World Trade Center Molten Material Images

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The U.S. Customs House stored a large arsenal of firearms at its Six World Trade Center office. During recovery efforts, several handguns were found at Ground Zero, including these two cylindrical gun-casing remains and a revolver embedded in concrete. Fire temperatures were so intense that concrete melted like lava around anything in it's path. (Caption From Image)


The melting point of concrete varies between 1800-2500°C (3272-4532°F) (weldcare.co.uk)


Editors Note: Concrete does not have a single melting point, it's components all have different melting points.

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http://www.archive.org/details/NewYorkPoliceMuseumWtcGunsMelted

"encased+in+concrete"&sig=XEnf3iMmgYoAgCh_vTXhmezh8aM This display is also discussed in the book Defining Memory on page 259

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