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Topics include a standard practice for conducting ruggedness tests, the minimum autoignition temperature of dust clouds, separating liquid residue from fire debris samples, preparing items involved in litigation, and handling unbound engineered nanoscale particles in occupational settings.
Autoignition temperature (430[degrees]C) is lower than the melting temperature (650[degrees]C), so any spark can cause the ignition of chips or dust.
was faulty, and that the oil should have been pumped in a closed pipe since it was above its autoignition temperature and represented a fire hazard.
A series of tests are conducted until a minimum autoignition temperature (MAIT) is determined to a specified accuracy (typically |+ or -~ 10 |degrees~ C).