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ignitability

The ease with which ignition of a material can be initiated.
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Still bottom samples were determined to be state-only dangerous wastes and 56% exhibited the federal characteristic of ignitability.
A slight improvement in ignitability under forced ignition was found when TPPMMT was used, but counterbalanced by adding CP.
The nonwovens camp finds the EPA's inequitable disposal requirements between the wipes and towels questionable, since contaminants possessing the hazardous characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity or toxicity must be disposed of according to guidelines set under RCRA, regardless of the wipe style.
Solid waste produced in homes frequently contains materials which display the characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity.
2) Other variables, such as ignitability, flame-spread rate, or toxic-gas production, turn-out to be either less important or correlated to the heat release rate of the product.
Flammability is the behavior of a material when that material is exposed to a fire environment and it burns; flammability can measure ignitability, burning rate, heat evolution, smoke products, products of combustion and endurance of burning.
The unit also measures smoke emission, soot mass, toxic gases, ignitability, heat of combustion and mass-loss rate.
When choosing spark plugs, Memmolo suggests buying plugs that provide better overall ignitability and durability.
Essentially, commercial waste generators must determine if their wastes exhibit any hazardous characteristic including ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity or toxicity or are contaminated with any of the so-called "listed" hazardous constituents included on a lengthy list of chemicals in the RCRA regulation.
The four characteristics are ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity.
com/ ), the leading nationally certified provider of outsourced analytical laboratory, air emissions, and indoor air quality testing services, show that the NanoScintillation System was qualified as non- hazardous waste by virtue of passing tests for Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) Extraction by EPA 1311, TCLP for Volatile Organic Compounds by EPA Method 1311/8260B, TCLP for Semi-volatile Organic Compounds by EPA Method 1311/8270C, TCLP for Metals by 6000/7000 Series Methods, Reactivity, pH, and Ignitability as specified in Subpart C of 40 CFR Part 261.
In addition, any nonwovens facility that generates waste that is specifically listed as hazardous under the Federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) or exhibits characteristics of ignitability, reactivity, corrosivity or toxicity would be affected by these proposed guidelines as well.