When Gasoline; Diesel; Gas or any other type of combustible vapour mixes with air and meets a spark a flame or explosion is almost certain to take place. This is called the BLEVE Effect (boiling liquid and an expanding vapour leads to an explosion) and a typical situation of where this can take place is in that of a traffic or aviation accident. In this situation, the accident causes an explosion within the fuel tank due to a huge amount of energy being feed through in a very short space of time.
To prevent this reaction and via the use of our special Techno-Kontrol Alloys, the internal surface of the tank is amplified by 3000% which means that our product with its breakthrough technology can completely stop the explosion from ever taking place.
This reduction is created by the interposition all along the tank's interior of the aluminium/magnesium alloy. The ample surface contact interposes the heat wave, absorbing all of its calorific energy therefore stopping its advance and as explained above, this advance of energy is the normal cause of why explosions take place in the first place.
This is achieved by our TK operators installing our specially designed VI Generation alloy at the semi-final stage of the manufacturing process depending on the products applicatioas or usage.
Also as each country contains a different atmospheric condition (i.e. high or low humidity, altitude, heat/cold etc.) our R&D department has been able to manufacture and adapt our exclusive VI generation alloys so that they can both withstand and be applied in any meteorological condition.
However we advise our customers to always revert back to our safety certificates in which many International laboratories have proven that if a tank is filled to the top with our special Techno-Kontrol Alloy Material that it will prevent explosions from taking place a 100% of the time.
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