U.S. Army Chemical demilitarization rotary kiln
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The Deactivation Furnace System (DFS) is one of three furnaces required by various munitions for destruction. The DFS provides flexibility and the capacity to incinerate the chopped rockets, explosives, propellants and remaining chemical agents. The DFS is a rotary kiln.
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