fire bridge

fire bridge

[′fīr ‚brij]
(engineering)
A low wall separating the hearth and the grate in a reverberatory furnace.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

fire bridge

A low wall of firebrick which separates the furnace from the hearth in a reverberatory furnace.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Currently, CDA departments including fire bridge, planning, and engineering were lacking technical staff.
Same activities are also going on in G-7 Awami Market, G-6 Flats, Gulshan Market, Jan Market, Fire Bridge Market, Khadda Market, Kacchi Market, Roh Afza Market, Gol Market, Golden Market and Tallwala.
The commissioner said the health department, fire bridge, rescue force and law-enforcement agencies worked in close coordination to meet any eventuality.
Fire Bridge and Rescue officials hoped to extinguish fire shortly as they had been able to reach the shops engulfed by flames.
"The fire bridge put out the fire and they even rescued a baby bird that was nesting on a nearby roof and put it somewhere safe."
The Fire Bridge Union has now warned that "five years of devastating cuts" will cause further delays to response times and have called for an "urgent campaign" to recruit more fire-fighters in North Wales.
However, the directives have also been issued to fire bridge, WAPDA and health department for emergency services.
5 RESCUED FROM FIRE: Five people who were trapped in building following a fire were saved by the fire bridge at the last minute in the western province of Bursa on Thursday.
Mohammad Kazim, Kabul fire bridge department chief, said his staff arrived at the scene soon after the fire erupted and were able to control the flames within an hour.