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This sample also exhibited the federal characteristic of ignitability (i.
According to an EPA report, solvent inks in a test contained "chemicals with a clear concern for worker risk for both inhalation and dermal exposure routes, presented both flammability and ignitability characteristics, and had high VOC emissions despite the use of oxidizers.
You may need to employ experts on several subjects, including ignitability, flammability, and design of upholstered furniture; warnings; cause and origin; toxicity of combustion by-products; human factors and behavior in fire emergencies; computer fire modeling; fire dynamics; and burn physicians, psychiatrists, and other medical experts.
ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity or toxicity) due to use with solvents or contamination with F001-F005 spent F-listed solvents or comparable P- and U-listed commercial chemical products.
Officers are worried that the items might not comply with fire safety regulations and ask the public to check that covers are flame proof and that filling materials have passed ignitability tests.
Deterrents coat the exterior of the propellant granules to reduce the initial burning rate on the surface as well as to reduce initial flame temperature and ignitability.
The material performance tests included chemical resistance, volatile organic content, permeability, adhesion, weathering, salt spray, ignitability, leachability, aging, compressive strength, and flame spread/smoke development.
EPA has identified four characteristics: ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity.
McCarthy, project manager, Buck, Seifert and Jost, Paramus, New Jersey, considered the environmental regulations and definitions of various materials as solid, liquid, or gas that promotes ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity.
The presence of hydrogen in the lean air-fuel charge enhances the ignitability of the exhaust mixture because of its increased flammability limits and fast flame speed.
The first is an assessment of the ignitability of upholstered furniture using a smouldering cigarette, the second is a test of ignitability using a match flame, equivalent to 15 seconds of ignition.