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Penn State University Hot Work Permits

Penn State University Hot Work Permits

Fire Potential • Heat

Fire Potential • Heat Source Temp * • Electric Arc Welder : 10,900ºF • O2 / Acetylene Torch : 6,330ºF • Propane Torch : 3,595F • Welding Torch Slag : >2,000ºF • Electric Heat Gun : 600 – 1,350ºF • Radial Metal Cut Saw : >1,000ºF • Wheel Grinder : 1,000ºF • Ignition Temp * • Styrene : 914ºF • Typical Asphalt : 905ºF • Polyurethane Foam : 824ºF • Lubricating Oil : 500 - 700ºF • Mineral Spirits : 473ºF • Wood Products : 380 - 800ºF • Corrugated Paper : 380 - 500ºF * Information provided by FM Global

Is Hot Work Necessary?? Question to Ask: Can the job be avoided or is there a safer way? • Before beginning any hot work, ask yourself if the work can be done a safer way. Hot work is potentially very hazardous and should be avoided if not absolutely necessary.

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