|(a) In order to determine the safety of a container,
LP-Gas Operations may request the manufacturer's data report on that
container. LP-Gas Operations may also request that containers and
assemblies be examined by a Category 15, 20, or 50 licensee equipped
for and experienced in the testing of LNG containers and equipment.
The Category 15, 20, or 50 licensee shall file a comprehensive report
on its findings with LP-Gas Operations. This requirement may be applied
even though an acceptable LNG Form 2023 is on file with LP-Gas Operations.
(b) Any stationary LNG container previously in LNG
service which has not been subject to continuous LNG pressure or inert
gas pressure shall be inspected by a currently licensed Category 15,
20, or 50 licensee to determine if the container shall be leak-tested
or re-certified. A copy of the inspector's written report shall be
filed with LP-Gas Operations. The container shall not be used until
LP-Gas Operations grants approval.
(c) Any stationary LNG container which has been subject
to continuous LNG or inert gas pressure need not be tested prior to
installation provided an acceptable LNG Form 2023 is filed with LP-Gas
Operations when LNG Form 2500 is submitted for any facility requiring
submission of plans and specifications.
(d) When installed for use, containers shall not be
stacked one upon another except when designed by the manufacturer