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There is news that lighters cannot be placed in cigarette cases. If the liquid leaks out and gets on the cigarette, people will have bad effects if they smoke it. Is this statement true? Where is the lighter safe?
Commonly used constant flow valve lighters, the fuel is butane, propane, etc., will become gaseous in the atmosphere, and there is no liquid inflow. Some of them are kerosene, but it is not clear whether the inhalation of kerosene into the lungs will cause any problems.
A lighter is a small fire-making device. It is mainly used to make fire for smoking, but also for cooking and other fires. The main components of the lighter are the ignition mechanism and the gas storage tank. When the ignition mechanism operates, sparks burst out and shoot to the gas area to ignite the gas. The ignition mechanism is the most active part of the evolution of lighters, and it is also part of a more complex structure.
Butane, propane, and petroleum-liquefied gas are mostly used now. They are pressurized and filled into a closed-air box. Once released into the air, they absorb heat and vaporize and expand rapidly, which is very easy to ignite.
Where is the safe place to put the lighter?
1. Do not store lighters near gas tanks and pipes to prevent the lighter from exploding and detonating the gas. Some household gas stoves have problems and cannot be ignited automatically. They need to be ignited with a lighter. Therefore, do not put the lighter next to the gas tank after ignition.
2. After the lighter is heated, it is easy to explore. Therefore, do not put the lighter on the window sill or other places exposed to direct sunlight, especially in hot summer, which is even more unsafe.
3. Lighters should be stored away from heat sources to prevent deflagration when heated. Stoves, high-heat lamps, heating machines, and other places that are prone to high heat should be kept as far away as possible.
4. Do not store lighters and firecrackers together.