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What is the difference between friable and non-friable asbestos?

Asbestos containing materials are categorised into two separate groups, friable and non-friable asbestos. Friable asbestos is when the material is dry and can be easily crushed to a powder like consistency by a gentle force such as hand pre. . ...
 
 

Buying a new home or property? What you need to look for before you purchase or move in

If you are looking at buying a property and know that the house was built in or before the 1990’s, there is a fair chance the house may have asbestos containing materials. It is always recommended that; a building inspection is obtained to . . ...
 
 

Asbestos in the home - do I need to have it tested and the area inspected?

Since asbestos and all materials containing asbestos did not become illegal until 2003, it is therefore highly likely that if your home was built or renovated before 1990, it contains some form of asbestos building product - most likely asb. . ...
 

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What is the difference between friable and non-friable asbestos?

Buying a new home or property? What you need to look for before you purchase or move in

Asbestos in the home - do I need to have it tested and the area inspected?


 
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