asbestos felt

asbestos felt

[as′bes·təs ′felt]
(materials)
A product made by saturating felted asbestos with asphalt or other suitable binder, such as a synthetic elastomer.

asbestos felt

A product made by saturating felted asbestos with asphalt or other suitable binder, such as a synthetic elastomer.
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like to tell please call Shennan on 2470 or email liver co.uk " The report also called the use of Galbestos (steel sheeting with asbestos felt on both sides coated with bitumen) in the wall of the building an error of judgement.
For those utilities that specified asbestos felt (a roofing paper type of material) as the barrier, the applicability of federal and state health, safety and environmental regulations has been questioned.
* What is the significance of the bound nature of the coal-tar wrap in general; of the layer of asbestos felt within the coal-tar wrap and the release of individual asbestos fibers upon removal of the coal-tar wrap in Niagara Mohawk's maintenance efforts?
Asbestos felts were widely used in the 1970s as a substitute for standard organic felts.
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