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Flash point index of trade name liquids

National Fire Protection Association.

Flash point index of trade name liquids

1968.

by National Fire Protection Association.

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Published by NFPA in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flammable liquids.

  • About the Edition

    Lists the flash points of over 7,300 trade name products, including liquids having a flash point (point at which liquids combust) or an Underwriters" Laboratories, Inc. classification.

    Edition Notes

    Art Conservation Department Library.

    Other titlesArt Conservation Department Library
    SeriesIts NFPA no. 325A, NFPA (Series) -- no. 325A.
    ContributionsState University College at Buffalo. Dept. of Art Conservation
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT55.3.H3 N286 1967
    The Physical Object
    Pagination239 p. ;
    Number of Pages239
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22860376M

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    Dec 18,  · Myth - Some Petroleum Liquids do not have Flash Point. Fact - All Petroleum Products do have flash Point. Even Petroleum Solids have Flash Point. An ASTM D standard is for MINIFLASH flash-point is method to determine the flash point of liquids and solids according to the gulfpbc.com: R J Patel. Jun 23,  · Hey guys, I would like to create a mixture out of two liquids with an ideal flash point of around 70ºF. The liquids I have to work with are proof (%) isopropyl alcohol (2-propanol) and aliphatic hydrocarbon mixture (aka hydrotreated petroleum distillates). What I'm looking for is the.

    According to regulatory definitions, flammable liquids and combustible liq uids are those which can undergo combustion under conditions incident to transportation. A flammable liquid preparation is any liquid mixture or compound readied for some kind of use, possibly medicinal, that remains flammable. A material’s tendency to be flammable is characterized using the following factors:Author: Malcolm A. Fox. When the flash-point, determined by a non-equilibrium method in , is found to be 0 ± 2 C, 21 ± 2 C or 55 ± 2 C, it should be confirmed by an equilibrium method using the same apparatus. Only the methods which can give the temperature of the flash-point may be used for a notification.


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Flash point, the lowest temperature at which a liquid (usually a petroleum product) will form a vapour in the air near its surface that will “flash,” or briefly ignite, on exposure to an open flame. The flash point is a general indication of the flammability or combustibility of a liquid.

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