Ambulance bosses warned of the dangers of using accelerants
Barbara Rouse, from the friends of Derby Park, appealed to parents whose children might have come home smelling of smoke or accelerants
"They are the hardest for us to figure out, because sometimes they use accelerants
, sometimes they don't, and there's no pattern."
Committee chairman Linda Groom claims the dancers have made the hall's floor too slippery by using accelerants
to help dancers glide across the floor.
He is ''imprinted'' on 17 of the most common accelerants
used in arsons -- among them gas, diesel, kerosene, lighter fluid, Coleman fuel, mineral spirits, acetone, and lacquer thinner.
The springer spaniel can sniff out accelerants
and uncover deliberate fire-raising.
An inquest into her death, held in Leamington, was told that accelerants
had been used to start the fire.
A Kirklees police spokesman said: "The front passenger window of the car was smashed and accelerants
poured inside before the vehicle was set on fire.
Judge can detect more than 60 different fire accelerants
in minutes and "has helped fire marshals numerous times uncover items they wouldn't have found by any other means," Laubach said.
It needs to accelerate the speed of performance on an ongoing basis, much like the many accelerants
used in various chemical processes.
The 58-page book covers real-time analysis of pharmaceuticals, drugs in dose form or in bodily fluids, synthetic organic or organometallic compounds, inks on paper, explosives and arson accelerants
, chemical weapons agents, foods and more.
He has been trained to sniff out the cause of suspicious blazes and can detect up to 10 different accelerants
such as petrol, diesel and white spirit, which may have been used to start a fire.