Non Flammable chemicals are special solvents capable of dissolving certain substances, but not others. For example, acetone is a solvent that can dissolve non-polar substances like fats, oils, waxes for paint for automotive finishes, lacquers, and varnishes.
Non-flammable solvents are used in laboratories as a replacement for flammable solvents classified as organic solvents. They are also sometimes found in paint, varnish, or lacquer thinner.
Non-flammable solvents are most often considered to be less hazardous than flammable solvents for humans and the environment. Non-flammable solvents do not release VOCs (volatile organic compounds) into the air or evaporate into toxic gasses, which can cause respiratory problems.
Non-flammable solvents are liquids composed of hydrocarbons that do not combust even if exposed to an ignition source. This type of solvents offers significant safety advantages when compared to traditional solvents. Non-flammable solvents tend to be more expensive than their counterparts but can also be found in certain areas at no cost for use in supervised learning labs. Large companies may provide this type of solvent to schools and universities at no or reduced cost to students who study this field.