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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 13. Housing
Agency 5. Department of Housing and Community Development
Chapter 51. Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code
9/28/2020

13VAC5-51-154.7. Ifc Chapter 65 Pyroxylin (Cellulose Nitrate) Plastics.

A. Change Section 6501.2 to read:

6501.2 Permits. Permits shall be required as set forth in Section 107.2.

B. Delete Sections 6504.1.1 and 6504.1.3.

C. Change Sections 6504.1 and 6504.2 to read:

6504.1 Raw material. Raw cellulose nitrate (pyroxylin) plastic material in a Group F building shall be stored and handled in accordance with Sections 6504.1.2 and 6504.1.4 through 6504.1.7.

(N)6504.2 Fire protection. Fire protection for the manufacture or storage of articles of cellulose nitrate (pyroxylin) plastic in quantities exceeding 100 pounds (45 kg) shall be in accordance with the applicable building code.

Statutory Authority

§ 27-97 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 30, Issue 16, eff. July 14, 2014; amended, Virginia Register Volume 34, Issue 18, eff. October 16, 2018; Errata, 35:1 VA.R 128 September 3, 2018.

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