Nitrogen Generation for Aircraft Fuel Tank Inerting
For years, nitrogen has been used to inert the headspace in combat aircraft fuel tanks. In 1996, the crash of TWA flight 800 brought the issue of explosive fuel vapors to the forefront for commercial aviation as well. Early on in the development of the OBIGGS (On-Board Inert Gas Generation System), On Site Gas engineers worked with a number of companies, and the FAA, to determine the best method for inerting the empty tanks of commercial aircraft. We continue to be a leader in the product design, development and consulting side of that business. As always, our engineers are available for consultation and custom system design.
Required Gas: Nitrogen
Purity Range: 95 - 99.999%
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