B-1.1, r. 3 - Safety Code

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227. A motor fuel dispenser in a fuel dispensing outlet must comply with the clearances in the following Table 2:
TABLE 2
MOTOR FUEL DISPENSER CLEARANCES (M)



Dispensing Unattended Marina User Airport
outlet self-serve outlet outlet outlet



From a building,
except a booth 4.5(1) 6(2) 5 1(3) 15


From property lines 4.5(1) 6(2) 4.5(1) 4.5(3) 15


From a stationary
ignition source — — 8 7.5(3)


From a building opening
other than a booth
opening — — — 4.5(3)


From a dock, wharf, pier
or pontoon or
approach thereto — — 5 — 5

(1) A dispenser installed before 1973 need not be relocated or may be replaced by another dispenser at the same place if the dispenser has the same number of dispensing hoses and dispenses the same number of products. In the case of a marina outlet, the shore is not to be considered a property line.
(2) If a petroleum equipment installation was installed or altered between 1973 and 19 May 1984, clearance of the motor fuel dispenser must be at least 4.5 m. A dispenser installed before 1973 need not be relocated or may be replaced by another dispenser at the same place if the dispenser has the same number of dispensing hoses and dispenses the same number of products.
(3) A dispenser installed before 11 July 1991 need not be relocated or may be replaced by another dispenser at the same place if the dispenser has the same number of dispensing hoses and dispenses the same number of products.
In addition, clearances must be increased, if necessary, so that any vehicle to be fuelled from that dispenser is completely within the property lines of the place where the dispenser is located.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1; 88-2018O.C. 88-2018, s. 28.
227. A motor fuel dispenser in a fuel dispensing outlet must comply with the clearances in the following Table 1:
TABLE 1
MOTOR FUEL DISPENSER CLEARANCES (M)



Dispensing Unattended Marina User Airport
outlet self-serve outlet outlet outlet



From a building,
except a booth 4.5(1) 6(2) 5 1(3) 15


From property lines 4.5(1) 6(2) 4.5(1) 4.5(3) 15


From a stationary
ignition source — — 8 7.5(3)


From a building opening
other than a booth
opening — — — 4.5(3)


From a dock, wharf, pier
or pontoon or
approach thereto — — 5 — 5

(1) A dispenser installed before 1973 need not be relocated or may be replaced by another dispenser at the same place if the dispenser has the same number of dispensing hoses and dispenses the same number of products. In the case of a marina outlet, the shore is not to be considered a property line.
(2) If a petroleum equipment installation was installed or altered between 1973 and 19 May 1984, clearance of the motor fuel dispenser must be at least 4.5 m. A dispenser installed before 1973 need not be relocated or may be replaced by another dispenser at the same place if the dispenser has the same number of dispensing hoses and dispenses the same number of products.
(3) A dispenser installed before 11 July 1991 need not be relocated or may be replaced by another dispenser at the same place if the dispenser has the same number of dispensing hoses and dispenses the same number of products.
In addition, clearances must be increased, if necessary, so that any vehicle to be fuelled from that dispenser is completely within the property lines of the place where the dispenser is located.
O.C. 221-2007, s. 1.