2006 New York Code - Stoves And Ranges.
* § 27-4278 Stoves and ranges. No stove, range, oven or other heating device which is fueled directly, including those using gas or electricity as fuel, and which is used for processing combustible fabrics with flammable mixtures or combustible mixtures having a flash point of less than one hundred twenty-five degrees Fahrenheit as determined by a Tagliabue open cup tester, shall be maintained or installed hereafter in a non-fireproof building except on the top story of such building unless such building is provided with an approved automatic sprinkler system throughout. * NB Amended L.L. 80/85 § 14, language juxtaposed per Ch. 907/85 § 14
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