glass wool


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glass fibers spun and massed into bundles resembling wool

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However, the new technology developed by Nanodax has enabled the use of glass wool as a reinforcing filler.
In contrast, the advantage of glass wool is its lower price.
The segmentation by type includes stone wool, glass wool, foamed plastics and others; while on the basis of its application, the segmentation includes building & construction, industrial, transportation and others.
As nearly all ships contain considerable quantities of hazardous materials like oils and oil sludge, asbestos, glass wool, PCB, TBT, heavy metals in paints and others, those that go for scrapping have to be regarded as hazardous waste," the Commission said, in 2008.
Specific examples of recycling-oriented manufacturing will be exhibited, including technology to recycle glass from cathode ray tubes used in televisions into glass wool to be used for insulation materials; and technology to separate and recycle individual resins from the crushed resin mixtures generated in recycling facilities
Six other substances--captafol, cobalt-tungsten carbide (in powder or hard metal form), certain inhalable glass wool fibers, o-nitrotoluene, riddelliine, and styrene--were added as substances that are reasonably anticipated to be human carcinogens.
They were: cobalt-tungsten carbide, which is used to make cutting and grinding tools, dyes, and other products for a broad spectrum of industries including mining; captafol, a fungicide banned in the United States in 1999; nitrotoluene, a chemical used to make azo and other dyes, agricultural chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other compounds; and certain inhalable glass wool fibers.
Six other substances - captafol, cobalt-tungsten carbide (in powder or hard metal form), certain inhalable glass wool fibers, o-nitrotoluene, riddelliine, and styrene - are added as substances that are reasonably anticipated to be human carcinogens.
They include: capfafol, cobalt-tungsten carbide (in powder or hard metal form), certain inhalable glass wool fibers, o-nitrotoluene, riddelliine.
Market for Fiberglass product segments analyzed in a study includes Glass Wool and Textile Glass Fibers.
Its efficiency of insulation outperforms 38 times that of glass wool and approximately 20 times that of polyurethane foam, with the rate of decrease in heat conduction at .
GWF glass wool with high maximum service temperature, heat-resistant glass wool
Furthermore, in recent years, emphasis has been placed on reducing the environmental burden through life cycle assessment, leading to a demand for novel, bio-based materials to replace those such as glass wool.
Floor is also insulated with expanded plastic, and ceiling - with glass wool.
249) describe a 36-year old man who presented with multiple bilateral pulmonary nodular opacities and difficulty breathing on exertion following 7 years of unprotected occupational exposure to glass wool fibers and coating materials.