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Search Explore FORM G(See rules 50, 51 and 54)‘Licence to dispense compressed natural gas in a CNG dispensing stationas automotive

fuel’ Licence No…………………………………………… Fee Rs………………..Licence is hereby granted to …………………………….…………………………..…………………………valid only for filling compressed natural gas in On board CNG cylindersof vehicle as automotive fuel in the licensed premises described below, subject to the provisionsof the Explosives Act, 1884 (4 of 1884) and the Gas Cylinders Rules, 2004 made there-under andto the conditions of this licence.The licence shall remain in force up to 30 th day of September, 20…..The ………………. 20………………. Chief Controller of Explosives Description and Location of the Licensed Premises The licensed premises, the layout boundaries and other particulars of which are shown inthe attached approved plan No…………… dated …… are situatedat………….…………….………………………………………………………………………… (Survey No / Plot number) (Name of street) (Village or town) (Police Station) (District)and consist of (i) ……… number of cascades each containing ….. No. of cylinders with totalwater capacity of …… KL (ii)……. number of compressors (iii) …….number of dispensers and(iv) other facilities …… …………………………………………. Space for Endorsement of Renewals This licence should be renewablewithout any concession in fee for tenyears in the absence of contraventionsof Explosives Act, 1884 or GasCylinders Rules, 2004, framed thereunder or of the conditions of the thislicence.Date of renewalDate of expirySignature and officestamp of the licensingauthorityThis licence is liable to be cancelled if the licensed premises are not found conforming thedescription and conditions attached thereto and contravention of any of the rules and conditionsunder which this licence is granted and the holder of this licence is also punishable withimprisonment for the term which may extend to two years, or with fine which may extend to threethousand rupees, or with both. CONDITIONS 1. The licensed premises shall be used only for the purpose and facilities it is licensed for.2. CNG shall be dispensed only into those cylinders of motor vehicles, which are approvedby the Chief Controller and have passed the periodic statutory tests under these rulesconducted by a testing station recognised by the Chief Controller.3. The CNG cascades, dispensers, compressor, piping, and other fittings shall be of a designsuitable for CNG in conformity to OISD Standard 179.4.

TABLE I INTER DISTANCES From buildings and outer boundaries to gas storage unitsTotal capacity of gas storagecascade units (in liters)Minimum distance from buildings andboundaries (in meters)Up to 4500 2. An area of at least 1 meter around thecascade shall be provided within the shed and the same shall be demarcated either byraised platform or by curb wall. etc.If on the side(s) towards the boundary of the installation. In case.Distancefrom(in meters)CNGCompre-ssorCNG dispensing UnitStoragecascadeOuterboundarywall/ CLF*MS/HSDDispenserVent of MS/HSDu/gstoragetanksFillingpoint of MS/HSD1 CNGcompressor. Inter-distances between various equipments.T-1 T-1(Min-6)T-1(Min-4)-do-4 Outerboundarywall/CLF*3 4 T-1 .Note:-i) . 46 5.6. the same may be reduced to 2 meters provided a 4 H-FRR RCC wall of adequate height and length covering the cylinder cascades is constructed at theboundary and adequate clear space is available on the other side of the wall.3 2 3 6 6 T-1(Min-3)2 CNGdispensingUnit3 .No.0Note:.The storage of the cascade of cylinders should be made in a well-ventilated shed having alight roof or canopy with at least one side open.67 Fillingpoint of MS/HSDT-1(Min-3)*CLF Chain Ling Fencing. TABLE II Inter distances between various facilities in the CNG fueling stationSl.010000 to 100000 10.2 4 6 4 -do-3 Storagecascade2 2 . the same shall be made totally immovable by suitable applicationof brakes and chokes.6 -do-6 Vent of MS/HSDu/g storagetanks6 4 T-1(Min-4)4 6 .6 4 -do-5 MS/HSDDispenser6 6 T-1(Min-6)6 . dispensers. installed inCNG dispensing station shall observe safety distances as per Table I & II. storage cascades. the clearance as above is notavailable. the cylinder cascade is mounted on LCV (LightCommercial Vehicle). No cylinder shall be filled with CNG in excess of the design working pressure.54500 to 10000 4.

ii) Distances shown as ―-― shall be any distance necessary for operationalconvenience.T-I denotes Table-I.iii) A suitable curbing platform shall be provided at the base of the dispensing unit toprevent vehicles from coming too near the unit.iv) A CNG cascade having cylinders of total water capacity not exceeding 4500 literscan be mounted on top of the compressor super structure. The assembly shall 47 .

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.7. The dispenser for dispensing CNG shall be of a type approved by the Chief Controller. No motor vehicle shall be fueled while the engine is running and. shall be displayed at dispensing stationand compressor areas prominently. ―FLAMMABLE GAS‖.10.11. The vehicle shall have approved type of CNG kit fitted in accordance with guidelines of Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.8.observe 3-meter clearance around and also from the dispensing unit. where the vehicle islicensed for the conveyance of more than six passengers on hire. Govt. ―NO SMOKING‖. Warning signs with the words ―STOP VEHICLE‖. while any passengerremains in the vehicle. This can bereduced to 2 meter as per Note-(i) of Table – I. ―NO OPENFLAME PERMITTED‖.9. of India.

. Free access to the licensed premises shall be given at all reasonable time to any of theofficers listed in Rule 71 and every facility shall be afforded to such officer forascertaining that the rules and the conditions of this licence are duly observed. in the opinion of such authority.18. fire. source of fire.15. police and the principalmarketing company and emergency instructions shall be conspicuously displayed in thelicensed premises.E-mailexplosives@explosives. No alterations or additions shall be carried out to the premises without prior approval of the licensing authority.gov. Controller. M. maintenance and hazards of CNG and the risk associated with the handling of the product. If the licensing authority calls upon the holder of a licence by a notice in writing toexecute any repairs in the licensed premises which are. Nagpur. Every person managing or employed on or in connection with the licensed premises shallabstain from any act whatsoever which tends to cause fire or explosion and which is notreasonably necessary and to the best of his ability. .17.All electrical fittings and equipment such as compressors. District Magistrate and the Officer-in-Charge of the nearest Police Station by quickest mode of communication. shall prevent any other person fromdoing such act.5 Kg CO 2 per 25 Sq. starters.14. procedures. Any accident. mobile phones or any other implementscapable of igniting flammable vapour or gas shall not be allowed inside the premises. The emergency telephone numbers of local fire service.13.20.19. naked lights. Smoking. The operators and attendants shall be fully conversant and trained with all the facets of the dispensing activities including operations. switches.in). lamps. the holder of the licence shall execute the repairswithin such period as may be specified in the notice.necessary for the safety of the premises. explosion or untoward incident occurred within the licensed premisesshall be immediately reported to the Chief Controller (Gram : ―EXPLOSIVES’. motors. floor area16. The licensee shall provide at the licensed premises the fire fighting facilities at least asper the following scale at different locations:Location Type of extinguishers Dispensing Unit 1x10 Kg DCPCompressor (Online) 1x10 Kg DCP(mother station ) 1x70 Kg DCPCNG storage 1x10 Kg DCPCascade refuelling area 1x10 Kg DCPMCC/Electrical installation 1x4. etc.12.installed in the premises used for compressing and filling of CNG shall be of flameproof construction conforming to IS:2148 or such other specification as approved by the CCE.

4.(e) Cylinders transported in vehicles shall be blocked or braced and be so secured to preventmovement. (b) Where any such operation is carried on by means of a crane or a fork-lift truck. striking each other or falling down. aproper cradle with chains or wire rope slings shall be used.(c) There shall be no sharp projections on the inside of the vehicle. 2. DA cylinders not exceeding 25in numbers may be transported along with non-toxic non-flammable gases taking dueprecautions. Protection of valves during transport: — (a) Every cylinder containing compressed gas shall. Restriction on transport: — (a) Cylinders containing flammable gases shall not be transported along with the cylinderscontaining any other type of compressed gas:(b) Cylinders containing toxic or corrosive gas shall not be transported along with food-stuffs.(b) . Loading and unloading for transport: — (a) No lifting magnet shall be used in loading or unloading of cylinders filled with anycompressed gas.(f) Cylinders filled with any compressed gas shall not be transported along with any otherarticle of a highly flammable or corrosive nature. excessive shocks or local stresses.(d) Cylinders shall be adequately secured to prevent their falling off the vehicle and beingsubjected to rough handling. have its valveprotected against damage in the manner provided in sub-rules (b) and (c) unless it issecurely packed in a box or crate. 3.(b) Cylinders shall be so transported as not to project in the horizontal plane beyond the sidesor ends of the vehicle by which they are transported.Notwithstanding anything contained in clause (a) above.48 SCHEDULE VI (See rule 20) TRANSPORT OF CYLINDERS(1) Transport of cylinders by vehicles: — (a) Cylinders filled with any compressed gas shall not be transported by a bicycle or anyother two wheeled mechanically propelled vehicle. when transported.

3(1)2002-Expl. for necessary advice. shall have their valves protected with gas-tight metal caps orcovers.Where the design of the cylinder does not provide for the valve lying wholly below thelevel of the body of the cylinder. Phosgene. (b) and (c) shall apply to cylinders containing oxygen or nitrousoxide for medical purpose having water capacity not exceeding 5 litres.Cyanogen chloride. which develops a leak during transportshall promptly be removed to an isolated open place away from any source of ignitionand the person responsible for transportation shall immediately contact the filler or theconsignor as the case may be.]ANTHONY de SA.[F.(c) Where metal caps or metal covers are provided.Cyanogen chloride gases. 50 Download 1 Comment Link Embed Zoom of 50 Readcast 0inShare More From This User . Phosgene. 49 5. Cyanogen. a stout metal cap. Leaky cylinders: —(a) No person shall tender or transport any leaky cylinder. Secy.(b) Any cylinder containing a flammable or toxic gas.(d) Cylinders containing highly toxic gases like Hydrogen cyanide. to protect valves fitted to cylinder otherthan those containing highly toxic gases like Hydrogen cyanide. Jt. the design beingsuch that the cap or cover or ring or grill is nowhere in close proximity to any part of thevalve or valve body. No. it shall be provided with a vent of such size so as to prevent any gaspressure inside the cap or covers. Cyanogen.(e) Nothing in sub-rules (a). metal cover or a protective metal ringor grill of a design approved by the Chief Controller shall be provided.

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