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       #991

    your on the right track john with sprinkler system
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  2. Posts : 4,663
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       #992

    It detects a fire/heat hazard and sets off the sprinklers
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       #993

    the first beeswax sprinkler ?
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       #994

    pressure causes the plunger to drop, breaking the glass and this releases some kind of weird stuff.
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       #995

    fire extinguisher bomb type thingy ?
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       #996

    detonator
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       #997

    explain more by detonator
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       #998

    er.. as soon as the glass is broken by the plunger the air causes detonation
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       #999

    Acid bulb from a fire extinguisher?
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       #1000

    pebbly and john i apologise i didnt see your guesses,
    yes john described what happens pebbly got what it is .

    the Fire grenade. This consisted of a glass sphere filled with CTC, that was intended to be hurled at the base of a fire (early ones used salt-water, but CTC was more effective). Carbon tetrachloride was suitable for liquid and electrical fires and the extinguisers were fitted to motor vehicles. Carbon-tetrachloride extinguishers were withdrawn in the 1950s because of the chemical's toxicity–exposure to high concentrations damages the nervous system and internal organs. Additionally, when used on a fire, the heat can convert CTC to Phosgene gas ,[7] formerly used as a chemical weapon.
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