How do you make material not flammable?
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Flammable means capable of being readily or easily ignited. Flammable LIQUIDS are defined as those that give off ignitable vapors at temperatures of less than 100 degrees F. G…asoline would be an example of a flammable liquid- but diesel fuel must be warmer than 100 degrees F to give off ignitable vapor (temps are at standard air pressures, of course)
what is a flashpoint The temperature at which a substance gives off an ignitable vaporis the flash point. If the flash point is under 100 degrees F, itis a flammable (gasolin…e). If it is over 100, it is a combustible(diesel fuel). Flash point is NOT the ignition temperature.
A flammable material has a lower flash point (100F or below) while a combustible material has a flash point of 100F or HIGHER. In other words, it's a lot easier for a flammabl…e material to catch fire than a combustible one because of the minimal amount of energy (heat) required to get it going versus the higher requirement of a combustible material.
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It means the material is easy to be burnt and should be kept away from fire.
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One example of a material that is a flammable solid under definitions used by transportation agencies, would be sodium metal
gas cylinders , geysers , electric circuits are some domestic material which are flammable.
No specific element makes anything flammable, as many elements can result in fire or an explosion; many can be safe when used one way and dangerous in another. The only elemen…t necessary for a flammable object to ignite is oxygen.
A flammable solid that is sufficiently flammable to meet the test criteria, is classified as being a Division 4.1 material. Many solids that will burn, saw dust for example…, nevertheless do not meet the definition of Division 4.1.
what are the safe ways of handling hot objects and flameblematerials
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This is a strange one. Flammable materials can burn. Corrosive materials can dissolve other materials. A material can be both flammable and corrosive. Alcohols are an examp…le.