fireguard


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a narrow field that has been cleared to check the spread of a prairie fire or forest fire

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a metal screen before an open fire for protection (especially against flying sparks)

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lt;B Claire Swindell said her fireguard, bought on eBay, attracts lots of compliments
We had to get two fireguards in my living room and double them up to try and stop him," Cheri said.
By incorporating into Fireguard FG 910B01, a plasticiser that is based on a naturally occurring renewable resource rather than on petrochemicals, Teknor Apex has made a significant reduction of the carbon footprint in comparison with standard flexible PVC compounds," Patel commented.
A A garden without weeds B A nursery school C A cowherd D A fireguard QUESTION 6 - for 6 points: What is the UK BT telephone dialling code 123 used for?
But the casualties could have been much higher if not for Won-Door's FireGuard horizontal sliding fire door.
I use the term "shelter" loosely, because they are about as useful as a chocolate fireguard when it comes to protecting passengers from the elements.
In Monday's wind and rain it was as much use as a chocolate fireguard.
As a result, design law can, if not properly applied, end up being about as much use as a chocolate fireguard, says lain Colville.
A suitable fireguard is recommended for all open fires for the protection of the young, infirm, elderly and pets.
As the plane captain supervised the refueling evolution, everything seemed to be OK until about five minutes into the event--that's when the fireguard noticed fuel streaming from the fuel-dump tube.
You can burn wood and charcoal on the large, copper bowl and there's a 55cm cooking area with removable fireguard.
The Fireguard low smoke, zero-halogen conduit is a polyoletin based compound that contains no halogens, which are toxic, either in the base product or in flame retardant additives.
They were dressed in full fire ensemble: Morning Pride[R] pants and jacket, Fireguard Crosstech[R] gloves, a Nomex[R] hood, a helmet, a facemask and a self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA).
The new version of Fireguard LSZH from Teknor Apex Co.
The Fireguard immediately charged the fire extinguisher and monitored the JFS, to see if the JFS could extinguish the fire on its own power.