Monday, November 14, 2011

Replacing Halon in Fire Protection Systems: A Progress Report

By Robin Bennett, Hazardous Material Leader, Product Development. Environmental Performance Strategy

The aerospace industry has been working to find effective replacements for halon
in airplane fire-extinguishing and suppression systems since production of the chemical
was banned in 1994. industry has conducted extensive research on halon alternatives,
but fully replacing the chemical will require multiple regulatory approvals and the
cooperation of all stakeholders. Click Here to read more

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