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Update date: Dec 28

In fifteen years as a professional firefighter I've never heard of a dust collector fire from dust explosion or hot materials introduced into the system. The only ones we see are from metal shavings oxidizing and becoming exothermic. From Contributor J : Fire suppression systems are reactive - not proactive

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