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NFPA 855 : 2020

Superseded

Superseded

A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

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Standard for the Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems

Available format(s)

Hardcopy

Superseded date

09-20-2022

Language(s)

English

Published date

01-01-2020

NFPA®855 Standard for the Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems, 2020 Edition Chapter 1 Administration 1.1 Scope. (Reserved) 1.2 Purpose. 1.3 Application. 1.4 Retroactivity. 1.5 Equivalency. 1.6 Units and Formulas. Chapter 2 Referenced Publications 2.1 General. 2.2 NFPA Publications. 2.3 Other Publications. 2.4 References for Extracts in Mandatory Sections.Chapter 3 Definitions 3.1 General. 3.2 NFPA Official Definitions. 3.3 General Definitions. Chapter 4 Aircraft Rescue and Fire-Fighting Vehicles 4.1 General. 4.2 Equipment. 4.3 Installation. 4.4 Location. 4.5 Mobile ESS Equipment and Operations. 4.6 Size and Separation. 4.7 Occupied Work Centers. 4.8 Maximum Stored Energy. 4.9 Exhaust Ventilation. 4.10 Smoke and Fire Detection. 4.11 Fire Control and Suppression. 4.12 Explosion Control. 4.13 Water Supply. 4.14 Spill Control. 4.15 Neutralization. 4.16 Remediation Measures.Chapter 5 System Interconnections 5.1 General. 5.2 Disconnecting Means. 5.3 Nonelectrical Systems. 5.4 Communication Systems. 5.5 Support Systems. Chapter 6 Commissioning 6.1 System Commissioning. 6.2 Issues and Resolutions Documentation. (Reserved) 6.3 Operations and Maintenance Documentation. 6.4 Recommissioning of Existing Systems. Chapter 7 Operation and Maintenance 7.1 System Operation. 7.2 System Maintenance. 7.3 System Testing. Chapter 8 Decommissioning 8.1 Decommissioning Plan. 8.2 Decommissioning Process. 8.3 Decommissioning Report. Chapter 9 Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems9.1 Application. 9.2 General. 9.3 Thermal Runaway Protection. 9.4 Safety Caps. Chapter 10 Capacitor Energy Storage Systems 10.1 Application. 10.2 Protection Features. 10.3 Thermal Runaway Protection. 10.4 Safety Caps. Chapter 11 Fuel Cell Energy Storage Systems 11.1 Installation and Maintenance. 11.2 Fuel-Cell-Powered Vehicle Use. Chapter 12 Superconducting Magnet Energy Storage (Reserved) Chapter 13 Flywheel (Reserved) Chapter 14 Storage of Used or Off-Specification Batteries 14.1 Collection Locations. 14.2 System Maintenance. 14.3 Mercantile, Vehicle Repair, Aircraft Repair, and Laboratory Occupancy Battery Collection and Storage Locations. 14.4 Indoor Storage. 14.5 Outdoor Storage Location. Chapter 15 One- and Two-Family Dwellings and Townhouse Units 15.1 General. 15.2 Equipment Listings. 15.3 Installation. 15.4 Commissioning. 15.5 ESS Spacing. 15.6 Location. 15.7 Energy Ratings. 15.8 Electrical Installation. 15.9 Fire Detection. 15.10 Protection from Impact. 15.11 Exhaust Ventilation. 15.12 Toxic and Highly Toxic Gas. 15.13 Electric Vehicle Use. Annex A Explanatory Material Annex B Battery Energy Storage System Hazards Annex C Fire-Fighting Considerations (Operations) Annex D Overview of Energy Storage Systems Technologies Annex E Permits, Inspections, Approvals, and Connections Annex F Fire and Building Codes — A Short History on Stationary Storage Battery Systems Annex G Informational References




This standard provides the minimum requirements for mitigating the hazards associated with ESS.

DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
978-145592388-5
Pages
66
ProductNote
THIS STANDARD ALSO REFERS TO PRC-005
PublisherName
National Fire Protection Association
Status
Superseded
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