Flammable

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Flammability Limit
... Flammability limits, also called flammable limits, give the proportion of combustible gases in a mixture, between which limits this mixture is flammable ... consisting of combustible, oxidizing, and inert gases are only flammable under certain conditions ... The lower flammable limit (LFL) describes the leanest mixture that still sustains a flame, i.e ...
Self Accelerating Decomposition Temperature - Results of Self-accelerating Decomposition
... Some, but not all, of these gases may be flammable ... gaseous decomposition product for diacyl peroxides and peresters that is not flammable ... organic fragments such as methane or acetone which are flammable ...
GHS Hazard Pictograms - Physical Hazards
... and mixtures, types A, B Organic peroxides, types A, B Explosive Usage Flammable gases, category 1 Flammable aerosols, categories 1, 2 Flammable liquids, categories 1, 2, 3 Flammable solids ...
Liability For Defective Products Act 1991 - Liability For Defective Products Act, 1991 - Defects - Warning Labels
... labels on products (mostly in connection with flammable clothing.) While developed in the context of negligence, they seem likely to inform future court judgments in terms of what constitutes ... v Marks and Spencers, a producer of a flammable garment, need only give a basic warning ... The warning clearly indicates that the garment is made of flammable material - otherwise there would be no need for the warning." ...
Fire Classes - Flammable Liquid and Gas
... These are fires whose fuel is flammable or combustible liquid or gas ... In the European/Australian system, flammable liquids are designated "Class B", while burning gases are separately designated "Class C" ... fires, except that the fuel in question is a flammable liquid such as gasoline, or gas such as natural gas ...