At what temperature does wood burn?

Answer Wood goes through several stages before burning. As temperature increases, moisture boils off. At 450 degrees F, wood particles form volatiles, which produce the flames we see. At 750 degrees F com... Read More »

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What temperature should a wood stove burn at?

On One Hand: Burning BasicsWood burning stoves are built to harness the heat needed to burn and effectively heat a home. Getting it to the temperature that causes combustion is based on several fac... Read More »

What temperature does a match burn at?

A match head struck on a rough surface will ignite at a temperature of about 360 degrees Fahrenheit. Because of combustion, it will burn even hotter as the flame makes its way from the match head t... Read More »

At what temperature does the skin burn?

Water that is 120 degrees Fahrenheit or hotter can burn the skin very quickly and cause severe injury, according to the Home Safety Council. To help avoid such burns in the home, set your hot water... Read More »

What temperature does Mapp gas burn at?

Mapp gas, which is produced by mixing Methylacetylene-Propadine and liquefied petroleum, will burn at a temperature of 5301℉ (2927℃). This characteristic makes it a good choice in plumbing when... Read More »