Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 15:49:31 -0400
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Subject: Re: Solvent listing by Flammability Class
Comments: cc: "Latimer, Lee"
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My company sells an NFPA rating chart that lists over 500 common 
chemicals .  It doesn't list the flammability classes, but as we've 
seen from previous discussion those are correlated to the NFPA 

Rob Toreki

>Can someone direct me to a listing of solvents by NFPA Class?  (i.e.
>Triethylamine, Flammable Class I-B or the reverse)  I'm hopeful to not have
>to look it up on every MSDS and even to obtain a suitable wall chart.
>Many thanks for any help,
>Lee Latimer

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