b'Appendix BAppendix BGeneral Product CharacteristicsFlash FlammableAuto Vapor Products (1) Point Limits Ignition Density(deg. F) (% in air by(deg. F) (air = 1)volume)Natural Gas (2) -300 4.016.0 1000 0.6 Methane -306 5.015.0 1076 0.55 Ethane -211 3.012.5 882 1.04Petroleum Gas (3) -170 2.012.0 800 1 Propane -156 2.19.5 842 1.56 Butane -76 1.98.5 550 2.07 Ethane -211 3.012.5 882 1.04 Ethylene -76 2.736.0 842 0.98 Propylene -162 2.410.3 851 1.49Petroleum Liquids -45 - 240 0.515.0 410 1 Crude Oil -40 - 200 0.68.0 492 4.5 Gasoline -45 1.27.8 536 3.5 Diesel Fuel 100 - 130 0.67.5 494 4.5 Aviation Gasoline -50 1.27.1 824 3.5 Jet Fuel 100 - 140 0.619.0 410 4.5 Fuel Oil 100 - 240 0.67.5 410 4.5 Kerosene 100 - 162 0.75.0 410 4.5 Naphtha -3 1.15.9 550 2.5 Xylene 63 1.07.0 867 3.7Anhydrous Ammonia NA 16.025.0 1204 0.6Carbon Dioxide NA NA NA 1Ethanol55 3.319.0 685 1.6Hydrogen Gas-423 4.075.0 932 0.07Hydrogen Sulfide Gas (H2S) -115 4.044.0 500 1.19General Product Characteristics (6-20-14)Notes:Notes:1.The bolded entries represent broad product categories.The corresponding information has been1.The bolded entries represent broad product categories.The corresponding information has been generalizedgeneralized and may vary depending on the specific product or combination of products transported.and may vary depending on the specific product or combination of products transported.Information shown for Information shown for specific products may also vary by grade or individual manufacturer.specific products may also vary by grade or individual manufacturer.2.Natural gas stored or transported in the liquid state is commonly referred to as LNG.2.Natural gas that is stored or transported in the liquid state is commonly referred to as LNG.3.Petroleum gasses may be transported as a gas or a liquid.When transported as a liquid, they are3.Petroleum gasses may be transported as a gas or a liquid.When transported as a liquid, they are commonly commonly referred to as Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) or Highly Volatilereferred to as Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) or Highly Volatile Liquids (HVL). Liquids (HVL).These products will be in the form a liquid when under pressure but will take the form ofThese products will be in the form a liquid when under pressure but will take the form of a gas when releaseda gas when released to the atmosphere.to the atmosphere.4.This information was compiled from multiple sources: WISER, Wikipedia, and various MSDS sheets.It4.This information was compiled from multiple sources: WISER, Wikipedia, and various SDS sheets.It isis intended to provide general guidance and is not inclusive of all products.Manufacturers MSDSintended to provide general guidance and is not inclusive of all products.Manufacturers SDS sheets shouldsheets should be referred to when specific information is needed.be referred to when specific information is needed.33 2022 by Pipeline Association for Public Awareness'