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Asbestos analysis of linoleum

Application, products

  • Floorings on the basis of linseed oil

Types of asbestos

  • Predominantly chrysotile rarely anthophyllite, termolite

Asbestos content

  • Traces up to a few per cent

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  • analysis for asbestos carried out by qualified scientists in our own accredited laboratory 
  • short processing time, as a rule 3 days after sample receipt
  • court-proof analysis
  • regular participation in collaborative studies in the field of asbestos analysis

Costs for the analysis for asbestos in linoleum

 

Analysis as material sample according to VDI guideline 3866, page 5 for

€ 85.00 net or € 101.15 VAT incl.

 

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Identification of asbestos in linoleum by means of SEM images and energy-dispersive element-spectra

 

Asbestos analysis of linoleum

SEM-image of chrysotile asbestos

 

Asbestos analysis of linoleum

EDX-spectrum of chrysotile asbestos

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