Is motor oil flammable?

Answer Motor oil is a flammable substance. Motor oil is considered a class II flammable hazard, which means it has a flash point of 100 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. The flash point is the temperature at whi... Read More »

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What is more powerful for a vacuum cleaner motor a 12 amp motor or a 110 watt motor?

A 110 watt motor is equal to a 1 amp motor... Versus a 12 amp motor, the 12 is more powerful. You've probably confused 110 watts with volts, as a 1 amp motor could not be used in a vacuum (it's too... Read More »

Is ink flammable?

Whether or not ink is flammable depends on the type. Printing ink and heatset ink, for example, are flammable. Most of the inks we use commonly, such as the ink in most pens, are not flammable, b... Read More »

Is methane gas flammable?

Methane is flammable. It is a combustible gas that is lighter than air. It is the major constituent of natural gas, and is produced by decaying organic matter. Methane is explosive at concentration... Read More »

Is dimethicone flammable?

Dimethicone, also known as dimethyl silicone, is a silicon-based polymer rubber or plastic that comes in many different formulations for different uses. It can be flammable, depending on the formul... Read More »