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You also have three unsafe-gear indicators, and you're wearing an oxygen mask to keep from being overcome by fuel vapors.
An even more ominous risk is a sudden release of fuel vapors caused by failure a pressurized tank and entrapment of such vapors inside the boat hull.
Adding this film to the tank's composition prevents fuel vapors from reaching the atmosphere.
This eliminates the potential for fires as a result of combustible fuel vapors being ignited by arcing from damaged or exposed electrical wires or panels.
If the burner does not light, wait two seconds for fuel vapors to clear in the boiler and try the START BURNER button again for one second.
Its alarms, gas measurement scales and calibration gases are specially tailored for use in environments containing jet fuel vapors.
The inerting system includes the conditioned air supply and electronic control, as well as nitrogen-enriched air generation and distribution, reducing the flammability of fuel vapors in the aircraft's fuel tanks and increasing aircraft safety.
Its alarms, gas measurement scales and calibration gases are all specially tailored for use in environments containing jet fuel vapors.
A unique safety feature allows the sensors to be completely enclosed so the fuel level can be measured without fuel or fuel vapors coming into contact with electrical components.
The introduction of this gas will reduce the oxygen content in fuel vapors inside the tank and therefore lower the flammability of the fuel tanks.
uses multiple encapsulated vortexes to provide pure fuel vapors to gasoline and diesel engines to produce very high fuel efficiency ratings.
RAE Systems has helped a number of major airlines, aircraft manufacturers and military services to create programs that utilize the MultiRAE's PID (Photoionization Detector) instead of traditional Wheatstone bridge LEL (Lower Explosive Limit) sensors for measuring jet fuel vapors and providing worker safety.