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inflammability

[in‚flam·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
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Last week, one more hurdle was crossed, when selectmen granted a storage tank license for flammable liquids.
Browning pointed out that the 6,000 gallons of propane falls well within the 10,000-gallon threshold before a license is required, but said the total of all flammable liquids at the store will exceed that threshold.
Remember hitting a steel pail with a steel hammer can cause a spark and should never happen with flammable materials.
In the case of flammable coatings, it prevents the flammable vapors from escaping the container and prevents the coat from leaking out if the container turns over in transport.
Rags soiled with flammable liquids that are left on the floor may ignite through spontaneous combustion under the right circumstances.
But add flammable manzanita and bitterbrush to that mix, and you have the ingredients for a bona fide disaster.
* The Forest Service logged a half-mile-long parcel of flammable conifers south of town, removed dead spruce from a number of inholdings along the nearby Russian River and around an 84-unit campground, and gave away 2,000 Scotch pines to replace blighted spruces.
Most paint products, such as paint thinner and mineral spirits are also highly flammable. Many automotive fluids are flammable, and so are many products used in wood finishing.
Flammable liquids and compressed fuel gas, such as propane, really complicate structure fires.
Fire rated safety storage cabinets for storing flammable liquids are perfect for locations where extended evacuation times are critical such as open space laboratories, high risk and remote areas.