For the purposes of this Section, the following terms are defined:
Flammable or explosive
"Flammable or explosive" materials are materials which produce flammable or explosive vapors or gases under ordinary weather temperature, including liquids with an open cup flash point of less than 100 degrees F.
"Free burning" materials are materials constituting an active fuel.
"Intense burning" materials are materials which by virtue of low ignition temperature, high rate of burning, and large heat evolution burn with great intensity.
"Moderate burning" materials are materials which in themselves burn moderately and may contain small quantities of a higher grade of combustibility.
Open cup flash point
The "open cup flash point" is the temperature at which a liquid sample produces sufficient vapor to flash but not ignite when in contact with a flame in a Tagliabue open cup tester.
Original sealed containers
"Original sealed containers" are containers with a capacity of not more than 55 gallons.
"Slow burning" materials are materials which will not ignite or actively support combustion during an exposure for five minutes to a temperature of 1,200 degrees F. and which, therefore, do not constitute an active fuel.