ATCP 93.640(1)(c)1.1. Any dispenser used for a fueling operation above or within 100 feet of navigable water shall use a dry-break connection or a listed no-drip nozzle with automatic shutoff.
ATCP 93.640(1)(c)2. 2. A nozzle latch-open device may not be installed or used above or within 100 feet of navigable water.
ATCP 93.640(1)(d) (d) Hose. Hose lengths more than 18 feet long, used for dispensing fuel, shall be reeled, racked, or otherwise protected from damage.
ATCP 93.640(2) (2)Public access watercraft fueling. All piping systems and tank systems that are installed on or after November 1, 2019, for watercraft beyond the scope of sub. (4) shall comply with PEI RP1000 and sub. (3).
ATCP 93.640 Note Note: See s. ATCP 93.400 (3) for requirements relating to secondary containment for any underground piping, including any transition between aboveground and underground piping.
ATCP 93.640(3) (3)Seasonal installation of a fueling system on a pier.
ATCP 93.640(3)(a)(a) Plan requirements. Before installing a fueling system on a pier, plans shall be submitted for review and shall specify the requirements of this subsection.
ATCP 93.640(3)(b) (b) Pipe and tank requirements.
ATCP 93.640(3)(b)1.1. All connections that are broken shall use dry-break couplings listed for use with petroleum products.
ATCP 93.640(3)(b)2. 2. Broken connections shall be plugged during storage.
ATCP 93.640(3)(b)3. 3. The tank vent shall be left open.
ATCP 93.640(3)(c) (c) Management plan.
ATCP 93.640(3)(c)1.1. The owner shall develop and maintain on-site a written plan for safely draining the tank and pipe system before disassembly.
ATCP 93.640(3)(c)2. 2. The disassembly plan under subd. 1. shall also be submitted with the plans for a proposed system that are required under s. ATCP 93.100.
ATCP 93.640(4) (4)Residential watercraft fueling operations.
ATCP 93.640(4)(a) (a) Aboveground tanks for watercraft fueling for noncommercial purposes at a private residence shall comply with the requirements for aboveground tanks in ss. ATCP 93.400 to 93.420, and this subsection.
ATCP 93.640(4)(b) (b) No more than 2 tanks are allowed at any residence.
ATCP 93.640(4)(c) (c) Tanks shall be listed and may not exceed 600 gallons in aggregate capacity.
ATCP 93.640(4)(d) (d) The tank shall be used only by the residents of the property for fueling their watercraft or for maintenance of their property.
ATCP 93.640(4)(e)1.1. The tank shall be located outdoors, on land, at least 25 feet from the dwelling and other important buildings, and at least 10 feet from the ordinary high water mark of a navigable waterway, public roadway, or property line.
ATCP 93.640(4)(e)2. 2. All setbacks shall be measured from the inside of the dike wall to the dwelling, important building, ordinary high water mark, public roadway, or property line.
ATCP 93.640(4)(f) (f) A means shall be provided to prevent the discharge of liquid due to a siphoning effect. Gravity dispensing systems may not be used.
ATCP 93.640(4)(g) (g) Transfer of product shall be from a tank by means of an approved, fixed, fuel dispensing hand pump, or a listed, fixed, electrical pump.
ATCP 93.640(5) (5)Emergency fueling from a tank vehicle. Where fixed dispensing facilities are not available, dispensing of Class I or II liquids directly from a tank vehicle into permanently installed fuel tanks of self-propelled watercraft shall be permitted for emergency fueling, provided the operation is in accordance with the requirements for tank vehicles in s. ATCP 93.610 (3).
ATCP 93.640(6) (6)Snowmobile and atv fueling.
ATCP 93.640(6)(a) (a) General. Tank systems used for fueling snowmobiles or ATVs shall meet the requirements for dispensing systems in s. ATCP 93.615.
ATCP 93.640(6)(b) (b) Tank location. Tank systems adjacent to a body of water shall also follow the requirements for watercraft fueling.
ATCP 93.640(6)(c) (c) Collision protection.
ATCP 93.640(6)(c)1.1. Aboveground tank systems used for snowmobile and ATV fueling shall be provided with collision protection.
ATCP 93.640(6)(c)2. 2. The collision protection shall be spaced no more than 30 inches on center.
ATCP 93.640(6)(c)3. 3. If the fueling area is adjacent to vehicle traffic or a parking area, bollards or equivalent protection shall be placed to separate the snowmobile or ATV fueling area from motor vehicle traffic.
ATCP 93.640 History History: CR 17-092: cr. Register October 2019 No. 766, eff. 11-1-19; correction in (3) (c) 1., (4) (e) 1. made under s. 35.17, Stats., and correction in (2), (6) (a) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register October 2019.
ATCP 93.650 ATCP 93.650Aircraft fuel dispensing.
ATCP 93.650(1)(1)General requirements. Fueling operations for aircraft shall follow the requirements in s. ATCP 93.610 (3) or 93.615, NFPA 407, NFPA 418, and this section.
ATCP 93.650(2) (2)Setbacks.
ATCP 93.650(2)(a)(a) Aboveground tanks used for public access fueling shall be at least 30 feet from the point of fuel transfer into the aircraft.
ATCP 93.650(2)(b) (b) Aboveground tank setbacks from buildings, public ways, and property lines shall follow the requirements in Table 93.615-B.
ATCP 93.650(2)(c)1.1. The point of fuel transfer into the aircraft, from any tank or truck supply source, shall be at least 100 feet from public traffic or assembly areas at public events, unless a reduced distance is authorized by the fire chief.
ATCP 93.650(2)(c)2. 2. The public events referred to in subd. 1. do not include passenger terminals, fixed base operators, or persons entering or exiting the aircraft.
ATCP 93.650(3) (3)Collision protection.
ATCP 93.650(3)(a) (a) Barriers shall be provided to protect tanks, pumps, dispensers, and vents from collision damage from aircraft or other vehicles in accordance with s. ATCP 93.430.
ATCP 93.650(3)(b) (b) Where subject to collision from aircraft, barriers protecting an aboveground tank shall be located at all four corners of the storage tank system and extend at least 12 inches above the top of the tank.
ATCP 93.650(4) (4)Product identification.
ATCP 93.650(4)(a) (a) All fuel handling equipment for aircraft and installations within the scope of EI 1542, whether new or existing, shall be marked as referenced in the standard.
ATCP 93.650(4)(b) (b) All aboveground tanks and fill pipes for underground tanks for aircraft, whether new or existing, shall be labeled or otherwise marked using the identification scheme in EI 1542.
ATCP 93.650 Note Note: EI 1542 has requirements for identifying aviation gasoline (AVGAS) and turbine fuels and the equipment used to store and dispense them.
ATCP 93.650(5) (5)Fueling hose.
ATCP 93.650(5)(a)(a) All public access, self-service fueling hose for aircraft that is installed or replaced on or after February 1, 2009, shall be reeled or racked unless approved otherwise by the authorized agent or the department.
ATCP 93.650(5)(b) (b) All fueling hose shall be protected from damage.
ATCP 93.650(6) (6)Operations.
ATCP 93.650(6)(a)(a) General. Individuals who dispense fuel into aircraft shall be knowledgeable in operations and emergency procedures specific to the fuel and fueling systems they are operating.
ATCP 93.650(6)(b) (b) Amphibious aircraft. Shoreline fuel dispensing systems for amphibious aircraft shall follow the requirements of s. ATCP 93.640.
ATCP 93.650 History History: CR 17-092: cr. Register October 2019 No. 766, eff. 11-1-19; correction in (1) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., October 2019 No. 766.
ATCP 93.660 ATCP 93.660Racetrack and amusement vehicle fueling operations.
ATCP 93.660(1)(1)Racing vehicles and amusement ride vehicles with integral internal combustion engines shall follow the requirements of this section.
ATCP 93.660(2) (2) The fuel tanks of racing vehicles shall be filled from safety cans or a fixed fueling system complying with s. ATCP 93.615.
ATCP 93.660(3) (3) During a race in which the vehicle is competing, the vehicle may be refueled with the engine running, if the racetrack is equipped with onsite fire protection that is capable of responding adequately to fires ignited during the fueling.
ATCP 93.660(4) (4) Fueling areas shall be posted with signs that read as follows:
ATCP 93.660(5) (5) A portable fire extinguisher with a minimum 40-B:C rating shall be provided at each fueling area, including pit stalls, pit work areas, and garages.
ATCP 93.660(6) (6) Fueling areas that use methanol shall provide a minimum of 10 gallons of water at each fueling area, including pit stalls, pit work areas, and garages, for the purpose of diluting a methanol fire.
ATCP 93.660 History History: CR 17-092: cr. Register October 2019 No. 766, eff. 11-1-19.
ATCP 93.680 ATCP 93.680Alternative motor fuels.
ATCP 93.680(1)(1)Application.
ATCP 93.680(1)(a)(a) All storage or dispensing systems for fuel consisting of more than 10 percent ethanol by volume shall comply with subs. (2) to (4) and DOE/GO-102016-4854.
ATCP 93.680(1)(b) (b) All storage or dispensing systems for fuel consisting of more than 5 percent biodiesel by volume shall comply with subs. (5) to (7) and DOE/GO 102016-4875.
ATCP 93.680 Note Note: The department and the EPA consider the following parts of a UST system to be critical for demonstrating equipment compatibility under this section:
ATCP 93.680 Note 1. Tank or internal tank lining.
ATCP 93.680 Note 2. Piping.
ATCP 93.680 Note 3. Line leak detector.
ATCP 93.680 Note 4. Flexible connectors.
ATCP 93.680 Note 5. Drop tube.
ATCP 93.680 Note 6. Spill and overfill prevention equipment.
ATCP 93.680 Note 7. Submersible turbine pump and components.
ATCP 93.680 Note 8. Sealants (including pipe dope and thread sealant), fittings, gaskets, o-rings, bushings, couplings, and boots.
ATCP 93.680 Note 9. Containment sumps (including submersible turbine sumps and under dispenser containment).
ATCP 93.680 Note 10. Leak and release detection floats, sensors, and probes.
ATCP 93.680 Note 11. Fill and riser caps.
ATCP 93.680 Note 12. Product shear valve.
ATCP 93.680(2) (2)Material compatibility for ethanol blends. Equipment used to store or dispense fuel consisting of more than 10 percent ethanol by volume may not contain or consist of any of the following materials:
ATCP 93.680(2)(a) (a) Metals. Zinc, lead, aluminum, or alloys containing these metals such as brass or terne.
ATCP 93.680 Note Note: Terne-plated steel and lead-based solder are commonly used in equipment that handles gasoline. These materials will dissolve when in contact with high concentrations of ethanol.
ATCP 93.680(2)(b) (b) Natural materials. Cork, leather, or natural rubber.
ATCP 93.680(2)(c) (c) Polymers. Polyurethane, polyvinyl chloride, polyamides, or methyl-methacrylate plastics.
ATCP 93.680 Note Note: Materials that have been shown to be generally compatible with high concentrations of ethanol include unplated steel, stainless steel, black iron, bronze, Neoprene rubber, Buna-N, polypropylene, nitrile, Viton, Teflon, thermoset reinforced fiberglass and thermoplastic piping material.
ATCP 93.680(3) (3)General requirements for ethanol blends.
ATCP 93.680(3)(a) (a) Tank cleaning.
Published under s. 35.93, Stats. Updated on the first day of each month. Entire code is always current. The Register date on each page is the date the chapter was last published.