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No good reason My guess is that this was included because some idiot lawyer thought up a non-existent risk and decided the company needed to include a sticker. The whole idea is ridiculous. 10 lpm (2 is normal) isn't going to cause a huge blaze like an O2 plant at a factory. Plus, fire fighters come in through doors because doors are people sized and ...


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The zeolite in the concentrator is a hazardous material if the concentrator is damaged by fire. At high temperatures it decomposes into hazardous compounds. Zeolite dust released by damage is also hazardous if breathed in, ingested, or is in contact with skin. Zeolite may also react with some fire extinguishing systems. So the fire department needs to know ...


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