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incombustible

(ĭn″kŏm-bŭs′tĭ-bl) [″ + combustus, burned]
Incapable of being burned.
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In this zone, structures did not have to be built of incombustible material, as in the first fire zone, but simply had to be covered with it.
The percentage of organic contaminants in the incombustible, inert material must be reduced to a minimum to enable its disposal.
Adding the agent to lithium-battery substances at a proportion of 5-10% of the total will make the batteries incombustible, it said.
The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) has required mine operators to increase the total incombustible content of the combined coal dust, rock dust and other dust; and has reduced the concentration limits for coal mine dust.
This can be illustrated by the fact that ATH decompose at about 250 [degrees]C to release some incombustible gas, such as water, which leads the decrease of heal release rate in microscale combustion calorimeter test.
AGIS' Premium Fiberglass Cloth is designed for use in foundry, metalworking, heat-treating and other industrial applications requiring an incombustible high temperature fabric.
carbon dioxide A colorless, odorless, incombustible gas formed during respiration, combustion and organic decomposition and used in food refrigeration, carbonated beverages, inert atmospheres, fire extinguishers and aerosols.
Nineteenth-century builders were also aware of the obvious distinction between incombustible and fireproof construction.
Toyota defines landfill waste as incombustible substances including heat-insulating materials, fire-resistant materials, sludge from chemical treatment and residue from the cleaning of floor grooves.
The non-respirable, binder-free product is 100% recyclable and incombustible.
Chevron's Delo brand of technologically advanced engine oils, lubricants and coolants, today announced that after conducting extensive field tests since 2000 in nearly two-dozen Volvo D12C engines using Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and Urea, also known as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) - technologies expected to be widely deployed to help reduce vehicle emissions starting in 2010 - Delo[R] 400 LE SAE 15W-40 showed exceptional performance in the areas of durability, reliability and the reduced production of incombustible materials in the DPF.