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Systems, Powerplant, and Electronics Question Bank - 021-04-04 Fire Fighting Equipment - Q12572  Systems, Powerplant, and Electronics Question Bank - 021-04-04 Fire Fighting Equipment - Q12572 Dauntless Software

What is the main advantage of Halon 1301 over CO2 for extinguishing an aircraft cabin fire?
A. Co2 can extinguish faster than Halon 1301, but the heat will be higher with CO2
B. Halon 1301 gives a much lower cost than Co2
C. You will need less Halon 1301 to fight the fire than CO2
D. Halon 1301 can extinguish a fire with much lower concentration than is required for CO2, and it will not deprive the occupants of the cabin of the needed oxygen


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