ignitability


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ignitability

The ease with which ignition of a material can be initiated.
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The ignitability method is based by direct small flame impingement under zero impressed irradiance using vertically oriented test specimens.
The efficiency of the next thermochemical process is enhanced because ignitability and reactivity is improved.
In such cases, and considering the hazardous characteristics of the materials and fluids used, like ignitability, and the explosive and harmful impacts, the risk of major accidents becomes more probable.
As shown in Table 1, applicable categories include the federal characteristics of ignitability (i.e., flash point), corrosivity (i.e., pH), and toxicity (i.e., the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure concentrations of PERC and TCE), and the state-only criteria for toxicity (i.e., fish bioassay) and persistence (i.e., halogenated organic compound [HOC] concentration).
The laboratory's highly qualified and experienced staff perform tests such as thermal conductivity, solar reflectance index, light reflectance value, heavy metals, volatileorganic compounds, ignitability, oxygen index and non-combustibility.
[section][section] 261.20-261.24(a) (defining as hazardous waste solid waste that has the characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity); id.
In order to capture the ignitability component of leaf litter flammabilitywe aimed to achieve a higher ignition frequency than Petriccione et al.
Hazardous material is divided into four subgroups based on their features: toxicity (e.g., barium, cadmium, and chloroform); reactivity (e.g., sulfides and peroxide formers); corrosiveness (acids and bases); and ignitability (e.g., flammable liquid, oxidizers).
Although individual components such as ignitability, combustibility and sustainability can be characterised using field measurements (Gill and Zylstra 2005), the combined measure of flammability is an emergent property that depends on the interaction of these component measures with the environment that they are impacting.
(19) As ultimately determined by EPA, a solid waste becomes a hazardous waste (20) in one of two ways--it may be deemed hazardous because it exhibits certain hazardous characteristics (ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, or toxicity), or it may be deemed hazardous if EPA specifically lists the waste as such.
Code of Federal Regulations, 40 CFR Part 261; and/or 3) exhibit the hazardous waste characteristic of ignitability because of the presence of one or more non-listed solvents.
Ignitability of building products using a radiant heat source].