High Flash Kerosene
High Flash Kerosene is a clear liquid also known narrow cut kerosene is kerosene but with a higher flash point. The flash point of HF Kerosene is 79ºC with a boiling range of 198-237 ºC. It is a refined hydrocarbon with a slow evaporation rate and is safer to use compared to other solvents. Higher flash point reduces the risk of hazardous and is defined as non-dangerous goods.
High Flash Kerosene Uses
The product is used in a variety of applications similar to kerosene. High flash kerosene is used in degreasing formulations, ideal as a parts bath due to its slow evaporation rate and high flash point. It can be used in road maintenance, mechanical workshops and engineering sectors as a cleaning solvent. Using High Flash Kerosene has a cutter has proven to be more effective in the binders’ ability to “wet” the aggregate surface in spray and sealing applications.
Kerosene vs. High Flash Kerosene
When it comes to using Kerosene as a degreaser, High Flash Kerosene works similar but is a much safer product, especially for the work place. The higher flash point of the Kerosene means that it is less prone to igniting compared to Kerosene. Both work similar so it is up to you which one you use.