SJUAPCD RULE 4624 ORGANIC LIQUID LOADING
LAST REVISED 12/17/92



RULE 4624 - ORGANIC LIQUID LOADING

(Adopted April 11, 1991, Amended September 19, 1991, Amended December 17, 1992)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to limit VOC emissions from organic liquid loading by limiting the vapor pressure and storage temperature.

2.0 Applicability

This rule shall apply to organic liquid loading facilities as defined in this rule which load 4000 gallons or more in any one day. This rule does not apply to gasoline bulk plants subject to the requirements of Rule 4621 (Gasoline Transfer into Stationary Storage Containers, Gasoline Delivery Vessels and Gasoline Bulk Plants).

3.0 Definitions

4.0 Exemptions

5.0 Requirements

COUNTY ORIGINAL EFFECTIVE DATE
Fresno October 22, 1985
Kern August 27, 1984
Kings, Madera, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, or Tulare April 11, 1991



6.0 Administrative Requirements

7.0 Compliance Schedule

Table 1

STORAGE TEMPERATURE VERSUS VAPOR PRESSURE

ORGANIC LIQUID Reference Properties Maximum Temp F

Not to Exceed

Gravity

API

IBP

F

0.5 (psia) 1.5 (psia)
Middle Distillates
Kerosene 42.5 350 195 250
Diesel 36.4 372 230 290
Gas Oil 26.2 390 249 310
Stove Oil 23 421 275 340
Jet Fuels
JP-1 43.1 330 165 230
JP-3 54.7 110 --- 25
JP-4 51.5 150 20 68
JP-5 39.6 355 205 260
JP-7 44-50 360 205 260
Fuel Oil
No. 1 42.5 350 195 250
No. 2 36.4 372 230 290
No. 3 26.2 390 249 310
No. 4 23 421 275 340
No. 5 19.9 560 380 465
Residual 19.27 --- 405 ---
No. 6 16.2 625 450 ---
Asphalts
60-100 pen. --- --- 490 550
120-150 pen. --- --- 450 500
200-300 pen. --- --- 360 420



IBP = Initial Boiling Point