7. F7, Flammable Liquid and Corrosive, Alkali.
8. F8, Flammable Solid.
9. V2, Aerosol, Nonflammable.
10. V3, Aerosol, Flammable.
11. V4, DOT Combustible Liquid, OSHA IIIA.
E. Storage Arrangement. Liquids in containers should be stored on pallets or pallet racks
subject to the quantities and height limits prescribed in Title 29 CFR. Storage racks, either
single- or double-row, should be used.
F. References. Additional information may be found in:
1. NFPA standard 231C, Rack Storage of Materials.
2. NFPA standard 30, Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code.
3. Title 29 CFR, section 1910.106.
4.14 DoD Storage Type G: Compressed Gas Cylinder Storage
A. Purpose. The following products should be stored in this area:
1. Filled cylinders containing compressed gases classified by DOT as poison, flammable, or
nonflammable for transportation.
2. Filled cylinders containing compressed gases classified by DOT as poison, flammable, or
nonflammable but having the additional hazard of being oxidizers, corrosives, or poisons.
3. Filled cylinders assigned a DOT hazard classification of flammable liquid, poison, or other
4. New, purged, and clean cylinders that have not been used and that contain a positive
pressure of dry, oil-free air or nitrogen.
5. Previously used but still clean and serviceable cylinders that have been cleaned of all
hazardous materials, purged and charged with a positive pressure of an inert gas (e.g., nitrogen)
or dry, oil-free air.
6. DOT specification 8 and 8AL cylinders classified as new for transportation and storage
purposes. These cylinders contain a porous filler saturated with flammable acetone or a similar
solvent but are not regulated for purposes of transportation and storage. However, they will be
stored in the flammable gas storage area.