Halon Use In Aviation Could Extend 30 Years

Practical alternatives to Halon, an ozone-depleting hydrocarbon used for fire-extinguishing systems in cockpits, engines, lavatories and cargo holds, are still a few decades away from mass development. Halon has been banned by the EU for non-critical uses since 2003 and has not been produced in...

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