Oil left on towels starts house fire COTTON towels or cloths used to clean up oil can self-ignite
and set tumble driers on fire.
Oil cake / oil seeds stacks may self-ignite
because of heat produced by bacterial fermentation of the stack including other large number of factors.
Aviation authorities have long known that the batteries can self-ignite
, creating fires that are hotter than 1,100C.
District Manager for Gateshead Steve Stokoe, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service said: "Given the right atmosphere and the right amount of ventilation, materials soaked in products such as linseed oil can self-ignite
and become extremely dangerous.
For some reason, the units controlling the buildings' boilers wouldn't self-ignite
Large piles of combustible material are prone to self-ignite
, because heat builds up within the pile and has nowhere to escape.
Here, during Scarpia's sacrilegious railings at the end of Act I (in counterpoint to the choir's Te Deum) Bauer's simple forest of cathedral pillar candles self-ignite
in an unqualified coup de theatre.
C[yen] DSM said that it worked closely with Austrian-based Advanced Polymer Compounds (APC) a company specialised among other things in formulating and testing recipes in compounding processes, and succeeded in meeting the technological challenge of developing a product that does not self-ignite
, drip or delaminate at temperatures of up to 250[euro]centsC.
b] < 100 then according to Olpinski coal does not tend to self-ignite
, at [SZ.
The liquid fuel produced in this manner will not self-ignite
but when fired under pressure injection, the coal particles explode when heated for rapid ignition and complete carbon combustion.
Spontaneous combustion is a fairly rare occurrence," he adds, though materials like metal filings and some lab chemicals, such as sodium or phosphorous, can also self-ignite
This leads to the formation of multiple flame fronts in the cylinder, as part of the fuel self-ignites
and another part is lit by the spark.