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CEN/TR 15281:2006

Guidance on Inerting for the Prevention of Explosions

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Valid from 05.07.2006
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CEN/TR 15281:2006
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05.07.2006
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Inerting is a measure to prevent explosions. By feeding inert gas into a system which is to be protected against an explosion, the oxygen content is reduced below a certain concentration until no explosion can occur. The addition of sufficient inert gas to make any mixture non-flammable when mixed with air (absolute inerting) is only required in rare occasions.
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