2 edition of safety match found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||80 p. pl.|
|Number of Pages||80|
Finland prohibited safety match book use of white phosphorus infollowed by Denmark inFrance inSwitzerland inand the Netherlands in Instead, red dye is added to the tip of the match to indicate it's the end that catches on fire. The Diamond Match Company later purchased Pusey's patent and moved the striking surface to the exterior of the packaging. He also encouraged his customers to give away matchbooks as a promotional item. Thomas; Hiemann, Jim; Dyer, Rod
The Diamond Match Company purchased the rights to this patent in He found that this could ignite heads that did not need to contain white phosphorus. The strike was focused on the severe health complications of working with white phosphorussuch as phossy jaw. This provides a small amount of fuel to transfer the flame from the burning chemicals on the tip to the matchstick itself.
Antimony trisulfide cannot be ignited by the heat of friction, even in the presence of an oxidizing safety match book like potassium chlorate, and it requires another source of ignition to start the combustion. Check out our additional ideas on how to use our Fire Safety Week coloring pages for reading activities. This idea—coupled with the discovery of less-reactive, nontoxic red phosphorus—led J. The match was ignited by dipping its tip in a small asbestos bottle filled with sulfuric acid. The idea for separating the chemicals had been introduced in in the form of two-headed matches known in France as Allumettes Androgynes.
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The heads of safety matches are composed of a single part. Once the paraffin burns off, the ammonium phosphate in the matchstick prevents any further combustion. The safety match book of a safety match book is special, too. The cover tabs 18 are placed in their final angulated or bent form as seen in FIG.
Will, disclosing a striking surface normally positioned between several folds of a snap-up portion of the match book cover.
One prior art patent, namely, U. But an ingenious man devised the system of impregnating little sticks of pinewood with sulfur and storing them ready for use. There has just been described a novel safety matchbook having a match striking surface positioned within a pouch-like section of the matchbook cover to enable insertion and subsequent ignition of a match head only when a specific sequence of forces are applied to the matchbook pouch-like section, thereby preventing an infant or young child not possessed of the required coordination from igniting a match.
The chemicals involved in modern matches are generally safe, but that wasn't always the case: [Hennig Brand or Brandt, also known as Dr. Matches allow for a portable, easy-to-use source of fire. Sheet 12 is sharply folded at a first fold line 14 a predetermined first distance from a first cover sheet end 12a to form an opening flap 15 for match book They contain antimony trisulfide, potassium chlorate, sulfur, powdered glass, inert fillers, and animal glue.
Accordingly, it is the primary object of the present invention to provide a novel safety match book cover for preventing accidental ignition of a match head.
However, it should be apparent that the application of force in the direction of arrow B becomes unnecessary if the cover material is sufficiently resilient or if the matchsticks are of sufficient strength.
In contrast, early matches relied on white phosphorus, which is unstable and likely to burst into flame in air.
However, it is common practice and generally known that users do not close the cover of the conventional match book before striking a match, and thus there is a safety match book hazard in the normal use of a match book.
Inthere were over active collectors in The Rathkamp Matchcover Society  The Voice of the Hobby Sincesafety match book over 20 countries worldwide. The Diamond Match Company later purchased Pusey's patent and moved the striking surface to the exterior of the packaging.
Accordingly, it is an object of this invention to provide a match book safety case which is reliable and is arranged so that it can not be circumvented or obviated by the user safety match book must therefore use the case in its safe manner before striking a match.
The belt carries them through the rest of the process, where they are dipped into several chemical tanks, dried, and packaged in boxes. If the child is unable to read the sentence that goes with the Fire Safety Week coloring page, have them click on each word to hear the sentence.Apr 27, · What Is a Match Head Made Of?
If you've ever tried to strike a safety match on sandpaper, you know that it won't ignite. The heads of these matches contain only sulfur, potassium chlorate, fillers and glass powder. When you strike the match on the special surface on the side of the box, however, the heat of friction converts a small amount.
Oct 25, · Fun interactive printable Fire Safety Week coloring pages for kids to color online. Fire Safety coloring page reader. Great mouse practice for toddlers, preschool kids, and elementary students. Book of Matches - part of the learn-to-read, read-to-me series of reading games.
A match is a tool for starting a wild galisend.comlly, matches are made of small wooden sticks or stiff galisend.com end is coated with a material that can be ignited by frictional heat generated by striking the match against a suitable surface.
Wooden matches are packaged in matchboxes, and paper matches are partially cut into rows and stapled into matchbooks.Mar 13, · Pdf safety match book having a pdf cover enclosing a plurality of matchsticks each having an end tearably fastened to at least one binding strip; a match striking surface formed on an interior surface of the match book cover normally abutting one binding strip; and means for fastening the match book cover to all the strips in a region between the striking surface and another end of the .Safety Message Vintage Airline Match Boxes Aviation Art Travel Memories Vintage Advertisements Transporter Book Covers Aircraft Vintage Airline, Comic Books, Comics, Cover, Drawing Cartoons, Comic, Comic Book, Comic Book, Blanket.Although safety matches ebook less of a hazard, many people still preferred the convenience ebook strike-anywhere matches, and both types continue to be used today.
The first matchbook matches were patented in the United States by Joshua Pussey in The Diamond Match Company purchased the rights to this patent in