Fire Quizzes & Trivia

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    Which of these elements do you like most?

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    What is the MOST important Survival Skill one can have?

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    Common elements of a wildland fire include

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    What causes Bushfires?

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    Where would you go for your first date?

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Fire Questions & Answers

What is the difference between Flammable and Inflammable?
Flammable and inflammable are two words that are exactly the same, but one can easily conclude that they are opposite to each other. Both inflammable and flammable are used to describe things that are capable of burning, things that are combustible,
What causes bushfires?
1. Hot and dry weather2. Lightning and other natural disastersBushfires are made more likely when the weather is very hot and dry. The higher the temperature the more likely it is that a fire will start or continue to burn. They can start by natural
What are Combustible Fibers?
A Combustible Fiber can be described as a vertical panel of non-combustible or fire resistive materials attached to and extending below the bottom chord of the roof trusses, to divide the underside of the roof into separate compartments so that
What is the difference between Flammable and Highly Flammable?
Flammable and highly flammable are two English words which are used to explain something that is subject to easy ignition and capable of burning. Liquid products that are highly combustible usually come with the warning that, they are flammable or hi