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compiled by
Dan Miethke of Spark Fire Dance
FLASH POINT °CAvailabilityManufacturerNotesAssayCarbon Chain length
(The higher the chain # and flash point, the more complex and dangerous the soot)
DANGEROUS INGREDIENTS, as liquid or vapour, in an amount of possible concern. *Note this is my guess!AROMATICS
(Ultra low aromatics is ESSENTIAL)
BENZENE
extremely carcinogenic
TOULENEN-HEXANE / HEXANECYCLOHEXANEXYLENEN-HeptaneAKATech sheetsMSDSOther Files
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Index Isopar range
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ISOPAR C -8worldwide / industrialExxonmobilhereC7-C9N<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01
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ISOPAR E7worldwide / industrialExxonmobilDans low flash point favorite, used for DragonehereC7-C9N<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01Data_Sheet_Exxon Isopar E.pdfISOPAR E MSDS.pdfData_Sheet_Isopar_Fluid_E - USA 2016.pdf
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ISOPAR G41worldwide / industrialExxonmobilDans high flash point favorite, used for CirqueC9-C11N<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01Data_Sheet_Isopar_Fluid_G.pdfISOPAR G MSDS.pdf
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ISOPAR H54worldwide / industrialExxonmobilC11-C12N<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01Data_Sheet_Isopar_Fluid_H.pdf
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ISOPAR K57worldwide / industrialExxonmobilC11-C13N<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01Data_Sheet_Isopar_Fluid_K.pdf
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ISOPAR L64worldwide / industrialExxonmobilslight noticable odour as the flashpoint gets higher, Heavier vapours after extinguishingC11-C13N<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01Data_Sheet_Isopar_Fluid_L.pdf
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ISOPAR M95worldwide / industrialExxonmobilDoes not burn wellC11-C16N<0.05<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01Data_Sheet_Isopar_Fluid_M.pdf
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ISOPAR V129worldwide / industrialExxonmobilImpractical flash pointC14-C19N<0.05<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01<0.01
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PRIMUS Powerfuel-49UK / Switzerland / Sweden / EUPRIMUS (sweden HQ)great low flash point option in europe. (Note new version just released 2017 not as good, has some odour)Maybe, N-Heptane VapourNNNNN10-25%Primus - power fuel MSDS.pdf
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COLEMANS Camping Fuel -18USAColemansgood, but 'up to' 25% hexane is a lot. possible long term health concern. Smell has a bite to ithereC5-C9Y<0.001%up to 25%up to 15%White gasColemans MSDS.pdfTSD Coleman Fuel Meth Labs 10'8'03.pdf
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UPLO?USALamplight farmsMSDS listed flashpoint doesn't make sense (121c?) incorrecthereC14-C16NLamplight Farms Ultra-Pure Lamp Oil MSDS.pdf
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ZIPPO Lighter Fluid
/ Premium / Blend C
-7worldwidegood worldwide availability, but has benzenepremium herepremium C7-C9
standard C6-C10
Yfrom <0.1% (Zippo Blend C) up to 2% Depending on blend<7%<3.5%<8%Zippo Lighter Fluid -Blend C - MSDS GHS-032013.pdfZIPPO_MSDS 2% benzene.pdf
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RONSONOL Lighter fluid5worldwidegood worldwide availability, but has hexanehereC6-C11Y??Hexane, 2-Methyl 3-4% weight
Hexane, 3-Methyl 3-4% weight
Ronsonol Lighter Fluid - MSDS GHS-072012.pdf
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ISOFLAMME12FranceProflammesystem / pyrofoliesgreat - professional - Small amounts availNFDS 16 points Isoflamme.pdf
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PROFLAMME18FranceProflammesystem / pyrofoliesgreat - professional - Small amounts availNFDS 16 points Proflamme.pdf
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AQUAFLAMME30FranceProflammesystem / pyrofoliesgreat - professional - Small amounts availNFDS 16 points Aquaflamme.pdf
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ESSENCE C-12FranceC6-C7maybe, up to 5% hexane, not much compared to colemans?<5% n- hexaneFUEL_ESSENCE_C MSDS.pdf
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ESSENCE F7Francegood, would like to know more about its particular constituents, has a little bite in the odourC7-C9?< 0.01 %ESSENCE F MSDS.pdfEssence F Fiche Tech.pdf
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KERDANE France - 1L, 5L, 20Lavailable in a range of flashpoints. Smelly, some brands/types worse than others? Essentially paraffin but slightly dearomitised so a bit betterC10-C13<2%Petrole dearomatise
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IP15544FranceTotal FluidsLooks like an ISOPAR G equivalent from Total FranceC9 - C110Total Fluids Isoparrafin range
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SHELLSOL T / TK61Australia / worldwide / industrialShellgood high flashpoint option but more odour than the Isopar range<100 (mg/kg)<5 (mg/kg)shellsol t_eu_118.pdfShellsol_TK.pdf
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DUNASOL 180/22055HungaryHexanGora's recommendation0.50%<0.01DUNASOL_180.220.pdf
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VELIND LAMPENÖL62GermanyVELIND AerosolUsed by the Fire-Space.com crew due to storage regulations. Heavy vapours after prop extinguished, some odourC10-C14<2%MSDS en_VELIND Lampenoel .pdfFIRESPACE LAMP OIL GER Sicherheitsdatenblatt_Velind_Lampenoel (1).pdf
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SBP 100/1401GER/AUTShellUsed in Vienna, good but 5% hexanemaybe, up to 5% hexane, not much compared to colemas0.001%5%SpezialBenzinSpezialbenzin 100I140 Datasheet-.pdfSpecial_Benzin_100_140_MSDS (GB-2.pdf
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1-BUTANOLBurns like Ethanol, needs some isoparrafin mixed in to make visible flame, expensive
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2-BUTANOL24Vatra tried at firedrums?
Used in some liquid Flame Jets by pyrotechs
N2-Methyl-2-butanol, tert-Amyl alcohol MSDS 2-BUTANOL.pdf
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BFK07-40worldwideELFUsed by Dragone productions previously0.7<0.1BFK 07 by ELF - Dragone Fuel.zip
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RECOSOL G40AustraliaRochem Brisbane
http://www.recochem.com.au/
Matt Askey has used it and doesn't remember it being super clean<100ppmIndustrial_Recosol_G_PDS_Apr10.pdfRecosol_G MSDFS_v5
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ROCOPAR G (perhaps now renamed recosol G)40AustraliaRochem Brisbane
http://www.recochem.com.au/
Smaller amounts dragonmill.com.au
Aparantly Custom refined Isopar G (TBC), Rustys recommendation.
SEE ABOVE
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Fakir BenzinGermany Sam feuershow shopEvaporates too quickly to use on a warm night, faster evap than ANY other fuel we've tried
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ToyfluidsGER / Ships internationalSam feuershow shopRebranded IsoparsNA
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Charcoal Lighter fluidsvariesVarious/worldwidePicnic / Supagrill / HEBOften the only high flash point choices in UAE/Qatar/Kuwait/KSA/Mexico
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VM&P NAPHTHA10worldwideVM&P makes up 81% of Zippo lighter fluidhereBenzin, NaphthaVM&P Naphthamsds.pdf
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AMSOL TX6MalaysiaAmoilBurns orange, not as brightAmsol TX 6.docAmsol TX 6 MSDS.doc
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TOPSOL BF-20ThailandThaioilY
N-Hexane
3 - 10 %
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SOLVENT 1141New ZealandC9-C12
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PEGASOL 3440New Zealand?MobilOut of production?
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SARASOL 4042ShellHaven't tried. possible alternativeC10-14sarasol_40.pdfsarasol 40 singapore MSDS.rtf
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EXXOSOL
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KEROSENE / PARAFFINPLEASE DON'T Its toxic and smells like shit to you and your audienceLets put it this way, Kerosene and Paraffin are frequently used to induce tumors in rats for scietific studies
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Aromatic toxicity details ---->http://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/Benzenehttp://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/Toluenehttp://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/Hexanehttp://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/cycloHexanehttp://www.toxipedia.org/display/toxipedia/Xylene
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Acute exposure to benzene can lead to nervous system ailments such as dizziness, drowsiness, and eventual unconsciousness. Chronic exposure has more pernicious effects. Liver enzymes convert benzene to more toxic metabolites which can affect the bone marrow by crippling blood cell production , causing anemia, and can lead to leukemia.
It is also a known carcinogen and may lead to higher levels of leukemia.
High levels of toluene may affect kidney function.
Hexane is a neurotoxicant and exposure can cause numbness in the feet and hands and later weakness or numbness throughout the arms and legs.
Repeated exposure to hexane may have adverse health effects over the long term including decreased motor nerve conduction, changes in vision, and muscle weakness. Chronic exposure is only a worry if you constantly handle hexane or hexane containing solvents.


Acute exposure to large doses can affect the nervous system, and cyclohexane is a mild eye and skin irritant. Its long term toxicity is considered very lowLow levels of exposure to xylene have no known health effects to humans. However, high levels of exposure for short or long periods can cause headaches, lack of muscle coordination, dizziness, confusion, and changes in one's sense of balance.
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NIOSH recommended exposure limit 100 ppm over an 8-hour workday
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