August 2008 Issue
Fire in the Hole
Is an extinguisher just extra weight or an essential part of your aircraft systems?
We’re all used to the standard red canister fire extinguisher, often encased behind glass, that we’ve grown up with at school, work and at home. But the need to put out flames in racecars has brought about a new generation of extinguishers, suitable for aircraft, which offers effective protection in a small and attractive package.
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