SCF stands for standard cubic foot. The interesting thing is that it is defined at 60 deg. F., not 25 deg. C. Dan Crowl Michigan Tech University List Moderator wrote: > From: "Margaret Rakas"
> Date: August 7, 2008 12:06:12 PM EDT (CA) > Subject: [DCHAS-L] > > > Hi, > > I am reading through NFPA 45, 2004 ed, Section 126.96.36.199 and in their > discussion of allowed cylinder volumes in laboratory spaces, have run > into the unit "SCF". I cannot find a definition anywhere..can anyone > enlighten me? > > Many thanks, > Margaret > > > Margaret A. Rakas, Ph.D. > Manager, Inventory & Regulatory Affairs > Clark Science Center > Smith College > Northampton, MA. 01063 > p: 413-585-3877 > f: 413-585-3786
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