The flash point is the lowest temperature at which a flame causes the vapors from a material to catch fire, as a flash, under specific test conditions. The lower the flash point temperature, the higher the susceptibility of the material to catch fire. In other words, the higher the flash point temperatures, the safer the material. The most common flash point methods for binders are the Tag Closed Cup test, the Cleveland Open Cup test, and the Pensky-Martens Closed Cup test.
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Cleveland Flash TesterThe Cleveland Flash Tester is used for determining the open cup flash and fire point of binders.
Pensky-Martens Digital TesterThe Pensky-Martens Digital Tester is used for flash point of petroleum products in the temperature range from 40 to 360°C.
Tag Open Cup Flash Point TesterThe Tag Open Cup Flash Point Tester is used for determining the flash point of volatile flammable materials.