Ignitable Liquid Storage in Portable Containers

  • 11 Apr 2016
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Monterey Hill Restaurant, 3700 Ramona Blvd., Monterey Park, CA 91754

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Topic

This talk will focus on the protection of water miscible ignitable liquids in small plastic or glass containers, in palletized or rack storage arrangements, as outlined in FM Global Property Loss Prevention Data Sheet (DS) 7-29, Ignitable Liquid Storage in Portable Containers. We will look at some background regarding the development of these protection options, and fire test videos that demonstrate the basis of the protection recommendations in the data sheet. The primary application of this presentation is regarding storage of distilled spirits in small glass and plastic containers, including how and why protection options might differ for plastic vs. glass.  


Schedule

11:30AM: Networking 

12:00PM: Introductions and lunch

12:30PM:  Presentation 

1:30PM:  Conclusion of Meeting 

Speaker 

Harris Crozier 

Summary

This talk will focus on the protection of water miscible ignitable liquids in small plastic or glass containers, in palletized or rack storage arrangements, as outlined in FM Global Property Loss Prevention Data Sheet (DS) 7-29, Ignitable Liquid Storage in Portable Containers. We will look at some background regarding the development of these protection options, and fire test videos that demonstrate the basis of the protection recommendations in the data sheet. The primary application of this presentation is regarding storage of distilled spirits in small glass and plastic containers, including how and why protection options might differ for plastic vs. glass.  

Bio

Harris Crozier is an Account Engineer at FM Global. He graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. He began working at FM Global in the summer of 2013 as a Field Engineer, before recently moving into his current role. During his time at FM Global, he has worked with many different clients involved in a wide range of businesses and occupancies, including warehousing, real estate, electronic assembly, and machine shop manufacturing.





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