Section 4104.41 | Power or process piping definitions.
(A) "Building services piping" means piping systems and their component parts that are part of a building system and that promote the safe, sanitary, and energy efficient occupancy of a building. "Building services piping" includes, but is not limited to, cold and hot potable water distribution for plumbing fixtures; sanitary lines leading from plumbing fixtures; nonflammable medical gas systems; medical oxygen systems; medical vacuum systems; fire protection piping systems and compressed air in dry systems; refrigeration, chilled water, condenser, cooling tower water, brine, and water/antifreeze systems; steam, steam condensate, and hot water piping systems; heating and cooling piping systems; and fuel oil piping and fuel gas piping for heating, cooling, and cooking applications.
(B) "Power piping" means piping systems and their component parts, that are not building services piping systems, and that may be installed within electric power generating stations, industrial and institutional plants, utility geothermal heating systems, and central and district heating and cooling systems. "Power piping" includes, but is not limited to, piping used in the distribution of plant and process steam at boiler pressures greater than fifteen pounds per square inch gauge, high temperature water piping from high pressure and high temperature boilers, power boiler steam condensate piping, high pressure and high temperature water condensate piping, and compressed air and hydraulic piping upstream of the first stop valve off a system distribution header.
(C) "Process piping" means piping systems and their component parts, that are not building services or power piping systems, and that may be installed in petroleum refineries, chemical, pharmaceutical, textile, paper, semiconductor, and cryogenic plants, and related processing plants and terminals.
Available Versions of this Section
- November 5, 2004 – House Bill 183 - 125th General Assembly [ View November 5, 2004 Version ]