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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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Aviation regulations ([1, 2, 3]) require that engine mounts, and other flight structures located in designated fire zones, must be constructed of fireproof material defined as being equivalent or better than steel.
Paul Cusack, Fire and Polymers Manager at Fireproof.
The funds will be used to set up manufacturing, prepare packaging and start a direct to consumer marketing effort for his line of PYROMAX Fireproof Storage Boxes[R].
Application: Andrew Bragg, general manager at Thermal Designs, said: "The fireproof enclosure is a compact solution for onshore and offshore oil and gas installations, where space is at a premium.
The strong demand for fireproof metal furnishings has prompted many local companies to invest in the industry to produce the fire proof equipment in the country.
Many of Snead's standards for stacks (adjustable shelving, fireproof materials, easy access and good illumination) must have seemed like the road to salvation for a Library that had been overcrowded, threatened by dust, sunlight and bursting pipes, and then was destroyed by fire.
the largest among them, plans to cut such insurance premiums in 31 prefectures, including those in northeastern and central Japan, in view of improved fireproof levels, they said.
The Norwegian shipping and industrial group Borgestad ASA said on Friday (13 February) that it had agreed to sell its fireproof business in Gliwice, Poland to the local rival PCO Zarow.
Fuel breaks will not fireproof a community or restore a forest, but they can provide a degree of protection that doesn't exist today.
In a recent design competition run to promote the use of Trimo products in modern architecture, entries were sought that implemented roof and facades made of Trimoterm fireproof panels.
It has undergone testing at independent facilities, and is now available in three forms--HOT-STOP Arc Deflection Blankets, Fireproof Blankets, and Fireproof Tape.
The Fireproof Building: Technology and Public Safety in the Nineteenth-Century American City.