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Asbestos analysis of components of night storage heaters

Application, products

  • Older night storage heaters, with a manufacture date until 1984 might contain asbestos in various parts.
  • In most cases free or weakly bound asbestos used as insulation material

Types of asbestos

  • Predominantly chrysotile, rarely amosite and/or crocidolite

Asbestos content

  • Generally 10-15 %

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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 night storage heaters

 

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

€ 62.00 net or € 73.78 VAT incl.

 

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Identification of asbestosnight storage heaters in by means of SEM images and energy-dispersive element-spectra

 

Asbestos analysis of components of night storage heaters

SEM-image of chrysotile asbestos

 

Asbestos analysis of components of night storage heaters

EDX-spectrum of chrysotile asbestos

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