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That coal can smolder even when the air contains only 2 percent oxygen, about one-tenth the concentration in the atmosphere.
Each of these new products exhibits outstanding scorch resistance, minimal effect upon foam processing, physical properties and cigarette smolder as well as a favorable environmental profile.
Smith and his colleagues studied the charcoal-making process in Kenya, where the fuel is made in earth-covered mounds that smolder for up to 10 days, and in Brazil, where production takes place in several types of large kilns.
Photoelectric smoke alarms are generally more effective at detecting slow, smoldering fires - fires which smolder for hours before bursting into flame.
By Yash Mudgal/Doha Harrie Smolders of the Netherlands won the first 5* Class 1.