⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'flammability' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   flammability | flammabilities
SYNO flammability | inflammability
flammabilityEntflammbarkeit {f}
flammabilityBrennverhalten {n}
flammability limit
Entflammbarkeitsgrenze {f}
flammability testBrennbarkeitsprüfung {f}
low flammabilitySchwerentflammbarkeit {f}
Flammwidrigkeit {f}
of low flammability {adj} [postpos.]schwer entflammbar
limit of flammabilityEntflammbarkeitsgrenze {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • ANSI standards for hard hats set combustibility or flammability criteria.
  • Because of its high flammability, it is unacceptable to replace R-12 with HC-12a in the United States.
  • Due to the health risks of 1,4-dichlorobenzene, and flammability of naphthalene, other substances like camphor are sometimes used.
  • Other technology can be combined with these flammability characteristics to give foams, which have extremely low overall emissions of volatile organic compounds, known as VOCs.
  • Lower flammability limit (LFL), usually expressed in volume per cent, is the lower end of the concentration range over which a flammable mixture of gas or vapour in air can be ignited at a given temperature and pressure.
  • They are designed to meet UL 94 flammability tests as well as Glow Wire Ignition Tests (GWIT), Glow Wire Flammability Test (GWFI) and Comparative Tracking Index (CTI).
  • The safety data sheets (SDSs) from various naphtha vendors indicate various hazards such as flammable mixture of hydrocarbons: flammability, carcinogenicity, skin and airway irritation, etc.
  • Flammability is the ease with which a combustible substance can be ignited, causing fire or combustion or even an explosion.
  • A common misconception persists regarding the danger caused by magnesium's flammability.
  • UL 94, the Standard for Safety of Flammability of Plastic Materials for Parts in Devices and Appliances testing, is a plastics flammability standard released by Underwriters Laboratories of the United States.
  • , which imposed strict flammability requirements on children's sleepwear sold in the United States, up to size 14.
  • Due to its flammability (see below) alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content above 70% by volume are not permitted to be transported in aircraft.
  • John Clayton, in an extract from a letter in the "Philosophical Transactions" for 1735, calls gas the "spirit" of coal and discovered its flammability by an accident.
  • They are designed to meet UL 94 flammability tests as well as Glow Wire Ignition Tests (GWIT), Glow Wire Flammability Test (GWFI) and Comparative Tracking Index (CTI).
  • Under the Act, the Commerce Commission enforces product safety standards on items such as bicycles and flammability of children's night clothing.
  • Flammability diagrams show the control of flammability in mixtures of fuel, oxygen and an inert gas, typically nitrogen.
  • In 1965 he published data for flammability limits, autoignition, and burning-rate data for more than 200 combustible gases and vapors in air and other oxidants, as well as of empirical rules and graphs that can be used to predict similar data for thousands of other combustibles under a variety of environmental conditions.
  • Many other chemical treatments may be applied to cotton fabrics to produce low flammability, crease resist and other special effects.
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