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  1. Canada Oil and Gas Installations Regulations - SOR/96-118 (Section 23)
    •  (1) In this section,

      class A-60 division

      class A-60 division means a division formed by a bulkhead or deck that is

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      • (c) insulated with non-combustible materials so that, if either side is exposed to a standard fire test, after 60 minutes the average temperature on the unexposed face will not increase by more than 139°C above the initial temperature and the temperature at any point on the unexposed face, including any joint, will not increase by more than 180°C above the initial temperature; (cloisonnement de classe A-60)

      class B-15 division

      class B-15 division means a division formed by a bulkhead, ceiling or lining that is

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      • (c) insulated so that if either face is exposed to the first 30 minute period of a standard fire test, the average temperature on the unexposed face will not increase at any time during the first 15 minutes of the test by more than 139°C above that initial temperature, and the temperature at any point on the unexposed face, including any joint, will not increase by more than 225°C above the initial temperature after exposure for 15 minutes; (cloisonnement de classe B-15)

      class H-120 division

      class H-120 division means a division formed by a bulkhead or deck that is

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      • (c) insulated with non-combustible material so that, if either face is exposed to a hydrocarbon fire test, after 120 minutes the average temperature on the unexposed face will not increase by more than 139°C above the initial temperature, and the temperature at any point on the unexposed face, including any joint, will not increase by more than 180°C above the initial temperature; (cloisonnement de classe H-120)

      hydrocarbon fire test

      hydrocarbon fire test means a test in which a specimen division, which division resembles as closely as possible the intended construction of the division, includes, where appropriate, at least one joint and has an exposed surface of not less than 4.65 m2 and a height or a length of not less than 2.44 m, is exposed in a test furnace to temperatures corresponding approximately to a time-temperature relationship defined by a smooth curve drawn through the following temperature points measured above the initial furnace temperature, namely,

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  2. Canada Oil and Gas Installations Regulations - SOR/96-118 (Section 14)
    •  (1) Every installation shall be designed, constructed, equipped and insulated to ensure that, at the minimum air temperature that may occur at the drill site or production site during operations, based on an annual probability of exceedance of 10-2,

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      • (g) in the case of a mobile offshore platform,

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        • (ii) the proper functioning of any thrusters is not impaired and the hydraulic fluid and lubricants for the thrusters have properties designed for such a temperature, and

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    • (4) Where temperatures below -20°C may occur, based on an annual probability of exceedance of 10-2, at the drill site or production site more than one day per year and where the installation is equipped with steam-generating equipment, or an equivalent means, required by subsection (2),

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  3. Canada Oil and Gas Installations Regulations - SOR/96-118 (Section 13)
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    • (5) Subject to subsection (13), the fuel supply system for every diesel engine shall be equipped with a manual shut-off device and, except for the emergency source of electrical power required by section 12, with a device that will automatically shut off the fuel supply if any of the following occur:

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      • (b) high exhaust temperature;

      • (c) high cooling water temperature; or


  4. Canada Oil and Gas Installations Regulations - SOR/96-118 (Section 28)
    •  (1) On every offshore installation, a fixed fire- extinguishing system utilizing carbon dioxide, pressure water spray or, where a fire will not involve any gases, liquefied gases with a boiling point below ambient temperature or cryogenic liquids, high expansion foam shall be installed in every space containing

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  5. Canada Oil and Gas Installations Regulations - SOR/96-118 (Section 37)
    •  (1) Every installation and every component of an installation shall be designed in accordance with good engineering practice, taking into account

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      • (c) operating and ambient temperatures;



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