Flammable liquid

Flammable liquid means any liquid that gives off flammable vapors (as determined by flashpoint from an open cup tester, as used for testing of burning oils) at or below 80 F. Flammable liquids are referred to by grades as follows:
(1) Grade A. Any flammable liquid having a Reid vapor pressure of 14 pounds or more, as measured in accordance with ASTM D 323 (incorporated by reference, see § 105.3).
(2) Grade B. Any flammable liquid having a Reid vapor pressure of less than 14 pounds and more than 8 1/2 pounds, as measured in accordance with ASTM D 323.
(3) Grade C. Any flammable liquid having a Reid vapor pressure of 8 1/2 pounds or less and a flashpoint of 80 °F or below, as measured in accordance with ASTM D 323.

Source

46 CFR § 105.5


Scoping language

As used in this part, the italicized terms have the meanings indicated in this section.

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