Related formsnon·com·bus·ti·bil·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for non-combustible
The materials used are non-combustible and water-proof, and will wear indefinitely.Life in a Thousand Worlds|William Shuler Harris
For five miles they had laid a blanket of non-combustible gases.The Hammer of Thor|Charles Willard Diffin
This will not apply to concealed work in walls or ceilings composed of concrete, tile or other non-combustible material.
Asbestos is merely a non-combustible material in which air may be entrapped, but, when non-porous, is a good conductor of heat.
Must be made entirely of non-combustible materials, except such minor parts as handles, magnet insulation, etc.