Slag Wool


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slag wool

[′slag ‚wu̇l]
(materials)

Slag Wool

 

a material for thermal insulation, a type of mineral wool manufactured from melts of metallurgical slags by converting them into glasslike fibers. It is used mainly in the form of finished sheets, mats, and shells made with a synthetic binder.

slag wool

A type of mineral wool made by forcing steam through molten slag; used as thermal insulation.
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For more information about the environmental benefits of fiber glass, rock wool and slag wool, visit www.
NAIMA is the trade association for North American manufacturers of fiberglass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation products.
A typical pound of fiber glass, rock wool or slag wool insulation will save more than 12 times the amount of energy used to produce in the first year alone.
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Facts #63: Health and Safety Facts for Rock and Slag Wool
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Slag wool insulations are made using up to 70-85% blast furnace slag, which is a waste material that is diverted from landfills, and rock wool insulation is made using crushed basaltic rock and up to 30% blast furnace slag.
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Amerrock will participate on NAIMA's Board of Governors and its Rock and Slag Wool Steering Committee.