What is meant by flash point and pour point?
Flash point is the temperature at which a combustible material begins to give off enough vapors that it can be ignited with a spark. Pour point is the temperature at which a viscous fluid will flow easily, primarily used to indicate the ability to pump the fluid.
its flash point is around -71.4 degree celcius i would say its pour point would be anywhere between -100 and -185 xD
Ethanol: Flash point is 13 °C Propanol: Flash point is 22 °C Hexanol: Flash point is 59 °C Vegetable oil: Flash point is 327 °C
What is the flash point for paints
THC has a flash point of 212.7 °C
Flash point of canola is approx. 425oC
Will Raise the flash point !
The term flash point is not adequate for oxygen
The flash point of JP5 is 60 oC.
The flash point of ethylamine is -37 0C.
The flash-point of gasoline is -47 degrees
What is the flash point of 1/2" osb
The flash point of asphalt is over 200 oC.
Yes diesel fuel has flash & fire point.
flash point of petrol is > -45 degree celsius flash point of diesel is 52-95 degree celsius
Flash point is the temperature at which a flash will occur across the face of a liquid and go out. Fire point is the temperature at which a flash will occur above the liquid and the resultant fire will continue to burn.
pour point helps to determine the least limit of flow and helps in transportation of oils.
The flash point of natural gas is 500 F
The flash point in WW1 was the assassination of Francis Ferdinand.
Refer to the related link for a Wikipedia article on flash point.
The duration of Flash Point - film - is 1.47 hours.
The flash point is 30 oC-50oC The melting point is -50 oC to -60 oC.
the same flash point of ethanol 55 degrees..
It means the product can be ignited. Flash point is the lowest temperature at which ignition can occur.
The flash point of asphalt is very variable: from 30oC to 125 oC.
All fuel oils have a flash point of 490F (254C). Distillate fuels have lower flash points.
Flash point of min. 60 °C (140 °F).
If the fuel is burning the flash point has already been reached.
Each lubricant has a specific flash point; read the technical specifications for the lubricant.
It means- Thank you for the flash, you are very pretty.
freezing point is that temperature at which a material chage its state from liquid to solid but when we talk about fuels, all the components have their freezing point for a whole feul we call it pour point.
The flash point can be used to determine the transportation and storage temperature requirements for lubricants.
when the liquid remain close in thwe container ,it will having better flash point
The flash point of kerosene is between 37 and 65 °C (100-150 °F)
Flash Point - film - was created on 2007-08-09.
The definition of pour point is the lowest temperature at which a liquid begins to turn into a solid, so much so that it can no longer flow.
When gas flashes it should be arrested for indecent exposure. This happened to me once. It was a nasty point of my life. The above answer is silly! The flash point of a volatile liquid is the lowest temperature at which it can vaporize to form an ignitable mixture in air. Measuring a liquid's flash point requires an ignition source. At the flash point, the vapor may cease to burn when the source of ignition… Read More
The flash point of wood is 572 degrees Fahrenheit or 300 degrees Celcius or 573.15 Kelvin
Removing lighter components (such as naphtha/gasoline) will increase the flash point of diesel.
It depends on the substance. Yes, all flammable substances have a "flash-point". Every substance has a different flash point expressed in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. If the temperature is below the flash point you will not be able to ignite it. And the higher the temp above the flash-point the more readily it will burn.
The flash point of kerosenes is between 35 0C and 65 0C. The autoignition point of kerosenes is 220 0C.
Normally Liquids only have flash points......In some cases, flash point also can be determined for solids, its value depends on type of solid.
Abel's flash-point apparatus is a petroleum-testing apparatus for determining the flash-point. It is used for the purpose of determining the flammable point of a number of petroleum products. This apparatus is suitable for determining the close cup flash point of petroleum and mixtur
In a Nut Shell For any flammable liquid, its vapor pressure maximizes with increase in temperature. Flash point is the lowest point at which the vapors of a liquid ignite but stops on removal of an ignition source. Fire Point or ignition point is basically a point above the flash point at which burning will continue on removal of the ignition source
Smoke point: reaching this temperature the oil support a thermal dissociation (and degradation) process: formation of glycerol and fatty acids, acrolein, etc. A great smoke point is a quality for an edible oil. Flash point: temperature of combustion; the flash point is of course greater than the smoke point.
The "Pour Point" of engine oil is about -44ºF.
Flash point means nothing but the amount of heat it takes to make the Gasoline or Diesel combust
The CST (centistoke) is a measure of viscosity. IFO 180 fuel oil contains less than 3.5 percent sulfur with a flash point of greater than 60C. The pour point is at 30C maximum year round.
Smoke point it is used to determine the burning quality of petroleum product while Flash point it is used to know the temperature at which petroleum fire out break.
The pour point is the lowest temperature at which the fuel will flow. Pour point depressant will allow fuel to be used at a lower temperature without problems. Fuel oil must be pumped before it is used and if the viscosity is too high the oil will not flow easily. Pour point depressant might also allow fuel oil to be stored at a lower temperature thus saving some energy that would normally be used to… Read More
At a defined temperature a liquid become semisolid and doesn't easily flow: this is the pour point. This is important to establish the temperature range in which this material can be used.