Is Diesel Flammable?


Flammability is the ease with which a substance ignites causing fire or combustion. Diesel is flammable and requires a high flash point to ignite.
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Diesel fuel itself will burn but you really can't call it flammable. When you add gasoline to it, the flammability greatly increases with the amount of gasoline you add.
Kerosene and Diesel Fuel are both just as flammable and able to explode
diesel is hard to ignite, even with a lighting match. And it does not explode [no more than petrol does!] It simply ingnites. But ever so slowly compared with petrol! Source(s): age
Diesel is less flammable than petrol/gasoline, propane and LPG. Also generally cheaper.
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