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incombustible

(ĭn″kŏm-bŭs′tĭ-bl) [″ + combustus, burned]
Incapable of being burned.
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As an important requirement in the noncombustibility test, the difference between the temperature of the incombustible material and the maximum temperature inside the furnace must be 20[degrees]C within 20 minutes after heating is commenced, and the average temperature 1 min after heating is ceased must be less than 20[degrees]C, with less than 30% weight loss of the specimen.
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Es comun encontrar que una mezcla con un 65% de material incombustible no produce explosiones, o lo son muy debiles, menores a 2 bares.
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