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Introduction: Asbestos Decontamination

Coat Various Surfaces and Substrates to Eliminate and Clean up of Asbestos and Lead paint.  It is an elastomeric acrylic encapsulment coating that provides an economical, effective and safe sealing of lead base paints and asbestos materials. In order to remove the old materials that contain lead or asbestos, “hazardous material” abatement companies need to be called in because they are the only ones permitted to remove the old hazardous materials -at great expense.
Since local waste disposal sites do not accept hazardous materials, those hazardous materials need to be hauled to a designated hazardous waste site at great expense. By using Asbestos Asbestos Encapsulation no need to remove any mechanical equipment that can cause ruptures in the system and cause asbestos and lead dust to be air-born. SAVE MONEY NORMALLY SPENT ON HAULING AWAY DEBRIS AND DISPOSAL FEES

Product
Description
Asbestos Encapsulant 2810Water based water Resistant Peelable Encapsulation Coating, Available in any color

 

Description

General Chemical decontamination technologies provide affordable, leading-edge solutions that remove asbestos and lead paint residues from virtually any contaminated surface. Designed for maximum safety and effectiveness, these leading-edge products are quick and easy to use.

Asbestos Encapsulation coating traps and encapsulates a wide spectrum of residues in easy to apply , no requirement for pre-preparation process allowing easy and safe disposal without the use of water. When dry, the product locks the contaminants into a polymer matrix. The film containing the encapsulated contamination can then be peeled and disposed.

General chemical is a worldwide supplier of decontamination coating to reduce and clean up hazardous residues from chemical spills. Proven coatings and cleaners are innovative, economical and easy-to-use. They are environment friendly, safe to apply and easy to dispose. Our products will work in your laboratory safe practice , Decontamination and Reutilization projects.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous mineral that is highly toxic when inhaled. Simply put, asbestos encapsulation refers to the actual sealing of asbestos within a protective shell.
This is done for a number of reasons, but the main reason is that removing all asbestos materials from some structures is nearly impossible. In fact, scientists have discovered that attempting to remove asbestos from a building is more harmful than simply covering it up. When asbestos has been disturbed, small particles of the toxin drift into the air. As a result, an air space can quickly become contaminated. Therefore, the best solution is to manage asbestos by containing it using asbestos encapsulation techniques.

Main Advantages

High decontamination factors
Fast cure time
Rapid application and removal
Reduced waste volumes
Reduction of airborne activity
Immobilization of surface contamination
Safe to use
Water Clear — No Dyes or Pigments
Water resistant when dry
Water cleanable when wet
Peels from variety of surfaces

Benefits to You

  • Immediate control of the contaminants – Locks the contaminants within the coating
  • Environmental friendly, no waste water and a minimal amount of solid waste generated
  • Engineered to Works on vertical and horizontal surfaces
  • Safe…non flammable.
  • Suitable for virtually all substrates including polycarbonates, plastic and painted surfaces

Application: Asbestos Decontamination encapsulation Products, Asbestos abatement liquid masking Asbestos removal coating

Encapsulation techniques of asbestos abatement seal off materials containing asbestos behind a barrier of some sort. One common method for performing asbestos encapsulation uses various coatings to cover asbestos materials. Encapsulation is often used to cover non-friable materials which may be subject to weathering or use, such as asbestos-laced concrete.
Here is a quick step by step run down of the encapsulation process.

Unlike most painting projects, surface preparation for asbestos encapsulation is limited to removing mold, lichen or other growths. No attempt is made to sand or roughen the surface in preparation for the primer coat. Doing so would release asbestos fibers, and create a health hazard. After any mold and lichen have been removed, an initial Asbestos_encapsulant is applied to the surface.

The Asbestos encapsulant, if properly applied will decrease the likelihood of the material degrading or deteriorating and releasing harmful asbestos fibers into the air. Once the Asbestos encapsulant has thoroughly dried to protect the Asbestos encapsulant from weathering effects. For interior locations, gypsum wallboard may be applied over the encapsulated surface.

Asbestos abatement procedures must be done by properly licensed professionals. If your paint and coating contractors do not have the required training and certification, they should be able to put you in touch with professional asbestos abatement company.

Removal:
Asbestos Encapsulation is removed by peeling. Simply, pry a piece of coating in one corner and lift.

Flammability:
Water Resistant Asbestos Encapsulation_Chemiclean_5900 presents no fire hazard as received, during, or after application.

Disposal:
Follow local ,state and federal regulations

Some Equipment Notes::
Air assisted spray equipment is recommended for proper film uniformity.