O2 is not flammable however it is dangerous. In the presence of a flame it becomes part of the chemical process and helps the fire burn hotter. You guys are kinda saying the same thing. But it is inert I believe like nitrogen, but nitrogen can become part of the process as well only O2 does it at a lower temp. I think they meant to say Nitrogen as it gets confused with O2 sometimes which should work good for that, or even CO2.
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