Flash Point by Pensky-Martens Closed Cup Tester

By ASTM D93, EPA 1010A

Scope:

The flash point temperature is one measure of the tendency of the test specimen to form a flammable mixture with air under controlled laboratory conditions. It is only one of a number of properties which must be considered in assessing the overall flammability hazard of a material. Flash point is used in shipping and safety regulations to define flammable and combustible materials. One should consult the particular regulation involved for precise definitions of these classifications.

These test methods cover the determination of the flash point of petroleum products in the temperature range from 40 to 360°C by a manual Pensky-Martens closed-cup apparatus or an automated Pensky-Martens closed-cup apparatus. These test methods is applicable for the detection of contamination of relatively nonvolatile or nonflammable materials with volatile or flammable materials.

Method Data

Method 200.8
Hold Time6 months from preservation to analysis,
Preservationpreserve with HNO3 to pH <2 within two weeks of collection. Dissolve elements: acidfy the filtrate with HNO3 to pH <2 immediately after filtration. Solid samples should be kept at 4°C.
Sample Volume250mL HDPE bottle
Collection MethodGrab sampling
InstrumentationICP/MS PerkinElmer NexION 350X
Method Refernce200.8

Analyte List

AnalyteFormulaCAS Number
AluminumAl7429-90-5
AntimonySb7440-36-0
ArsenicAs7440-38-2
BariumBa7440-39-3
BerylliumBe7440-41-7
CadmiumCd7440-43-9
CalciumCa7440-70-2
ChromiumCr7440-47-3
CobaltCo7440-48-4
CopperCu7440-50-8
IronFe7439-89-6
LeadPb7439-92-1
MagnesiumMg7439-95-4
ManganeseMn7439-96-5
MolybdenumMo7439-98-7
NickelNi7440-02-0
PotassiumK7440-09-07
SeleniumSe7782-49-2
SilverAg7440-22-4
SodiumNa7440-23-5
ThalliumTl7440-28-0
TitaniumTi7440-32-6
VanadiumV7440-62-2
ZincZn7440-66-6

* The typical detection limits and analytes are displayed for this particular method. Please contact Specialty Analytical if other analytes or detection limits are required in addition to the 200.8 Analyte List.

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