deflagrable

deflagrable

(ˈdɛfləɡrəbəl)
adj
(General Physics) having the ability to burst into flames quickly
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NFPA defines the size of "Deflagrable Wood Dust" as being 500 microns (0.5mm, 0.0196 inch) or less and having a moisture content of less than 25 percent.
Combustible fine particles of wood dust, also known as "deflagrable" wood dust, are classified as having a diameter of 420 microns (0.425mm, 425 um micrometers, 0.0165 inch) or smaller, and having a moisture content of Less than 25 percent.