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fireproof

Having all surfaces covered with a noncombustible material such as concrete or brick. Contrast with fire resistant.

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There are various brands of fireproof metal furnishings.
Obviously, thanks to the improvements introduced earlier, the twentieth century saw great progress in the development of fire safety measures, so much that we now take it for granted that our modern buildings are designed to withstand major fires, or, at least, that fireproof construction will give people enough time to escape before the fire and smoke expand.
As a result, FIREPROOF has implemented best practice controls to address information security risks.
They have to be fireproof but sell themselves in another way.
costum fireproof overalls, blue (welders) -233 units, 13,281 lei;
We succeeded in the production of magnesium aluminate spinel nanoparticles, that are among the most important fireproof engineering ceramics, in a few minutes through microwave radiation instead of the conventional method that usually took place at 1000 AC in two hours," she added.
Thermal insulation of the floor above the basement slab 10 cm polystyrene thermal fireproof and washable paint.
Concrete was chosen over steel for this office building because it is terror-resistant, blast proof, fireproof and soundproof.
companies have installed an estimated 30 million tons of asbestos, primarily as fireproof insulation.
Specialty supplies, such as emergency food rations, fireproof containers, personal evacuation equipment, etc.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: providing articles of fireproof bedding.
After the original Potter Building burned down in 1882, the building's owner, Orlando Potter, was determined to build a fireproof replacement and chose terra cotta because of its superior fire resistant quality and low price.