Please find below a list of ASTM standards and testing as part of the Stonehouse Process Safety laboratory testing capabilities.  If you would like to inquire or a Request a Quote on any of the tests listed below, please contact us.

Test Method Test
ASTM E1226 Go/No-Go Explosibility Screening
ASTM E1226 Explosion Severity (Pmax, (dp/dt)max, & Kst)
ASTM E2019 Minimum Ignition Energy (MIE)
ASTM E1491 Minimum Autoignition Temperature - Cloud (MIT)
ASTM E2021 Hot-Surface Ignition Temperature - Layer (LIT)
ASTM E1515 Minimum Explosible Concentration (MEC)
ASTM E2931 Limiting Oxidant Concentration (LOC)
ASTM D4442 Moisture Content Measurement
ASTM D1921 Particle Size (Sieve) Analysis
OSHA NEP Percent Combustible Dust/ Material
ASTM D257 Volume Resistivity
ASTM D257 Charge Relaxation (Decay) Time
ASTM D257 Electrostatic Chargeability
ASTM D257 Surface Resistivity
ASTM D257 Volume Resistivity
ASTM D257 Charge Relaxation (Decay) Time
ASTM D3755 Breakdown Voltage
AD HOC Electrostatic Discharge Testing - Solid Materials
IEC 61340-4-4 Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container (FIBC)
ASTM D4308 Liquid Conductivity
ASTM D93 Flash Point
ASTM E659 Auto-Ignition Temperature
ASTM E681 Limits of Flammability
ASTM D2879 Vapor Pressure (by Isoteniscope)
IChem.E. Air Over Layer
IChem.E. Bulk Powder
IChem.E. Aerated Powder
UN Div 4.1 / EPA1030 Burning Rate
VDI 2263, Part 1 Self-Heating Temperature (Grewer)
UN Test N.4* Self-Heating Substances - Basket Test
DOT/UN Div 5.1 Oxidizing Solids
EPA 1030-Step 11.1 Burning Rate - EPA (Screening)
EPA 1030-Step 11.2 Burning Rate - EPA (Triplicate)
EPA 1050 C Self-Heating Substances - EPA (100mm Basket)
EPA 1050 C Self-Heating Substances - EPA (25mm Basket)
DOt/UN Test N.4 Burning Rate

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