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When shopping for the best fireproof file cabinet, keep an eye on the UL fire rating of the product in question.
Bear in mind that fireproof designs rely upon the use of very heavy construction to produce substantial protection, so these models are better suited to permanent office installations, often on ground-level concrete floors for secure mounting.
Both lockable file cabinets and fireproof file cabinets offer an elevated level of protection, while two-drawer file cabinets and office wall cabinets are perfect for saving space.
You can, however, place the hand warmer on a fireproof surface once you’re done using it and let it naturally smolder out.
The very fact that firefighting is publicly funded decreases the incentive for WUI residents to fireproof their properties.
He was referring to the value of asbestos millboard as a lining for fireproof cases and deed boxes.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
"You are certainly a generous magician," said the prince, fastening the fireproof mask on, while his heart throbbed gladly.
BALSAMO, THE MAGICIANALEXANDER DUMAS
The floors throughout are fireproof, formed of iron joists, and arched with hollow bricks of a singular construction.
It is easier to take a city block and construct fireproof, high buildings than to solve transportation problems.
Tommy's hotel had outgrown the original modest building and was now modern and fireproof.
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