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There are plenty of industrial facilities with enclosed spaces that can be heated to unsurvivable temperatures. Unfortunately, most of them remain hot most of the time, because if it's not hot, it's not making money for whomever owns it, and in more than a few cases, letting it cool can irreparably damage the facility. Things like glass furnaces are heated ...


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Yes, it's a pumice armor It's made from fire-resistant rocks to protect the wearer. This is the in-game description of the armor, which means that it must be made from some sort of rock. Furthermore, if we poke around a bit further, we get a second very important piece of information: This isn't a fireproof armor, it's merely a fire resistant armor. ...


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Silicone rubber seems to be our best chance when it comes to it, as it resists up to 400° Celsius at the highest (752° Fahrenheit). This is great because the air around lava is definitely colder than the lava; best case scenario is about 800° Fahrenheit. The other problem is the metal. Although I'm not a heat dynamics expert, all I know is that if thing = ...


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