The Hazard

A flash fire is a sudden, intense fire caused by ignition of a mixture of air and a dispersed flammable substance such as a solid (including dust), flammable or combustible liquid (such as an aerosol or fine mist), or a flammable gas. It is characterized by high temperature, short duration, and a rapidly moving flame front.

Flash fires are a significant occupational hazard in many industries such as the oil and gas industry, as well as manufacturing industries that generate combustible dust particulates through their ordinary course of work. Only a few seconds can make the difference between life and death. Protective clothing made of flame-resistant materials reduces or prevents thermal injury in the body areas that are covered by the flame-resistant material.

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Suggested Norms

NFPA 2112

Protection against flash fire

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