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Can six-nozzle, 30 lb. systems be used on excavators?

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Can six-nozzle, 30 lb. systems be used on excavators?

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Six-nozzle systems are acceptable in certain limited applications. However, in high hazard applications, ANSUL recommends four-nozzle 30 lb. systems, or the use of the larger 125 lb. or 250 lb. tanks. Both four-nozzle and six-nozzle systems will suppress fires when ideal conditions exist. However, vehicle fire protection is generally used in some of the worst operating conditions. In applications where hazard areas are totally enclosed, a six-nozzle system may be adequate. But in engine compartments (especially open compartments) only four-nozzle systems should be used. – Four-nozzle systems offer additional chemical at each nozzle with a longer discharge time. In certain large excavator applications, extended dry chemical discharge, as well as twin agent system design will be required. • Can LT-A-101-30’s be used to protect vehicles used in terminal areas at airports (i.e., de-icers, baggage carriers, tow trucks, etc.)? The LT-A-101-30 system utilizes FORAY® Dry Chemical (monomonium p

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