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Somewhat informal; to terminate the employment of an employee. An employee may be fired for cause, such as for sexual harassment or absenteeism, or, in many cases, without cause. A fired employee is often eligible to collect unemployment insurance for a certain period of time.
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Says Bertram, "Bringing together our long-term experience in fire retardant additives with the product lines from Martinswerk broadens our portfolio of environmentally-friendly fire retardant additives for use across multiple applications, including carpet backing, fiber reinforced plastics, roofing, silicone rubber and wire and cable.
Our plan is to develop a full complement of halogen-free products that meet the most demanding fire retardant requirements our customers are facing.
A mixture containing a resinous type of fire retardant and low-molecular-weight phenol-formaldehyde resin was used to treat Ussuri poplar in order to achieve the desired fire retardancy (Li et al.
One study found that spraying fire retardants in some cases decreased plant species diversity, as weedier species better adapted to make use of excess nitrogen in the soil tended to thrive while native species were not able to compete.
has developed fire retardant products to suit a wide range of applications.
Huber is a global supplier of non-halogen fire retardant additives including ATH, magnesium hydroxide (MDH) and engineered molybdate compounds for a variety of consumer, electrical and industrial applications, including reinforced plastics, engineering thermoplastics, rubber, carpet backing, cast polymer, coatings, roofing, adhesives, high-voltage insulators and wire and cable insulating and jacketing.
In 2010, HEM made a key acquisition and initiated a tolling agreement to bolster its fire retardant additive business.
has introduced a new fire retardant (FR) shoddy, part of its SafeLeigh line of products, to help automotive suppliers meet current and new specifications, such as the Federal DOT MVSS 302.
Dricon[R] fire retardant treated wood, made with fire retardant chemicals from Arch Wood Protection, Inc.
color) An air tanker drops a load of fire retardant along the hillsides of Green Valley whiel fighting a blaze started by a construction crew.
Manufacturers make some polymers fire retardant by adding metal oxide hydrates, compounds that release water at high temperatures.
Superfine melamine crystal is a non-toxic, environmentally safe fire retardant suitable for use in a wide range of foams and other materials.