High and Low Temperature Test Chambers Safety Limits for Test Samples This test must not be used for the following substances or tests containing these substances: 1. Explosives: 1. Nitroglycol (ethylene glycol dinitrate), nitroglycerine (glycerol trinitrate), nitrocellulose, and other explosive nitrates. 2. Trinitrobenzene, trinitrotoluene, trinitrophenol (picric acid) and other explosive nitro compounds. 3. Peracetic acid, methyl ethyl ketone peroxide, benzoyl peroxide and other organic peroxides. Second, combustibles: 1. Spontaneous Combustion: Metals: Lithium, Potassium, Sodium, Yellow Phosphorus, Phosphorous Sulfide, Red Phosphorus. Celluloids: calcium carbide (calcium carbide), phosphatized lime, magnesium powder, aluminum powder, sodium bisulfite. 2. Oxide properties: (1) Potassium chlorate, sodium chlorate, ammonium chlorate and other chlorates. (2) Potassium peroxyate, sodium peroxyate, ammonium peroxoate, and other peroxyacid salts. (3) Potassium peroxide, sodium peroxide, barium peroxate, and other inorganic peroxides. (4) Potassium nitrate, sodium nitrate and other nitrates. (5) Potassium hypochlorite and other hypochlorite. (6) Sodium chlorite and other chlorites. 3. Inflammables: (1) Ether, gasoline, acetaldehyde, propylene oxide, carbon disulfide, and other substances that have a flash point of less than -30°C. (2) Normal ethane, ethylene oxide, acetone, benzene, methyl ethyl ketone, and other substances with a flash point above -30°C but less than 0°C. (3) Methanol, ethanol, dimethylbenzene, amyl acetate, and other substances that have a flash point of less than 0°C above 0°C. (4) Kerosene, gasoline, turpentine, isoamyl alcohol, acid vinegar, and other substances that have a flash point of more than 30°C and less than 65°C. 4. Flammable gases: Hydrogen, acetylene, ethylene, methane, ethane, propane, butane, and other gases that may combust at 1 atmosphere at 15°C.