The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is seeking input from MRO providers that service halon systems and components as part of a global effort to quantify halon emissions and remaining reserves. Long recognized as an effective, economical fire-suppression agent, halon also contributes to ozone depletion. Halon's production was banned in 1994, but some applications--including aviation fire-suppression--were classified as essential, and allowed to continue, using existing, ...

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