Asbestos fibrers
Asbestos fibers

Asbestos is found in nature obtained from mineral and composed of fluffy consistency.
Asbestos fibres are very soft fibres and very resistant to the the heat corrosion and electricity.

When is asbestos fibres used as effective insulator can add with cement paper cloth another to make it very strong.

It made asbestos fibres very useful for business but very unfortunately these asbestos fibres toxic to the human health.

Some important facts of asbestos fibres:

1.Asbestos fibres are very heat resistance fibres.
2.American Constructions companies use asbestos fibres as a construction material asbestos fibres are very microscopic and size it it can trapped in the body lead to severe diseases of lungs.
3.The health danger is a very alarming factor after asbestos fibres.
4.Asbestos fibres are composed of silicate minerals uncommon language there are two types white asbestos fibres and blue asbestos fibres and brown asbestos fibres.

Some important Asbestos Approved By UEP U.S Environmental Protection agency:

Chrysotile = Serpentine Asbestos
Crocidolite,actinolite,tremolite,amosite= Amphibole asbestos.

Why is Asbestos fibres are toxic:

Asbestos fibres are very toxic because it is inhaled easily due to its microscopic structure and when inhaled the person cannot realise about its inhalation solving asbestos fibres inhalation or swallowing does not produce immediate symptoms infection or inflammation.

Asbestos fibres are very strong when the person inhaled the body cannot expelled it out over the years of time asbestos fibres starts  inflammation scarring and damaging the genetic makeup of the human body. That is why asbestos fibres are very dangerous to the human health

Diseases caused by Asbestos Fibers:

below are some of the common diseases caused by asbestos fibres
Asbestos fibers tissue accumulation
COPD ( chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
Pleural cavity damage
Breathing difficulties

Asbestos fibres can also cause serious diseases like lung cancer plural cancer
1.Pleural mesothelioma
2. Peritonieal mesothelioma

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