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Synonyms for fireproof

Words related to fireproof

make resistant to fire

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impervious to damage by fire

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Taking into consideration the changes in the properties, the nanocomposite can be used in various industries such as textile (production of fireproof fabrics), aerospace, fireproof nanocoatings, plastic insulation of wires and cables in electronics and many other industries that require thermal stability in devices and tools.
Finite Element Analysis Simulation of a Fireproof Test for an Aircraft Propulsion Engine Mount Structure Made of Titanium," SAE Int.
Just after Step 3, use a fireproof long-handled bar spoon or ladle to remove a spoonful of the alcohol mixture, then light it on fire.
Fireproof was written by Louis and Liam with John Ryan, Jamie Scott and Julian Bunetta, the crack team behind their hit single Story Of My Life.
Fireproof, an ITRI Innovation service, says that its in-house testing facilities can speed up the development process.
The company is offering light-weight, affordable fireproof boxes as a practical alternative to large, heavy and expensive safes.
Technology: The fireproof enclosures (pictured), co-developed by Cooper Crouse-Hinds and Thermal Designs, are based on Cooper Crouse-Hinds' 316 stainless steel enclosure which is protected externally with Thermal Designs' K-Mass fire-resistant coating.
Other than banks and other financial agencies like multi-finance companies and pawnshops, major users of fireproof metal furnishings include gold traders, hypermarkets, gas fuel stations and large retail traders, which have also expanded rapidly in the country as shown by growing number of outlets.
Not surprisingly, building a fireproof Library was a recurrent theme of the letters Pardoe wrote and received.
Japanese nonlife insurance companies will lower their fire insurance premiums in April for more fireproof condominiums for the first time in nine years, industry sources said Tuesday.
The government finally spent $66,000 to house the machine in a fireproof chamber.
The Stubbis are small, reusable, fireproof pouches, about the size of a mobile phone case.
The residues are from polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), which are used to fireproof products ranging from furniture cushions to computer cases.
The fireproof door separating the hall from the church was kept securely closed.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-16 February 2004-Borgestad ASA divests fireproof business in Poland(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.