Mineral wool is a general name for fiber materials that are formed by spinning or
drawing ... Applications of mineral wool include thermal insulation (as both
structural insulation and pipe insulati...
Sep 28, 2016 ... Rock Wool manufactured asbestos insulation and other asbestos-containing
products for a variety of purposes. Their pipe insulation products ...
... insulation. A home inspector pointed out that the insulation behind the. ... Since
mineral wool is a man-made fiber, it does not contain asbestos. I've read about ...
Asbestos mineral wool was a type of insulation used in homes, offices and ... The
following partial list of asbestos wool products were known to contain asbestos: ...
I agree, that looks like rock wool (fiberglass) insulation to me too. ... white both
are very lite and some have been known to contain asbestos
Jul 2, 2012 ... No, rock wool is not another name for asbestos. It is a type of thermal insulation
made from rocks and minerals, unrelated to asbestos.
However, it is believed that this type of insulation had stopped being used in the
1950s. This means that any homes that still contain asbestos mineral wool are ...
Asbestos-containing products manufactured or distributed by companies for use
... Armabestos Block Insulation and Pipe Covering, (1958-1968) ..... Rock Wool
Manufacturing Company, Delta Maid High Temp Insulating Cement, (1958-1970)
Older mineral wool can contain asbestos, but normally this is in trace amounts.
Asbestos once found common use as an insulation material in homes and ...
Some insulation from the early 1950s contains asbestos. ... The loose blown-in
rock wool was used mainly in attics, while the batting, or paper-backed type, was