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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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With four decades of fireproofing experience, the Island International team has a proven track record of quality fireproofing work in high rise construction with successful projects that include The Hearst Tower (38 stories); The Goldman Sachs Building (45 stories), Jersey City, N J; 330 Jay Sheet (32 stories), Brooklyn, NY and 300 Madison Avenue (35 stories), New York.
Even with the airplane impact and jet-fuel-ignited multi-floor fires the buildings would likely not have collapsed had it not been for the fireproofing that had been dislodged,'' he saidThe reports are likely to spur debate about how to build safer skyscrapers.
As in that case, the work undertaken here was designed to correct a problem--the fraying of the asbestos fireproofing, which threatened to render unserviceable P's office building.
In fact, fireproofing of buildings was not the sole responsibility of engineers and builders.
But some pictures taken during inspections show only a spattering of spray-on fireproofing.
When the treatment is done, the fireproofing is no longer a regulated material.
have developed a chemical foam that lets building owners treat asbestos-containing fireproofing material without removing it.
PPG protective and marine coatings (PMC) business will host Is Your Specified Fireproofing Ready to Meet the UL 1709 Changes?
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 24, 2017-US Insulation Company TopBuild Acquires Midwest Fireproofing
Island has grown to be one of the largest fireproofing companies in the country with a headquarters facility in New York and offices in New Jersey and Rhode Island.
Based in Chennai, India, CDC Carboline India manufactures corrosion protection and fireproofing products predominately for the petrochemical, power, fabrication, and commercial and industrial fireproofing markets.