inertion


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Comes with local nitrogen inertion, control unit and a high-precision axis control.
The conference provides a unique forum for the presentation of halon alternatives in fire suppression, explosion suppression, the inertion of flammable environments, and the protection of assets.
The literature typically calls for a peak temperature of 235[degrees]C, which may be feasible under excellent nitrogen inertion.