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No Flash Point for EnSolv and nPB

See the video in the blog proving without a doubt the non-existence of a flash point for nPB.

This video first shows a flash point test for Trans Dichloroethylene (DCE), a halogenated solvent used in degreasing solvents with similar properties to n-Propyl Bromide. A flash point is recorded at temperatures of -14°C for Trans Dichloroethylene. The same test is performed for n-Propyl Bromide and no flash is recorded from temperatures between -16°C and 23°C.
 
– The test was conducted from -16°C to 23°C
– Conclusively, no flash was seen at any temperature interval
*The Flash Point test for nPB starts at 4:14*