Ecowool non-combustible insulation is a key component in fire-resilient buildings. With an exceptionally high melting point, glass does not intensify a significant fuel source to a burning fire due to its non-combustible quality. Glass mineral wool is also one of the most commonly documented and tested building materials that has been certified to be fire resistant by international standards. The use of non-combustible building materials can slow down the spread of the fire (which may also result in toxic smoke). This will allow more time for residents to evacuate and for the fire brigades to act during a fire break out.