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NEC

Group

Type 6

Acetaldehyde 75-07-0

C*

-38

175 4.0

Acetic Acid
Acetic AcidTert.-Butyl
Ester
Acetic
Anhydride
Acetone
Acetone
Cyanohydrin
Acetonitrile
Acetylene
Acrolein
(Inhibited)
Acrylic Acid
Acrylonitrile
Adiponitrile
Allyl Alcohol
Allyl Chloride

64-19-7
540-88-5

D*
D

II
II

43

108-24-7

II

67-64-1
75-86-5

D*
D

I
IIIA

75-05-8
74-86-2
107-02-8

D
A*
B(C) *

I
GAS
I

79-10-7
107-13-1
111-69-3
107-18-6
107-05-1

D
D*
D
C*
D

II
I
IIIA
I
I

54
-26
93
22
-32

Allyl Glycidyl 106-92-3


Ether
Alpha-Methyl 98-83-9
Styrene

B(C) 1

II

II

n-Amyl
Acetate
sec-Amyl
Acetate
Ammonia
Aniline
Benzene
Benzyl
Chloride
Bromopropyne

628-63-7

626-38-0

7664-41-7
62-53-3
71-43-2
98-87-3

D*2
D
D*
D

I
IIIA
I
IIIA

106-96-7

n-Butane
1,3-Butadiene
1-Butanol
2-Butanol
Butylamine
Butylene
nButyraldehyde

3583-47-9
106-99-0
71-36-3
71-36-5
109-73-9
25167-67-3
123-72-8

D*5
B(D) * 1
D*
D*
D
D
C*

GAS
GAS
I
I
GAS
I
I

n-Butyl
Acetate
sec-Butyl
Acetate
tert.-Butyl
Acetate
n-Butyl
Acrylate
(Inhibited)
n-Butyl
Glycidyl Ether

123-86-4

D*

105-46-4

Chemical

CAS No.

Flash
Point
(C)

AIT
(C)

60.0

Vapor
Density
(Air=1)
1.5

Vapor
Pressure 7
(mm Hg)
874.9

Class I
Zone
Group 3
IIA

464 4.0
1.7

19.9
9.8

2.1
4.0

15.6
40.6

IIA

54

316 2.7

10.3

3.5

4.9

74

465 2.5
688 2.2

12.8
12.0

2.0
2.9

230.7
0.3

524 3.0
305 2.5
235 2.8

16.0
99.9
31.0

1.4
0.9
1.9

91.1

438 2.4
481 3.0
550
378 2.5
485 2.9

8.0
17.0

2.5
1.8
1.0
2.0
2.6

%LFL

%UFL

18.0
11.1

57

274.1

4.1

2.7

25

360 1.1

7.5

4.5

4.2

23

1.1

7.5

4.5

0.98

0.92

2.67

1.76

1.00

1.02

0.017
0.13

0.28

1.50
0.25

0.16

0.78

0.87

1.33

0.84
1.17

1.15

28.0
11.0
7.8

0.6
3.2
2.8
4.4

70
-11

498 15.0
615 1.3
498 1.2
585 1.1

10

324 3.0
8.5

22

421 1.7

7.6

4.0

11.5

II

-8

1.7

9.8

4.0

22.2

540-88-5

II

1.7

9.8

4.0

40.6

141-32-2

II

293 1.7

9.9

4.4

5.5

11.2
9.8
9.8
10.0
12.5

2.0
12 1.9
2.6
2.6
2.5
1.9
2.5

7498.0
0.7
94.8
0.5

1.02
IIA

-12

II

MESG
(mm)

3.9

288 1.9
420
343 1.4
405 1.7
312 1.7
385 1.6
218 1.9

06/08/2426 B(C) 1

IIB

MIC
Ratio

366

11.0

49

IIA
36600 IIC
IIB

4.3
108.5
0.002
25.4

574 0.8

-76
36
36
-12

IIA

MIE
(mJ)
TR
0.37

7.0

IIA
IIA
IIA

IIB
IIA
IIA

92.9
2214.6
112.2

680 6.85

3.17

0.20

1.00

0.99

0.25
0.13

0.94
0.76

1.07
0.79
0.91

1.13
0.92

IIA

1.08

1.04

n-Butyl
110-62-3
Formal
109-79-5
Butyl
Mercaptan
Butyl-2141-32-2
Propenoate
para tert.-Butyl 98-51-1
Toluene

IIIA

34.3

II

49

1.7

IIIA

n-Butyric Acid 107-92-6

IIIA

72

Carbon
Disulfide
Carbon
Monoxide
Chloroacetalde
hyde
Chlorobenzene

75-15-0

*3

630-08-0

C*

107-20-0

1-Chloro-1Nitropropane
Chloroprene
Cresol
Crotonaldehyd
e
Cumene
Cyclohexane
Cyclohexanol
Cyclohexanon
e
Cyclohexene
Cyclopropane

3.1

46.4

9.9

4.4

5.5

443 2.0

10.0

3.0

0.8

-30

90 1.3

50.0

2.6

358.8

GAS

609

700 12.5

74.

0.97

IIIA

88

108-90-7

29

593 1.3

9.6

3.9

11.9

2425-66-3

IIIA

126-99-8
1319-77-3
4170-30-3

D
D
C*

GAS
IIIA
I

-20
81
13

4.0
559 1.1
232 2.1

20.0

3.0
3.7
2.4

33.1

IIB

98-82-8
110-82-7
108-93-0
108-94-1

D
D
D
D

I
I
IIIA
II

36
-17
68
44

424 0.9
245 1.3
300
245 1.1

6.5
8.0
9.4

4.1
2.9
3.5
3.4

4.6
98.8
0.7
4.3

IIA
IIA
IIA
IIA

110-83-8
75-19-4

D
D*

I
I

-6

244 1.2
503 2.4

2.8
1.5

89.4

10.4

p-Cymene
99-87-6
Decene
872-05-9
n-Decaldehyde 112-31-2

D
D
C

II
II
IIIA

47

436 0.7
235

4.6
4.8

1.5
1.7
0.09

n-Decanol
112-30-1
Decyl Alcohol 112-30-1

D
D

IIIA
IIIA

82
82

288
288

5.3
5.3

0.008
0.008

Diacetone
123-42-2
Alcohol
Di-Isobutylene 25167-70-8

IIIA

64

603 1.8

6.9

4.0

1.4

D*

391 0.8

4.8

3.8

Di-Isobutyl
108-83-8
Ketone
o955-50-1
Dichlorobenze
ne
1,4-Dichloro- 3583-47-9
2,3
Epoxybutane
1,11300-21-6
Dichloroethan
e
1,2156-59-2
Dichloroethyle
ne
1,1-Dichloro-1- 594-72-9
Nitroethane

II

60

396 0.8

7.1

4.9

IIIA

66

647 2.2

9.2

5.1

D*

1.9

8.5

2.0

438 6.2

16.0

3.4

227

97

460 5.6

12.8

3.4

204 IIA

IIIA

76

IIC

0.009

0.39

0.20

IIA
63.1

15.5

5.6

5.0

5430 IIB

0.81

0.22

1.0

0.94
0.98

0.17

0.97
0.84

0.91

0.98

1.07

IIA

0.96
1.7
IIA

0.25

1.82

1,310061-02-6
Dichloroprope
ne
Dicyclopentadi 77-73-6
ene
Diethylamine 109-87-9
Diethylaminoe 100-37-8
thanol
Diethyl
25340-17-4
Benzene
Diethyl Ether 60-29-7
Diethylene
112-34-5
Glycol
Monobutyl
Ether
Diethylene
111-77-3
Glycol
Monomethyl
Ether
n-n-Dimethyl 121-69-7
Aniline
Dimethyl
68-12-2
Formamide
Dimethyl
77-78-1
Sulfate
Dimethylamin 124-40-3
e
2,275-83-2
Dimethylbutan
e
2,3Dimethylbutan
e
3,31071-26-7
Dimethylhepta
ne
2,331394-54-4
Dimethylhexa
ne
2,3107-83-5
Dimethylpenta
ne
Di-N142-84-7
Propylamine
1,4-Dioxane 123-91-1
Dipentene
138-86-3
Dipropylene 34590-94-8
Glycol Methyl
Ether
Diisopropylam 108-18-9
ine
Dodecene
6842-15-5
Epichlorohydri 3132-64-7
n
Ethane
74-84-0
Ethanol
64-17-5
Ethylamine
75-04-7
74-85-1
Ethylene
Ethylenediami 107-15-3
ne
Ethylenimine 151-56-4

35

32

C*
C

I
IIIA

II

57

395

C*
C

I
IIIA

12
78

160 1.9
228 0.9

IIIA

93

241

IIIA

63

371 1.0

II

58

455 2.2

IIIA

83

188

GAS

D5

D5

396

D5

325

D5

438

D5

335

211.7

17

299

27.1

C*
D
C

I
II
IIIA

12
45
85

180 2.0
237 0.7
1.1

22.0
6.1
3.0

3.0
4.7
5.1

GAS

-6

316 1.1

7.1

3.5

D
C*

IIIA
I

100
33

255
411 3.8

21.0

3.2

D*
D*
D*
C*
D*

GAS
I
I
GAS
I

-29
13
-18
0
33

472 3.0
363 3.3
385 3.5
450 2.7
385 2.5

12.5
19.0
14.0
36.0
12.0

1.0
1.6
1.6
1.0
2.1

C*

-11

320 3.3

54.8

1.5

-28
60

5.3

3.8

503
312 1.8
320

400 2.8
-48

14.5

2.8
10.1

2.5
4.0

0.91
IIA
IIA

1.6

1.15

4.6
36.0
24.6

2.6
5.6

38.2
0.02

IIB

0.19

0.88

0.83

0.2

15.2

14.4

4.2

0.7

2.5

4.1

4.4

0.7

1.08

1.6

405

IIA
319.3

10.8

38.2

IIB

0.19

IIA
IIA

0.24

0.70
1.18

0.5

13.0

59.5
1048

IIB

2.4
0.070

12.5
211

0.48

0.82
0.88

0.91
0.89

0.53

0.65

107-07-3

IIIA

59

425 4.9

15.9

2.8

7.2

107-06-2

D*

13

413 6.2

16.0

3.4

79.7

111-15-9

II

47

379 1.7

4.7

2.3

112-07-2

IIIA

340 0.9

8.5

111-76-2

IIIA

238 1.1

12.7

4.1

1.0

110-80-5

II

235 1.7

15.6

3.0

5.4

0.84

109-86-4

II

285 1.8

14.0

2.6

9.2

0.85

75-21-8

B(C) * 1

-20

429 3.0

99.9

1.5

123-05-7

II

52

191 0.8

7.2

4.4

1.9

104-76-7

IIIA

81

0.9

9.7

4.5

0.2

103-09-3

IIIA

88

252

141-78-6
140-88-5

D*
D*

I
I

-4
9

427 2.0
372 1.4

11.5
14.0

3.0
3.5

93.2
37.5

Ethyl Alcohol 64-17-5

D*

13

363 3.3

19.0

1.6

59.5

Ethyl Sec541-85-5
Amyl Ketone
Ethyl Benzene 100-41-4

II

59

21

432 0.8

6.7

3.7

9.6

Ethyl Butanol 97-95-0


Ethyl Butyl
106-35-4
Ketone
Ethyl Chloride 75-00-3

D
D

II
II

57
46

1.2

7.7

3.5
4.0

1.5
3.6

GAS

-50

519 3.8

15.4

2.2

Ethyl Ether
60-29-7
Ethyl Formate 109-94-4

C*
D

I
GAS

-45
-20

160 1.9
455 2.8

36.0
16.0

2.6
2.6

Ethyl
Mercaptan
n-Ethyl
Morpholine
2-Ethyl-3Propyl
Acrolein
Ethyl Silicate
Formaldehyde
(Gas)
Formic Acid

75-08-1

C*

-18

300 2.8

18.0

2.1

100-74-3

32

4.0

645-62-5

IIIA

68

4.4

78-10-4
50-00-0

D
B

II
GAS

60

429 7.0

73.0

7.2
1.0

64-18-6

II

50

434 18.0

57.0

1.6

Ethylene
Chlorohydrin
Ethylene
Dichloride
Ethylene
Glycol
Monoethyl
Ether Acetate
Ethylene
Glycol
Monobutyl
Ether Acetate
Ethylene
Glycol
Monobutyl
Ether
Ethylene
Glycol
Monoethyl
Ether
Ethylene
Glycol
Monomethyl
Ether
Ethylene
Oxide
2Ethylhexaldeh
yde
2Ethylhexanol
2-Ethylhexyl
Acrylate
Ethyl Acetate
Ethyl Acrylate
(Inhibited)

0.53

0.97

0.9

1314 IIB

0.065

0.47

0.59

0.3
0.46

0.99
0.86

IIA

0.89

538

0.19

0.88

0.84
0.94

0.90

0.90

IIA
527.4

0.57
42.7

1.86

Fuel Oil 1
Furfural
Furfuryl
Alcohol
Gasoline
n-Heptane
n-Heptene
n-Hexane
Hexanol
2-Hexanone
Hexene
sec-Hexyl
Acetate
Hydrazine
Hydrogen
Hydrogen
Cyanide
Hydrogen
Selenide
Hydrogen
Sulfide
Isoamyl
Acetate
Isoamyl
Alcohol
Isobutane
Isobutyl
Acetate
Isobutyl
Acrylate
Isobutyl
Alcohol
Isobutyraldehy
de
Isodecaldehyd
e
Isohexane
Isopentane
Isooctyl
Aldehyde
Isophorone
Isoprene
Isopropyl
Acetate
Isopropyl
Ether
Isopropyl
Glycidyl Ether

8008-20-6
98-01-1
98-00-0

D
C
C

II
IIIA
IIIA

72
60
75

210 0.7
316 2.1
490 1.8

5.0
19.3
16.3

8006-61-9
142-82-5
81624-04-6
110-54-3
111-27-3
591-78-6
592-41-6
108-84-9

D*
D*
D5
D*5
D
D
D
D

I
I
I
I
IIIA
I
I
II

-46
-4
-1
-23
63
35
-26
45

280 1.4
204 1.0
204
225 1.1

7.6
6.7

302-01-2
1333-74-0
74-90-8

C
B*
C*

II
GAS
GAS

38

23
520 4.0
538 5.6

05/07/7783 C

04/06/7783 C *

GAS

-18

424 1.2
245 1.2

7.5
8.0
6.9

3.3
3.4
3.0
3.5
3.4
3.0
3.5
3.5

2.3
0.6

45.5

0.8
10.6

IIA

0.24

0.88

152 IIA
IIA

0.24

0.88

0.019

0.25

0.91
0.97
0.93
0.98

186
5.0

98.0
75.0
40.0

1.1
0.1
0.9

14.4
IIC
IIB

0.28
0.80

7793
260 4.0

44.0

1.2

0.068

123-92-2

25

360 1.0

7.5

4.5

6.1

123-51-3

II

43

350 1.2

9.0

3.0

3.2

75-28-5
110-19-0

D5
D*

GAS
I

18

460 1.8
421 2.4

8.4
10.5

2.0
4.0

17.8

106-63-8

4.4

7.1

78-83-1

D*

-40

416 1.2

10.9

2.5

10.5

78-84-2

GAS

-40

196 1.6

10.6

2.5

112-31-2

IIIA

107-83-5
78-78-4
123-05-7

D5
D5
C

II

78-59-1
78-79-5
108-21-4

D
D*
D

I
I

108-20-3

D*

4016-14-2

Isopropylamin 75-31-0
e
Kerosene
8008-20-6
Liquified
68476-85-7
Petroleum Gas

GAS

D
D

Mesityl Oxide 141-97-9


Methane
Methanol
Methyl
Acetate

74-82-8
67-56-1
79-20-9

0.94

427

5.4
264
420
197

0.90

1.02

0.92

0.98

0.09
211.7
688.6
1.9

84
-54

460 0.8
220 1.5
460 1.8

3.8
8.9
8.0

4.8
2.4
3.5

0.4
550.6
60.4

-28

443 1.4

7.9

3.5

148.7

-26

402 2.3

10.4

2.0

II
I

72

210 0.7
405

5.0

D*

31

344 1.4

7.2

3.4

47.6

D*
D*
D

GAS
I
GAS

-223
12
-10

630 5.0
385 6.0
454 3.1

15.0
36.0
16.0

0.6
1.1
2.6

126.3

1.00

1.14

0.94

2.0
IIA

IIA
IIA
IIB

0.28
0.14

1.00
0.82
1.08

1.12
0.92
0.99

Methyl
Acrylate
Methyl
Alcohol
Methyl Amyl
Alcohol
Methyl
Chloride
Methyl Ether
Methyl Ethyl
Ketone
Methyl Formal

96-33-3

GAS

67-56-1

D*

108-11-2

II

74-87-3

115-10-6
78-93-3
534-15-6

-3

468 2.8

25.0

3.0

385 6.0

36.0

1.1

126.3

0.91

5.5

3.5

5.3

1.01

41

1.0

GAS

-46

632 8.1

17.4

1.7

C*
D*

GAS
I

-41
-6

350 3.4
404 1.4

27.0
11.4

1.6
2.5

C*

Methyl
107-31-3
Formate
231394-54-4
Methylhexane

GAS

D5

Methyl
Isobutyl
Ketone
Methyl
Isocyanate
Methyl
Mercapatan
Methyl
Methacrylate
Methyl NAmyl Ketone
Methyl
Tertiary Butyl
Ether
2Methyloctane

141-79-7

D*

624-83-9

74-93-1

2Methylpropan
e
Methyl-1Propanol
Methyl-2Propanol
2-Methyl-5Ethyl Pyridine

1
-19

238

0.98

1.00

92.4

449 4.5

23.0

2.1

3.5

GAS

-15

534 5.3

26.0

2.0

GAS

-18

3.9

21.8

1.7

80-62-6

10

422 1.7

8.2

3.6

37.2

110-43-0

II

49

393 1.1

7.9

3.9

3.8

1634-04-4

-80

435 1.6

8.4

0.2

250.1

3221-61-2

220

11

D5

78-83-1

D*

-40

416 1.2

10.9

2.5

10.1

75-65-0

D*

10

360 2.4

8.0

2.6

42.2

104-90-5

74

1.1

6.6

4.2

Methylal
109-87-5
Methylamine 74-89-5
278-78-4
Methylbutane

C
D
D5

I
GAS

Methylcyclohe 208-87-2
xane
Methylcyclohe 25630-42-3
xanol
2583-60-8
Methycyclohe
xanone

D
D

II

IIA

0.95

6.3

75-28-5

0.84
0.84

280

8.0

0.85
0.92

0.94

440 1.2

C*

0.53

3.1

31

Methylacetyle 74-99-7
ne
Methylacetyle 27846-30-6
ne-Propadiene

0.85

460

2639

1.7

1.4

0.98

4306

0.11
0.74

-18
-56

237 1.6
430 4.9
420 1.4

17.6
20.7
8.3

2.6
1.0
2.6

-4

250 1.2

6.7

3.4

68

296

3.9
3.9

398
IIA

1.10

688.6

0.27

2Methylheptane

D5

420

3589-34-4
Methylhexane

D5

280

394-14-0
Methylpentane

D5

278

2Methylpropan
e
2-Methyl-1Propanol
2-Methyl-2Propanol
2Methyloctane

75-28-5

D5

78-83-1

D*

75-65-0

D*

2216-32-2

D5

220

32216-33-3
Methyloctane

D5

220

6.3

42216-34-4
Methyloctane

D5

225

6.8

Monoethanola
mine
Monoisopropa
nolamine
Monomethyl
Aniline
Monomethyl
Hydrazine
Morpholine
Naphtha (Coal
Tar)
Naphtha
(Petroleum)
Neopentane
Nitrobenzene
Nitroethane
Nitromethane
1Nitropropane
2Nitropropane
n-Nonane
Nonene
Nonyl Alcohol

141-43-5

85

410

2.1

0.4

78-96-6

77

374

2.6

1.1

100-61-8

60-34-4

23

194 2.5

92.0

1.6

110-91-8
8030-30-6

C*
D

II
II

35
42

310 1.4
277

11.2

3.0

8030-30-6

D*4

42

288 1.1

5.9

2.5

463-82-1
98-95-3
79-24-3
75-52-5
108-03-2

D5
D
C
C
C

450 1.4
482 1.8
414 3.4
418 7.3
421 2.2

8.3

I
I
I

-65
88
28
35
34

2.6
4.3
2.6
2.1
3.1

0.3
20.7
36.1
10.1

79-46-9

C*

28

428 2.6

11.0

3.1

17.1

111-84-2
27214-95-8
143-08-8

D5
D
D

I
I

31

205 0.8
0.8
0.8

2.9

4.4
4.4
5.0

4.4

IIA

0.02

IIA

111-65-9
25377-83-7
111-87-5

D*5
D
D

I
I

206 1.0
230 0.9

6.5

3.9
3.9
4.5

14.0

IIA

0.94

0.08

IIA

1.05

109-66-0
71-41-0
107-87-9
109-67-1
109-68-2
626-38-0

D*5
D*
D
D
D
D

I
I
I
I
I
I

n-Octane
Octene
n-Octyl
Alcohol
n-Pentane
1-Pentanol
2-Pentanone
1-Pentene
2-Pentene
2-Pentyl
Acetate

61.5

460

-40

2639

223 1.2

10.9

2.5

10.5

478 2.4

8.0

2.6

42.2

482

13
8

-40
33
7
-18
-18
23

IIA

0.5

243 1.5
300 1.2
452 1.5
275 1.5
1.1

10.1

0.95
IIA

6.1

7.8
10.0
8.2
8.7
7.5

2.5
3.0
3.0
2.4
2.4
4.5

IIA
1286
IIA
IIA

513
2.5
35.6
639.7

0.92

0.28

0.97

0.94
0.87
1.17
0.84

0.93

IIA
0.99

Phenylhydrazi
ne
Process Gas >
30% H2
Propane
1-Propanol
2-Propanol
Propiolactone

100-63-0

89

1333-74-0

B **

GAS

74-98-6
71-23-8
67-63-0
57-57-8

D*
D*
D*
D

GAS
I
I

Propionaldehy 123-38-6
de
Propionic Acid 79-09-4

C
D

Propionic
123-62-6
Anhydride
n-Propyl
109-60-4
Acetate
n-Propyl Ether 111-43-3

3.7

0.03

520 4.0

75.0

0.1

-104
15
12

450 2.1
413 2.2
399 2.0
2.9

9.5
13.7
12.7

1.6
2.1
2.1
2.5

20.7
45.4
2.2

-9

207 2.6

17.0

2.0

318.5

II

54

466 2.9

12.1

2.5

3.7

74

285 1.3

9.5

4.5

1.4

14

450 1.7

8.0

3.5

33.4

C*

21

215 1.3

7.0

3.5

62.3

Propyl Nitrate 627-13-4

B*

20

175 2.0

100.0

Propylene
Propylene
Dichloride
Propylene
Oxide
Pyridine
Styrene
Tetrahydrofura
n
Tetrahydronap
hthalene
Tetramethyl
Lead
Toluene
n-Tridecene
Triethylamine
Triethylbenzen
e
2,2,3Trimethylbuta
ne
2,2,4Trimethylbuta
ne
2,2,3Trimethylpent
ane
2,2,4Trimethylpent
ane
2,3,3Trimethylpent
ane
Tripropylamin
e
Turpentine
n-Undecene
Unsymmetrica
l Dimethyl
Hydrazine

115-07-1
78-87-5

D*
D

GAS
I

-108
16

455 2.0
557 3.4

11.1
14.5

1.5
3.9

51.7

75-56-9

B(C) * 1

-37

449 2.3

36.0

2.0

534.4

110-86-1
100-42-5
109-99-9

D*
D*
C*

I
I
I

20
31
-14

482 1.8
490 0.9
321 2.0

12.4
6.8
11.8

2.7
3.6
2.5

20.8
6.1
161.6

119-64-2

IIIA

385 0.8

5.0

4.6

0.4

75-74-1

II

108-88-3
2437-56-1
121-44-8
25340-18-5

D*
D
C*
D

I
IIIA
I

38
4
-9
83

480 1.1
0.6
249 1.2

442

D5

407

D5

396

D5

415

D5

425

II

41

8006-64-2
28761-27-5
57-14-7

D
D
C*

I
IIIA
I

35
-15

0.45

0.25

0.82

0.65

0.97
0.89
1.00

1.05

0.28

0.91
1.32

0.13

0.70

IIA
IIA
IIB

0.54

IIA

0.24

IIA

0.75

1.21
0.87

9.2

D5

102-69-2

IIA
IIA

0.019

253 0.8
0.7
249 2.0

7.1
8.0
56.0

3.1
6.4
3.5
5.6

28.53
593.4
68.5

4.9

1.5

1.13

4.8
95.0

5.5
1.9

0.85

Valeraldehyde 110-62-3

280

222

Vinyl Acetate 108-05-4


Vinyl Chloride 75-01-4

D*
D*

I
GAS

-6
-78

402 2.6
472 3.6

Vinyl Toluene 25013-15-4

52

494 0.8

3.0

34.3

13.4
33.0

3.0
2.2

113.4

11.0

4.1

IIA

0.70

0.94
0.96

Vinylidene
75-35-4
D
I
570 6.5
15.5
3.4
599.4
3.91
Chloride
Xylene
1330-20-7
D*
I
25
464 0.9
7.0
3.7
IIA
0.2
Xylidine
121-69-7
C
IIIA
63
371 1.0
4.2
0.7
* Material has been classified by test.
** Fuel and process gas mixtures found by test not to present hazards similar to those of hydrogen, may be grouped based on the test results.
NOTES:
1 If explosionproof equipment is isolated by sealing all conduits 1/2 in. or larger, in accordance with Section 501-5(a) of NFPA 70, National Electrical Code, equipment for the group classification shown in parentheses
is permitted.
2 For classification of areas involving ammonia, see Safety Code for Mechanical Refrigeration, ANSI/ASHRAE 15, and Safety Requirements for the Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia, ANSI/CGA G2.1.
3 Certain chemicals may have characteristics that require safeguards beyond those required for any of the above groups. Carbon disulfide is one of these chemicals because of its low autoignition temperature and the
small joint clearance necessary to arrest its flame propagation.
4 Petroleum naphtha is a saturated hydrocarbon mixture whose boiling range is 68F to 275F (20C to 135C). It is also known as benzine, ligroin, petroleum ether, and naphtha.
5 Commercial grades of aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents are mixtures of several isomers of the same chemical formula (or molecular weight). The autoignition temperatures of the individual isomers are significantly
different. The electrical equipment should be suitable for the AIT of the solvent mixture. (See A-2-1, Table Note 5.)
6 Type is used to designate if the material is a gas, flammable liquid, or combustible liquid. (See 2-2.6 and 2-2.7.)
7 Vapor pressure reflected in units of mm Hg at 77F (25C) unless stated otherwise.
8 Class I, Zone Groups are based upon Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Part 20: Data for flammable gases and vapors, relating to the use of electrical apparatus, IEC 79-20 (1996).