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NFPA classifies diesel fuel as a Class II fuel; a combustible liquid with a flash point greater than 140°F and below 200°F. Diesel Labels identify this hazard.
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What is Diesel?
Diesel fuel is a liquid fuel for use in motor vehicles and other compression ignition engines. Diesel fuel poses potential hazards for fire or explosion, individuals health and the environment. As a highly flammable liquid, it will easily be ignited by heat, sparks or flames. Ignition sources such as open flames or smoking should be kept away from flammable and combustible liquids. Diesel is toxic if ingestion, inhalation and/or skin exposure occurs.
Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials - Edition 14th
|Chemical Name / CAS No.||NFPA 30 / OSHA Class||Flash Point °F (°C)||Health||Flammability||Instability|
|Diesel Fuel Oil No. 1-D
|II||100°F (38°C) Min. or Legal||1||2||0|
|Diesel Fuel Oil No. 2-D
|II||125°F (52°C) Min. or Legal||1||2||0|
|Diesel Fuel Oil No. 4-D||II||130°F (54°C) Min. or Legal||1||2||0|
Any liquid that has a closed-cup flash point at or above 100°F (37.8°C), as determined by the test procedures and apparatus set forth in NFPA 30. Combustible liquids are classified as Class II or Class III combustible liquids.
- Class II Liquid: Any liquid that has a flash point at or above 100°F (37.8°C) and below 140°F (60°C).
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