Is diesel fuel flammable?

Answer Diesel fuel is not flammable, it is combustible. The difference is the flash point; diesel has a high flash point while gasoline has a low flash point. This means that diesel does not burn as easil... Read More »

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Does NFPA require diesel fuel to be treated as a flammable liquid?

The National Fire Protection Agency classifies diesel fuel as a Class II flammable liquid. The vapors of this class of liquids form a flammable mix with air at temperatures above 100 but below 140 ... Read More »

Does a nozzle for diesel fuel fit into a non-diesel fuel tank?

A diesel nozzle is larger than a regular gasoline nozzle. For this reason, the diesel nozzle will not fit into the gasoline tank. On the other hand, most diesel fuel pumps are green, so drivers wit... Read More »

How Do I Change a Diesel Fuel Filter on a Duramax Diesel?

The Duramax Diesel is the engine used for General Motors' heavy-duty trucks. This engine is capable of great power and efficiency. To ensure that the engine is consistently providing power and fuel... Read More »

What is the difference between jet fuel&diesel fuel?

The fuels for both jet and diesel engines are very similar in their chemical makeup and ingredients, yet both have specific chemical compositions that heighten performance in their specific types o... Read More »