Is motor oil combustible?

Answer Yes, motor oil is combustible. It is a Class II combustible liquid. The "flashpoint" (minimum ignitable temperature) is between 100 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Other Class II combustible liquids ar... Read More »

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Is PVC pipe combustible?

According to the Plastic Pipe and Fittings Association, PVC pipe is combustible; however, once the heat source is removed it will cease burning. PVC's melting point is 390 degrees Fahrenheit, and i... Read More »

What is a combustible liquid?

Combustible substances burn in oxygen. Safety standards differentiate "combustible liquids" from "flammable liquids." Flammable liquids evaporate and mix with air below 100°F, forming a mixture th... Read More »

Is hydrogen combustible?

Indeed, hydrogen is combustible. It is highly combustible, in fact. This is why there is such thing as the hydrogen bomb. It is also a very clean gas, as it produces only water as its combustible p... Read More »

Is diesel fuel combustible?

Diesel fuel has been classified as combustible by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Diesel fuel can be ignited by sparks, flames or heat, and even vapors can create an explosi... Read More »