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aaircraft fuel tanks

aaircraft fuel tanks

aaircraft fuel tanks

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I look after an info centre of an aircraft design centre. Can any one help me find
the following info, pertaining to Aircraft Fuel tanks?
  - Fire Explosion Separation
  - Sel sealing of fuel tanks in case of small arms fire

Thank You

RE: aaircraft fuel tanks

Dear, we use for fire explosion separators oil for jet engine normal Shel or anoter produce. We apply by  apraing gun.
For sealing we use PRC 1422 , PRC 1750 and another polysulfid sealent  from Courtaulds Aerospace sealant. If you need more informations let me know.
Regards Libor

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