motors), and electrical classification of the room. The milling is "rough" milling, and creates larger particles rather than fine dust. Based on these design elements, no additional requirements per NFPA 654 or other parts of the fire code shall be required; only those indicated in the plans shall be met (ie, explosion proof fans and electrical classifications).
1/8/2020 DisapprovedA Dust Hazard Assessment for the milling room shall be conducted per Section 7.2 of the 2020 edition of NFPA 654 for dust hazard analysis to determine combutsibility/explosivity of dust created in the milling process. If dust has combustibility hazard and/or explosivity hazard, system shall meet the applicable requirements of Chapters 4-9 of NFPA 654.
DisapprovedThe proposed amount of CO2 used in the CO2 system is 2,000 lbs, that is greater than the 100 lb permit threshold stated in CSFD fire code section 5307. Please provide on the plans how these requirements will be met for CO2 detection and alarm. If this plan will be submitted by the CO2 contractor as a separate submittal, please email Fire Protection Engineer Stefan Manning at stefan.manning@coloradosprings.gov for information on a deferred submittal for the CO2 system.


 

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