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incombustible

(ĭn″kŏm-bŭs′tĭ-bl) [″ + combustus, burned]
Incapable of being burned.
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The same subsamples prepared for noncombustible determination by hammer milling were used.
This is simply explicable with the fact that some of the noncombustible parts of mineral components decompose at burning and absorb the energy released from the combustible part.
News footage from the scene, to which 500-plus fire service members responded, suggested limited presence of flame-containing, noncombustible vertical or horizontal assemblies.
Haas Architects and Engineers of State College, Pennsylvania were commissioned by the councils to conduct the study seeking to compare costs between light construction and noncombustible fire containment construction such as concrete masonry.
Ventura County Fire Chief Bob Roper, said strong cooperation with Ventura County cities helped to get new fire codes in place that mandate installation of noncombustible roofs across Ventura County.
Sillum-200 Q/P noncombustible, chemically stable inert alumina silicate bead processed to eliminate any organic tramp elements that could modify performance.
Noncombustible and nonporous, the glass bubbles do not absorb moisture, and are able to produce stable voids, resulting in low thermal conductivity and low dielectric constants, says the company.
It also demands the installation of sprinklers and noncombustible materials in sandwich panels.
A properly sized hearth and surround made of noncombustible materials will be required; their size will vary with the unit and local building code.
The entire Uvcut product line is water resistant, temperature resistant, noncombustible and non-toxic.
Noncombustible, building material class A2 according to DIN 4102.
Dricon FRT wood is an alternative to construction materials classified as noncombustible for weather-protected applications.