Glass Wool

Glass wool (UK) or fiberglass insulation (US) is an insulating material made from fibres of glass (fiberglass), arranged into a texture similar to wool. Glass wool is produced in rolls or in slabs, with different thermal and mechanical properties.

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Glass Wool - Health Problems
... Toxicology Program classifies inhalable glass wool fibers as "Reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen" ... Canada, mentions unspecified studies on glass wool exposure that show long-term exposure to glass wool does not cause cancer in humans or animals ... A 2002 summary by International Agency for Research on Cancer puts insulation glass wool into Category 3 carcinogen, "not classifiable as to its ...
Pipe Insulation - Materials - Glass Wool
... Glass wool is a high-temperature fibrous insulation material, similar to mineral wool, where inorganic strands of glass fibre are bound together using a binder ... As with other forms of mineral wool, glass-wool insulation can be used for thermal and acoustic applications ...

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