Fire fighting equipment isn’t just about getting you through the night.
But it’s also about protecting you from the elements.
In fact, some fire fighting equipment, like the belt, is made from the very same materials that can melt steel, according to a new study.
Fire fighters in a firefighting kit in Los Angeles.
A team of researchers from the University of Colorado and the University, University of Southern California studied the use of a firefighter’s belt, which can hold a full-sized firefighting backpack, for more than 50 years.
The researchers tested out the belt’s durability in real fires.
The results are published in the latest issue of the journal Applied Materials and Interfaces.
The study was led by Robert Hirsch, an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University at Albany, and Michael J. Mathers, a professor of mechanical engineering and engineering economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
They said the belt could withstand extreme temperatures and be designed to withstand a fire for decades.
The researchers say they designed the belt to withstand extreme fire conditions, such as being rolled into a vehicle or being driven through a wooded area by an animal.
The belt was also designed to be durable enough to withstand many types of extreme weather.
To create the belt they used a special method to make thin, flexible composite materials.
The material is called a fire-resistant polystyrene.
The team used an electrochemical process called electrolysis to melt a thin layer of polystyrenes into a solid.
The material is then heat-treated and then cooled.
The team said that by applying a combination of water and electricity to the process, they were able to create a material that would perform well in extreme weather conditions.
The heat treatment process allows the material to be chemically bonded to a metal such as aluminum or copper.
The carbon fibers, which are made from a variety of metals, are the same kind of material that can be used to make armor for soldiers and other military vehicles.
The research team said it took nearly four decades to design and build the belt.
The first prototype was made in 1958 and it is considered one of the most durable belts ever made.