Relative Self-Ignition Temperature for Solids

When a solid spontaneously ignites at elevated temperatures this phenomenon is called self-ignition. The RSIT (Relative Self-Ignition Temperature for Solids) device is used to measure a solids self-ignition temperature. The RSIT is preliminary used for screening tests for the lowest possible ambient temperature at which a substance will spontaneously combust.

RSIT-AIT400

 

APPLICATION

The self-ignition temperature of a substance is a very important parameter for safety in handling, storing and transporting solid materials.

This parameter is used to set the proper security conditions not just for chemical materials but other substances as well. The results of the measurements are used as data for comparison with other methods of detecting the parameters of flammable substances.

 

 

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