Straight, brittle Amosite fibers, light gray to pale brown (also known as “brown asbestos”) are most commonly used in thermal system insulation and the second most prevalent type of asbestos found in building materials.
Be aware that asbestos is made up of microscopic bundles of fibers that may become airborne when disturbed. These fibers get into the air and may become inhaled into the lungs, where they may cause significant health problems. If you believe that you may have an asbestos problem, please consider hiring an experienced professional.
After asbestos is removed, spray Fiberset PM Lockdown on the newly exposed beam or deck assembly. One coat of this competitively priced, premixed lockdown traps all microscopic asbestos fibers left on the surface and ensures final air clearance.
Tested and EPA accepted at Battelle Laboratories of Columbus, Ohio, under EPA Contract #68-03-2552-T2005, Lag-Kote was found to be an acceptable encapsulant. Designed to encase spray-on fireproofing, asbestos-containing plasters and paints, transite, and asbestos-containing thermal insulation, Lag-Kote’s viscous formulation minimizes ...
ABC is an important tool for coping with the health hazards associated with exposure to asbestos fibers. ABC Asbestos Binding Compound is a high solids asbestos encapsulant/sealant, designed to encapsulate friable Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) such as fireproofing and insulation material.
The high volume rotary vane pump with locking flow valve is durable and economical with a 1/10 hp motor. With supplied locking valve, users are supplied with a sufficient adjustable flow of 0 LPM - 40 LPM.
CG Industrial Safety offers the encapsulants best suited for simple and effective management of asbestos abatement. CG Industrial Safety can formulate an encapsulation system to cost effectively protect your employees and building occupants against harmful asbestos exposure.