The lowest temperature at which a liquid gives off sufficient vapor to form an ignitable mixture
with the air near the surface of the liquid or within a container. [Painting/Coatings Dictionary]
Material with flash points below 100°F (38°C), such as most solvents and solvent-borne coatings,
are considered dangerous. The standard method for flash point is defined in ASTM D 3941.

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