WAC 296-52-69110: Table H-21—Quantity and distance table for separation between magazines

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Table H-21—Quantity and distance table for separation between magazines.











Note:
This table applies to the permanent storage of commercial explosives only. It does not apply to:

 
• Explosives handling

 
• Explosives transportation

 
• Temporary storage of explosives

 
• Bombs, projectiles, or other heavily encased explosives

Magazines containing detonators and electric detonators must be separated from:
(1) Other magazines with similar contents.
OR
(2) Magazines containing explosives.

Note:
Definitions of barricade including artificial and natural barricade can be found in WAC 296-52-60130, Definitions.

Table H-21

QUANTITY AND DISTANCE
TABLE FOR SEPARATION
BETWEEN MAGAZINES
CONTAINING EXPLOSIVES

Separation Distance
in Feet Between
Magazines


Pounds Over Pounds Not Over
Not
Barricaded
Barricaded

2   5   12   6  

5   10   16   8  

10   20   20   10  

20   30   22   11  

30   40   24   12  

40   50   28   14  

50   75   30   15  

75   100   32   16  

100   125   36   18  

125   150   38   19  

150   200   42   21  

200   250   46   23  

250   300   48   24  

300   400   54   27  

400   500   58   29  

500   600   62   31  

600   700   64   32  

700   800   66   33  

800   900   70   35  

900   1,000   72   36  

1,000   1,200   78   39  

1,200   1,400   82   41  

1,400   1,600   86   43  

1,600   1,800   88   44  

1,800   2,000   90   45  

2,000   2,500   98   49  

2,500   3,000   104   52  

3,000   4,000   116   58  

4,000   5,000   122   61  

5,000   6,000   130   65  

6,000   7,000   136   68  

7,000   8,000   144   72  

8,000   9,000   150   75  

9,000   10,000   156   78  

10,000   12,000   164   82  

12,000   14,000   174   87  

14,000   16,000   180   90  

16,000   18,000   188   94  

18,000   20,000   196   98  

20,000   25,000   210   105  

25,000   30,000   224   112  

30,000   35,000   238   119  

35,000   40,000   248   124  

40,000   45,000   258   129  

45,000   50,000   270   135  

50,000   55,000   280   140  

55,000   60,000   290   145  

60,000   65,000   300   150  

65,000   70,000   310   155  

70,000   75,000   320   160  

75,000   80,000   330   165  

80,000   85,000   340   170  

85,000   90,000   350   175  

90,000   95,000   360   180  

95,000   100,000   370   185  

100,000   110,000   380   195  

110,000   120,000   410   205  

120,000   130,000   430   215  

130,000   140,000   450   225  

140,000   150,000   470   235  

150,000   160,000   490   245  

160,000   170,000   510   255  

170,000   180,000   530   265  

180,000   190,000   550   275  

190,000   200,000   570   285  

200,000   210,000   590   295  

210,000   230,000   630   315  

230,000   250,000   670   335  

250,000   275,000   720   360  

275,000   300,000   770   385  

Note:
With site-specific department approval, a stand of mature timber may qualify as a natural barricade. The timber must be dense enough so the area requiring protection cannot be seen from the magazine when the trees are bare of leaves.

[Statutory Authority: RCW 49.17.010, [49.17].040, and [49.17].050. WSR 02-03-125, § 296-52-69110, filed 1/23/02, effective 3/1/02.]
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