Today, NAIMA has expanded its role and concentrates its efforts on promoting energy efficiency and environmental preservation through the use of fiber glass, rock wool, and slag wool
insulation products, while encouraging safe production and use of these products.
, Rock Wool and Similar Mineral Wools: European Union Market Outlook 2010 and Forecast till 2015
Tenders are invited for Insulation jobs for process equipment removal,supply& application of oxygen compatible,oil free slagwool suitable for cryogenic equipment & piping of air separation plant including necessary ss wrapper,gi wire mesh and class-1 gi sheet cladding , removal, segregation,packing storage of removed good slag wool
in gunny bags, disposal of damaged slag wool
and filling of new slag wool
and piping of utilities department.
Other product segments in the global insulation market are mineral wool, slag wool
, and cotton wool.
On page 1454, Table 5 (under "Respirable dusts and fibers"), glass wool, rock wool, and slag wool
fireproofing should not have appeared in the listing of Group 2B human carcinogens because they were downgraded to Group 3 in the latest monograph to address these substances (IARC 2002a); special purpose glass fibers such as E-glass and "475" glass fibers are not used in the "Reinforced plastic industry" but rather in "High-efficiency air filtration media and battery separator media" (IARC 2002a).
Components Applied To Manufacture Slag Wool
NAIMA is the association for North American manufacturers of fiber glass, rock wool and slag wool
Fiber glass, rock wool and slag wool
insulation are some of the best choices available for residential and commercial green building.
With an emphasis on positioning the fiber glass and rock and slag wool
insulation products as the first environmental choice in today's construction market, the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA) has appointed Andrew Rusnak Director of Communications.
That is the amount of recycled glass and blast furnace slag that was utilized in 2005 in the manufacture of fiber glass and rock & slag wool
insulations according to the annual survey released this week by the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA).
The program provides important information in a fun and entertaining way to contractors and workers who handle fiber glass and rock and slag wool
It is aimed at workers who handle fiber glass and rock and slag wool
Adopted on May 18, 1999, the NAIMA Health and Safety Partnership Program (HSPP) is designed to protect worker health and safety by providing specific and uniform job site work practice recommendations for the manufacture, fabrication and installation of fiber glass, rock wool, and slag wool
Fiber glass and rock and slag wool
insulation saves more than 12 times the energy used in their production in the first year alone and continue saving for the life of the home.
By representing the vast majority of fiber glass and rock and slag wool
insulation manufacturers in North America, NAIMA can continue to be a powerful voice for the industry.