Chemical and gases


Fires Caused by Spontaneous Combustion or Chemical Reaction
This analysis of fires with "spontaneous combustion or chemical reaction" listed as the heat source includes information on incident type, and where and when the incidents occurred. Also includes selected published incident descriptions.

Fires Starting with Flammable Gas or Combustible Liquid
This report provides an overview of the number of fires and associated losses for flammable gases and flammable or combustible liquids, with sections on all gases and all liquids and separate sections on natural gas, LP-gas, gasoline, Class II combustible liquids, and Class IIIB combustible liquids.

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