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The halocarbon agent

 the internal temperature and pressure of the extinguisher vessel, the pressure of the REACH™ "holding" tank, etc. 
 
 
Contaminated halon may cause corrosion damage to the fire extinguisher vessel. The recovery rate varies as a function of the amount of halon to be reclaimed,
 
 
Fire extinguishing properties may also be affected. Plus, agent sizing criteria would have 
This equates to a recovery may cause corrosion damage to the fire extinguisher rate range of four pounds per minute to six pounds per minute depending on the initial conditions.
 
 
 is fed via a standard cylinder connection, from the pressure vessel fill port to be adjusted from D5632-95 ASTM Type 11. 
 
 
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Halon Recovery 

Contaminated halon  vessel. Fire extinguishing properties may also be affected
 
 




 

 

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