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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spontaneous_combustion

Spontaneous combustion or spontaneous ignition is a type of combustion which occurs by ... If these materials are stored in a way so the heat cannot escape, the heat buildup ... whereby an external source of fire ignites nearby flammable materials and ... Hay is one of the more studied materials in spontaneous combustion.

www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/chemicals/flammable/flam.html

Sometimes more than one flashpoint is reported for a chemical. ... and combustible liquids in air may burn at any temperature if an ignition source is present.

safetyresources.usask.ca/procedures_forms/documents/Workplace%20Hazardous%20Material%20Information%20System%20Manual%20WHMIS%202015.pdf

Workplace-specific training is the most important part of WHMIS training. ... A product that is classified as hazardous under WHMIS is called a controlled product. .... may cause a fire or explosion if heated. ... Keep away from ignition sources ..... These materials should never be stored or used near flammable or combustible ...

www.wcvfd.org/documents/AugTip05_000.doc

If you are unsure if a product is flammable, read the label. If the listed ingredients ... Never use them near a heat source or open flame. Aerosol cans explode if ...

www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us/fire/flammable

Search form ... Most incidents involving flammable liquids involve one very common flammable ... All of these will catch fire and explode if conditions are just right. ... products that will likely catch fire and explode if exposed to high heat or open ... be carefully stored in safe locations away from all potential heat sources and in ...

www.utdallas.edu/ehs/download/Chemical_and_Hazardous_Materials_Safety.pdf

Almost everyone works with or around chemicals and chemical products every day. ... Consider any mixture or reaction product to be at least as hazardous as – if not more .... The fire, explosion, and health hazards of handling, storing, and using ..... Keep reactive chemicals out of sunlight and away from heat sources. d.

www.esfd.org/index.php/facts-and-safety-tips/fire-safety/flammable-substances-facts-tips

the most common, but there are other flammable and combustible liquids and gases used in the ... product poses a serious health or fire danger if not used and stored properly. ... flash point differs for each type of flammable liquid. Kerosene ... an explosion or fire. ... Gasoline will ignite when a heat source or electrical spark

www.ilocis.org/documents/chpt41e.htm

If a mixture is flammable, then it can be ignited by a small ignition source, ... to the transfer of heat from a fluid (in this case, air, flames or fire products) to a .... This arises when such a material is stored in large quantities and in such a way that heat .... However, the most common type of explosion is caused by the ignition of a ...

www.cnbc.com/2013/12/04/warning-scientists-say-gas-cans-carry-risk-of-explosion.html

Dec 4, 2013 ... Caution: Plastic gas cans could explode 1:31 PM ET Wed, 4 Dec 2013 ... when gas vapor escaping the can contacts a source of ignition such ... garage shop, where he had gasoline stored in several plastic cans. ... It's not a safe product. ... He argued that all the incidents more likely have resulted from vapor ...