Definitions for "Fire Resistive"
The quality of a structure or material to provide a predetermined degree of fire resistance, usually rated in hours.
(Bâtiment de construction incombustible) Type of building construction that resists the effects of fire.
Materials, which are able to withstand exposure to flame of a specified intensity or for a specified time. Fire resistive materials are used in interior finishes, such as wood paneling, wallboard, acoustical tile, furniture and carpeting fabrics.
Specified thickness of masonry with a minimum two hour fire rating.