WWII Museum Hangar



National Museum of World War II Aviation

Colorado Electrical Systems completed the design and installation of the Kidde fire alarm and foam suppression systems at the 40,000 SQ FT Kaija Raven Shook Aeronautical Pavilion.

This new hangar is home to over 20 flyable WWII aircraft at the National Museum of World War II Aviation. Since most of the aircraft in the museum’s collection fly, that means they have fuel on board, and a specialized foam fire suppression system that can deal with highly flammable fuels is required.

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