There is no difference; only the classes of materials make a difference.
Flammable liquids ignite spontaneously and are highly hazardous. Combustible liquids require a spark or flame to ignite.
Flammable liquids ignite at low temperatures; whereas combustible liquids need to be raised to higher temperatures to ignite.
Flammable liquids are reactive and cannot be mixed with other materials.
Use a hand truck and strap
Hand-carry the cylinder with two people
Roll it along the floor
All of the above
None of the above
Only for transport
To cap the cylinder after every shift
Only when in the presence of a fuel gas
Before and after use as well as for transport