Combustible means able to burn. Combustible materials have the ability to burn or catch fire under specific conditions. Combustible materials are typically characterized by their flammability and their ability to release heat and produce flames when exposed to an ignition source.

Examples of combustible materials in the industrial setting include fuels, gases, solvents, and certain types of chemicals.

See also:
"Combustible" is in the HS Code "3606"
Ferro-Cerium And Other Pyrophoric Alloys In All Forms; Articles Of Combustible Materials As Specifie

"Combustible" is in the UNSPSC Code "26131701"
Combustible or hazardous gas detectors for power generators

Ref: 86515/2006-09-15

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