From: "Kathy & Dan Lawler" <email@example.com> Organization: HookUp Communication Corporation, Vancouver, BC, CANADA Date: Sat, 29 Mar 1997 06:31:20 GMT References: 1
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Somebody else had the same thought. A homebuilt aircraft was built with "Explosafe" in the fuel tanks. When they examined the wreckage, they found that it had wicked up water which resulted in an engine failure and a fatal crash. I believe "Explosafe" (compamy) is bankrupt and the product ("Explosafe") is no longer available. (There may be similar products though). Dan Malcolm Hopkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in article <rddE6x0w7.4Mt@netcom.com>... > > Some years ago I read an article about a product (of U.S.A. origin I > think) called "EXPLOSAFE" that had a very impressive performance and > took up a similar volume as the foam , if remember correctly. > Explosafe was a like expanded aluminium sheet albeit extremely thin, > it was folded back and forth to fill up a fuel tank (during > construction). It was also able to be retrofitted to existing fuel > tanks by cutting a suitable access hole. I believe it work through > rapid heat dissipation therby making it near impossible to sustain > combustion.