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Explaining Flash Point ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Liquid gives off flammable vapors
Flash Point Is: • Lowest temperature at which sufficient vapor is given off to form ignitable mixture • Vapor density of flammables heavier than air
Even a spark will ignite the vapor
• Vapors, not liquid, that burns
Ignition Temperature •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Minimum temperature to which flammable liquid vapor in air must be heated to initiate self sustained combustion independent of the original heat source.
Common Ignition Sources Smoking Mechanical Sparks Hot Surface
Heat Producing Chemical Reactions
Static Electric Discharge Spontaneous Ignition Open Flames
Explosive Range of Flammables •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Percentage range of liquid vapor in air by volume within which ignition can occur. Ignition Material Temperature
Lean Mixture 1%
Fuel Oil No. 1 410°F .7 Class II (210°C) Xylene 869°F 1.0 Class IC (465°C) Gasoline 536-853°F Class IB (280-456°C) Pentane Class IA
Rich Mixture 9% 9%
How Fire Occurs ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
The Fire Triangle 1. Heat: Ignition Source 2. Fuel: Flammable Liquids, Vapor 3. Oxygen: Air Example of how a safety can is designed to reduce the risk of fire
All three legs of the triangle must be present for a fire to start.
Use approved containers Easiest-to-use Type I Safety Can: Easy to Fill, Easy to Pour! •100% lead-tested •100% lead-free 3½" flame arrester allows deeper, secure insertion of gas nozzle when filling Wide mouth and large capacity bowl contains splashes and reduces spill overs Exclusive hinged design – now you can fill the can without removing the funnel Durable 100% polypropylene resists chemicals and stands-up to heavy use Rugged 24-gauge premium coated, lead-free steel is finished with a high-gloss powder coat paint to resist corrosion. UV protection and hardness factor stands up to rough use for extended life Tri-lingual warning label 100% Leak tested – each and every can is tested under pressure to guarantee leakproof construction Large ½" grip lip along bottom edge makes it easy to grip with fingers to support can during pouring Complies with OSHA 20 CFR 1910.106 & NFPA Code 30 requirements FM Approved; UL & ULC listed. Accepted container under CARB
Wider free span on lid opening allow easier insertion of gas nozzle Comfortable rounded handle allows single-handed downward push to open lid. Swings free for easy carrying of heavy loads Leakproof, spring-loaded self-closing lid offers pressure relief and vents between 3 and 5 psig Counterbalance design leverages the weight of the liquid against the opening mechanism for easy pouring Internal dual-density flame arrester dissipates heat to prevent flashback ignition Reinforcing ribs strengthen the walls for extra "bumper guard" protection An approved container Not more than 20 liter (5.3) gallon capacity
Transfer flammable liquids safely using approved safety cans and antistatic wires for bonding and grounding
Store flammables in specially designed, approved Safety Cabinets
Protect workers, reduce fire risks, and improve productivity by storing hazardous liquids in NFPA and OSHA compliant safety cabinets.
Use specially designed, approved oily waste cans for solvent soaked rags and wipes
Protect your facility from fires that can start due to spontaneous combustion, sparks, or careless use of smoking material
Use approved containers Oily Waste Cans Ideal for use by printing operations, construction sites, machine shops, furniture refinishers, warehouse facilities, auto repair shops, marinas, or manufacturing plants. • Galvanized steel body with red, yellow, or silver powder coat finish • Round construction and raised, flowthrough base dissipate heat • Self-closing lid limits oxygen to reduce the risk of spontaneous combustion • Sturdy foot pedal is opens the lid with a simple tap of the toe • Carry handle for portability
Use approved equipment to safely collect cigarette butts
So many features make this the product of choice
Covered opening keeps rain out and discourages trash from being dropped in. Molded-in graphics easily identify opening for cigarette butt disposal. Low maintenance, high density polyethylene construction with flame retardant additive won’t rust, dent, crack or peel and resists fading. Innovative Cease-Fire® design limits the flow of oxygen to safely and quickly extinguish cigarettes to reduce the risk of fire.
Attractive design in five designer colors hides cigarette litter. 11/2" opening permits easy use and promotes good housekeeping. Extinguishing snuff spot. Large internal neck cavity minimizes “clogging.” Cease-Fire® technology minimizes “chimney effect” found in other units. Internal drip-lip prevents tar condensation from escaping keeping exterior clean
Broad 161/2" base for stability.
Fire tested and approved for safety Molded-in tie-down notches on both sides provide security from theft or severe weather.
•Easy-open and easyclose, lid securely interlocks to prevent spills. Large 16 qt galvanized steel liner pail removes for easy cleaning.
Use proper drum handling equipment when transferring flammables from larger to smaller containers
Grounding wire Drum Cradle Safety Vent
Bonding Drip Can wire Faucet Extension Safety Can
Vertical Dispensing Horizontal Dispensing
Gravity Flow method
Thank you for your time. Remember these simple tips to reduce your fire risks Have a safe day!