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Propellant gasses are gasses in e.g. fire extinguishers and spraying cans that are used for creating pressure on the content of the fire extinguishers / spraying cans. These contents will be forced out by the propellant gasses when te valve of the device is opened. Most used propellant gasses are propane and butane, which are extracted from crude oil and natural gas.
The Ardexx fire extinguishers do not use any propellant gasses and thus do not spray any fossil fuels into the air