Flash Point by Pensky–Martens Closed Cup Tester. This test method determines the flash point of liquids in the temperature range from 40°C to 370°C (104°F and 698°F) by the manual Pensky–Martens closed–cup apparatus. Sample size: 250ml.
Flash Point of Liquids by Tag Open-Cup Apparatus. The ASTM D1310 test method determines the flash point and fire point of liquids having flash points between −18°C and 165°C (0°F and 325°F). The test method for 16 CFR 1500.43 is similar to ASTM D1310 but meeting different test temperature requirements. Sample size: 250ml.
Fire Point of Liquids by Tag Open-Cup Apparatus. This test method determines liquid fire points up to 325°F. Sample Size: 250ml.
Sustained Burning of Liquid Mixtures Using the Small Scale Open-Cup Apparatus. This test method determines the sustained burning characteristics of mixtures of flammable and nonflammable liquids, and mixtures containing liquids with widely different flash points. Sample Size: 50ml.
Method of Testing for Sustained Combustibility. This test method determines if a material when heated under test conditions and exposed to an external source of flame applied in a standard manner sustains combustion. This procedure is similar to ASTM D-4206 but meets the test temperature requirements of 49 CFR 173 Appx. H. Sample size: 100ml.