non-combustible

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non-combustible

[ˈnɒnkəmˈbʌstɪbl] ADJincombustible
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100 sqm, - cellar wall insulation wood wool multilayer panel 12 cm, non-combustible, approx.
Flooring of the terrace shall be non-combustible which means without provision of any synthetic flooring, wooden flooring, carpet, etc.
Caparol Paints, a global leader in the paints industry, are showcasing their new unique fire resistant and super-efficient non-combustible External Thermal Insulation Composite System (ETICS) technology.
Their fire-rated doors can withstand heat for 3 hours in a non-combustible setting and an hour in a combustible setting.
The environmentally friendly, non-combustible faAaAaAeAoade system has be designed to deliver enhanced thermal insulation properties and long-term energy-saving benefits for low-, mid-, and high-rise buildings.
It's important that new developments meet or exceed existing building codes, and that the City of Los Angeles encourages the use of non-combustible materials, which heavily reduces the risks associated with fires and earthquakes, both major factors of concern in our city," adds AACRE Co-Founder Aden Kun.
When fitted they provide a non-combustible facade to a building.
Non-combustible claddings can be used on everything.
A Parliamentary report by the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee in 2000 stated: "We believe that all external cladding systems should be required either to be entirely non-combustible, or to be proven through full-scale testing not to pose an unacceptable level of risk in terms of fire spread.
The terracotta is non-combustible and the phenolic board used is class 0 rated for fire spread.
It concluded that cladding should be non-combustible, nor pose an unacceptable level of risk to tenants.
Browning also notes that the fuel he uses is non-combustible.
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