You must make sure PITs originally approved to use gasoline for fuel that are then converted to LPG fuel:
(1) Meet the requirements for LP or LPS designated PITs; and
(2) Are converted using only approved equipment.
LP. Refers to liquefied petroleum gas-powered trucks that, in addition to meeting all the requirements for type G trucks, have minimum acceptable safeguards against inherent fire hazards.
LPS. Refers to liquefied petroleum gas powered trucks that in addition to meeting the requirements for LP type trucks, have additional exhaust, fuel, and electrical systems safeguards.
1. Tables 1, 2, and 3 list the types of PITs and the locations where they can be used safely.
2. The description of the component parts of the conversion system and the recommended method of installation on specific PITs are contained in the "Listed by Report" provided by the testing laboratory.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 49.17.010
, and 49.17.060
. WSR 17-18-075, § 296-863-20040, filed 9/5/17, effective 10/6/17; WSR 04-19-051, § 296-863-20040, filed 9/14/04, effective 2/1/05.]