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to cause to burn or undergo combustion

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Still bottom samples were determined to be state-only dangerous wastes and 56% exhibited the federal characteristic of ignitability.
The ignitability of all of the materials was determined using the time to ignition ([t.
Characteristic means that, if your wastewater possesses any of the stated characteristics of hazardous wastes (such as corrosivity, ignitability, reactivity, toxicity and severe toxicity), it will likely be considered hazardous on that basis alone.
There are four hazardous characteristics: ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity.
Basically, a solid waste is hazardous if it is a "listed" waste by the EPA or if it exhibits one or more of four hazardous characteristics: ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity.
Many printers would be surprised if they had a sample of their fountain solution tested for ignitability.
MSDSs summarize the known toxicity, reactivity, and ignitability data associated with the material.
In addition to the very strict German requirements for underground conveyor belts comprising tests for large gallery, laboratory gallery, propane burner, mine hygiene, electrical resistance, and oxygen index, the self-extinguishing Uniflex [TM] belts meet international safety requirements including tests for drum friction, combustion propagation, ignitability and flame propagation.
In this sense, the high ignitability of diesel fuel makes it suitable to be used for low load operation, requiring excessively high exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) rates as load increases [12].
To validate these mechanism hypotheses, fundamental investigations on the ignitability of pre-ignition sources have been conducted and reported [8, 9, 10].
NaturalFR in third party laboratory testing is said to have passed criteria for a flooring application, including smoke density, heat release rate, ignitability, smoke toxicity, flame spread, and dry and wet slip resistance, and is authorized for use in entrance matting in London underground stations.
HHW is distinguished by four characteristics: ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity, and toxicity (Hall, Davis, Schwartz, Bryson, & McCrum, 1996).
To comply with the domestic appliance standard, the plaque must reach a glow-wire ignitability temperature (GWIT) of at least 775[degrees]C and a glow wire flammability index (GWFI) of at least 850[degrees]C.
The PET grade boasts a 775 C glow-wire ignitability temperature (GWIT), required by IEC 60335 for some E/E components in office printers and lamp sockets.
Ignitability is determined by observing the time for sustained ignition of the specimen.