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Flammability and Sensitivity of Materials in Oxygen-Enriched Atmospheres: 13th Volume
A study was done to characterize the cleanliness level achievable when using a rudimentary cleaning process, and results were compared to JPR 5322.1G Level 300A. While it is not ideal to clean in a shop environment, some situations (e.g., field combat operations) require oxygen system hardware to be maintained and cleaned to prevent a fire hazard, even though it cannot be sent back to a precision cleaning facility. This study measured the effectiveness of basic shop cleaning. Initially, threedoi:10.1520/stp20120015 fatcat:pypmy6eydvhsdpu3rsuek3tcd4