“They're doing a process called inerting it, which means taking the volatile gases out and putting safe gases in.”
“The FAA came up with its own design for equipment to install in aircraft to accomplish the inerting.”
“Lastly, it was the persistence of FAA engineers and scientists that made fuel-tank inerting a solution for commercial airplanes.”
“Boeing, an early opponent of nitrogen-inerting devices, more than a year ago made them optional on certain planes but found no takers.”
“GOLDFARB: Well, as you may have heard, recently there's been some promising research using nitrogen, inerting (ph) nitrogen into the fuel vapor part of the gas tank, which in effect would preclude an explosion.”
“Kinnison, even before inerting his ship preparatory to landing, called his commander.”
“Then, inerting her, he gave her a couple of notches of drive and cut her loose, for so a real miner would have done.”
“Comac has chosen Parker to provide the aircraft's hydraulic, fuel and inerting systems, while Honeywell has been selected to provide the auxiliary power units.”
“Parker is honored to have been chosen to supply the fuel, inerting, and hydraulic systems on the C919," said Parker Aerospace Vice President of Asia Pacific Pui Ho.”
“(COMAC); and China Aviation Industry Systems Company (AVIC Systems) held a contract-signing ceremony today naming Parker the fuel, inerting, and hydraulic systems provider for the new COMAC C919 large aircraft, and to announce a joint venture between Parker and AVIC Systems.”
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