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IP 34 - Flash Point

 

We perform testing by IP 34 to measure the temperature at which a volatile material vaporizes and forms an ignitable mixture; this is called the flash point. This test is useful for measuring the volatility and purity of a material. Flash Point by IP 34 uses a Pensky-Martens manual or automated closed cup tester. A sample is placed in the closed cup and is heated. An ignition source is directed into the cup at regular intervals until the sample vapor ignites or 'flashes.'

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IP 34 corresponds to ISO 2719 and ASTM D93.