- switch loading
- The loading of a high static-charge retaining hydrocarbon (diesel fuel) into a tank truck, tank car, or other vessels that has previously contained a low flash hydrocarbon (gasoline) and may contain a flammable mixture of vapor and air.
Petroleum refining glossary. 2013.
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