BGI 505-46 PDF

The use of the REM-EDXA method permits measurement of the fibre concentration and provides information on the chemical composition of the particles. On the basis of this information, BGI distinguishes four different fibre types: chrysotile asbestos, amphibole asbestos, calcium sulphate, and other inorganic fibres. Classification by this pattern is adequate for the majority of products for industrial use. During the identification of asbestos fibres in dusts created during the extraction, treatment and processing of mineral raw materials, the other mineral components of the rock concerned must also be considered. For rock mined in Germany, the incidence of asbestos is associated essentially with ultrabasic to basic igneous rocks and certain metamorphic rocks. Generally, it must be assumed that other minerals besides the asbestos minerals in these rocks release fibres of respirable dimensions.

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As plate material i. Eternit , isolation blue asbestos , sealings Chrysotile , fire protection, etc. Respirable WHO fibres can be responsible for asbestosis, lung cancer and mesotheliome over a long time expostion Waiting period 15 — 50 years, categorized as cacinogenic EU ban of production and use since Cleaning and safety measures acc.

Suspicion or knowledge of dust Suspicion or knowledge of asbestos material Control privisional measures, controlle during cleanings Cleaning success. As isolation on roofs, power plant turbines and HRSG, air ventilation systems, pipes, valves, ceilings and wall panellings, etc. Skin irritations and respiratory deterioration during exposition Respirable fibre dust old products partly categorized as carzinogenic in Germany Ban of production and use for old Man-Made-Mineral Fibres in Germany since June Cleaning and safety measures with old MMMF acc.

Suspicion or knowledge of dusts Suspicion or knowledge of old isolations Control provisional measures Control cleaning Success of cleaning. Term of use Privacy Policy German version. Hazardous Substances. Asbestos, man-made mineral fibres. Measurements, Sampling Qualified sampling of dust sample acc. Health risks Respirable WHO fibres can be responsible for asbestosis, lung cancer and mesotheliome over a long time expostion Waiting period 15 — 50 years, categorized as cacinogenic EU ban of production and use since Cleaning and safety measures acc.

Health risks Skin irritations and respiratory deterioration during exposition Respirable fibre dust old products partly categorized as carzinogenic in Germany Ban of production and use for old Man-Made-Mineral Fibres in Germany since June Cleaning and safety measures with old MMMF acc. All pages in section Hazardous Substances. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.

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