nonflammable


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

nonflammable

Not combustible; Also see flammable.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
At a high level, the industry will likely select refrigerants that both meet regulations and are nonflammable or that have the lowest level of flammability possible.
Krytox dry-film lubricants offer semi-permanent release properties in a variety of plastic and rubber molding applications and provide a highly nonstick surface, which is chemically inert, nonflammable, and thermally stable to 500 F.
It is explosion-proof, and can be used with flammable and nonflammable solvents, caustic solutions, detergents and water.
Biodiesel fuel is also biodegradable, as well as nonflammable, making it safer to store and handle.
A US government task forced has stated that the addition of nonflammable gases to airline fuel tanks would be too costly to implement.
These cooling packs are filled with CoolSport's nontoxic, nonflammable, and reusable cooling substance.
* Use nonflammable roofing materials, and regularly inspect your roof for gaps.
Not only does Odor Lock oxidize human odor, but the product also has a biodegradable, nonflammable, nontoxic, nonstaining, and environmentally safe formula that is FDA approved and USDA accepted.
Newman Corporation supplies Extruded Teflon(r) tubing in plain, corrugated and convoluted styles for a variety of medical, pharmaceutical, and industrial applications requiring a chemically inert and nonflammable material.
Soon after the invention of CFCs in 1928, companies started mass-producing these nontoxic, nonflammable compounds for use as refrigerants and then for myriad other purposes.
1930 Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are hailed as safe refrigerants because they are nontoxic and nonflammable.
(nonflammable) waterborne lacquer are designed to meet VOC and environmental regulations and clean up easily with water.