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Bowes, P.C., 1954. SPONTANEOUS HEATING AND IGNITION OF FISHMEAL. Fire Research Notes 102
A review has been prepared of literature on the spontaneous heating and ignition of fishmeal, and some laboratory tests of the heating have been carried out. The necessary conditions for the storage and carriage of bagged fishmeal without risk of spontaneous heating appear to be, first, drying the meal to a moisture content of between six and twelve per cent and, second, adequate curing of the freshly prepared meal.