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Asbestos usage in the past was extensive and while in many countries it is banned, products and construction done in the past still stand and they are likely to have asbestos in them, therefor we advise you order an asbestos testing kit today! Further, in most of countries across the world asbestos is still not banned. This is especially true in case of developing countries where there are little restrictions and regulation for asbestos industry. Also, asbestos can be anywhere, for example, it can be in tiles of your floor or roof, it can be part of your pipes, insulation, etc. Thus, irrespective of the fact that you are living in a country where asbestos is banned, restricted or where it is not, it is wise choice to be able to identify asbestos with one of our Asbestos Testing Kits.
It should be known than asbestos inside a tile, roofing, etc. is not dangerous as such. Without an Asbestos Testing Kit you will never know if you have Asbestos before it is disturbed. It becomes dangerous when the asbestos fibres get loose and become airborne. Apart from natural decay, human intervention such as breaking, drilling, renovation, etc. can also disturb the asbestos and release it in air. Thus from a passive stage the asbestos becomes an active risk. The most worrisome part is, if one is not careful you will never even know asbestos was even released. So before you start any projects at home or work contact us about one if our Asbestos Testing Kits today!
Asbestos becomes a hazard when it is airborne. If asbestos in the home becomes damaged, asbestos fibers may be released. For example, when asbestos insulation around boilers, furnaces, and pipes deteriorates, it releases asbestos dust. Blown ceilings containing asbestos may release fibers when they are drilled or patched. If the ceilings are in poor condition, air movement from ceiling fans and opening and closing draperies may spread asbestos dust. order an Asbestos Testing Kit to stay safe!
Asbestos transite pipes, which have been used underground to transport water to the home and in some flue pipes, may pose another problem. Transite is an asbestos-containing cement material which deteriorates over time. As the transite deteriorates, asbestos fibers can be released from the interior of the pipe into the drinking water flowing through the pipe.