Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Home ] Up ] Table of Contents ] Search ] Feedback ] Submit-A-Link ] Agellon, Inc. Mail ]

sun2.gif (1640 bytes) Agellon, Inc.

Keyword:

Family ] Kid Stuff ] Teens ] Tidbits ] [ Public Service ] Financial Times ]

 

Agellon, Inc. Directory
 
Quick Links
About the Author
What's New
Agellons
Computing
Family
Forensics
Home Brewing
Kid Stuff
Law Enforcement
Outdoors in AZ
Parks
SCUBA Diving
Teens
Tidbits
University of Arizona
University of Alberta
Wolf-Hybrids
 
Web Tools
Dictionary
dictionary.com
Thesaurus
 
Links Around the Web
Help Find Missing Kids
Most Wanted.org
Smokey Bear
Poison Control Center
U of A Wildcats
Chicken Soup
Hallmark
PBS Online
CIA for Kids
RealBeanies
Search Engine for Kids
The School Zone
DARE Kids
Are You Into It?
FBI Fugitive Publicity
America's Most Wanted
REPORT CHILD PORNOGRAPHY!
McGruff
Ask Jeeves!
 
Web Services
Computers, Software and Stuff
Compare Prices at CNET Shopper
 
cdnow logo.gif (1635 bytes)
music and movies
 
reelogo_tag_small.gif (3334 bytes)
Fogdog Sports banners

Staples Logo!

icqlogo3.gif (2206 bytes)newsara.jpg (21333 bytes)

Search and Rescue Association using ICQ.   Check it out.

ezplate.gif (22689 bytes)    Register Your AZ Vehicle Registration Online

Hazardous Materials Information

Table from  logo_main.gif (2042 bytes)This company supplies most of my scientific supplies. 

 

Hazard Sign Components

Flammable Liquids
Defined as liquids having closed cup flash points below 100F (37.8C) and vapor pressures not exceeding 40 psi (276 kPa) (2.76 bar) at 100F (37.8C). Flammable liquids are referred to as Class 1 liquids.
a. Class IA liquids - flash points below 73F (22.8C) and boiling points below 100F (37.8C).
b. Class IB liquids - flash points below 73F (22.8C) and boiling points at or above 100F (37.8C).
c. Class IC liquids - flash points at or above 73F (22.8C) and below 100F (37.8C).
Combustible Liquids
Defined as liquids having closed cup flash points at or above 100F (37.8C). Combustible liquids are referred to as Class II or Class III liquids.
a. Class II liquids - flash points at or above 100F (37.8C) and below 140F (60C).
b. Class IIIA liquids - flash points at or above 140F (60C) and below 200F (93.4C).
c. Class IIIB liquids - flash points at or above 200F (93.4C).

  

 

Yes, this site  is under constant revision.  Enjoy!  Thank you.

Agellon, Inc.  Home Page Visitors
Hit Counter

Sign My Guestbook or View My Guestbook

Last modified: November 12, 1999