Products containing Asbestos

The following is a partial list provided by the Environmental Protection Agency intended to show the types of asbestos-containing materials. It does not include all products containing asbestos.

Asbestos Containing ProductsCement Pipes Asbestos Exposure ProductsElevator Brake Shoes
Asbestos On MaterialsCement Wallboard Asbestos ProductsHVAC Duct Insulation
Asbestos Products In Building MaterialsCement Siding Asbestos Products In ConstructionBoiler Insulation
Asbestos Products In HomesAsphalt Floor Tile Asbestos Products In SchoolsBreaching Insulation
Asbestos Products In The HomeVinyl Floor Tile Asbestos Products In UsaDuctwork Flexible Fabric Connections
Asbestos Products ManufacturersVinyl Sheet Flooring Asbestos Products PhotosCooling Towers
Asbestos Products Still In UseFlooring Backing Asbestos Products SuppliersPipe Insulation (corrugated air-cell, block, etc.)
Asbestos Related ProductsConstruction Mastics (floor tile, carpet, ceiling tile, etc.) Asbestos Repair ProductsHeating and Electrical Ducts
Asbestos Roofing ProductsAcoustical Plaster Asbestos Wall MaterialsElectrical Panel Partitions
How Many Asbestos Products Are ThereDecorative Plaster Products Using AsbestosElectrical Cloth
Products With AsbestosTextured Paints/Coatings Products With Asbestos In ThemElectric Wiring Insulation
Worst Asbestos ProductsCeiling Tiles and Lay-in Panels Asbestos Containing ProductsChalkboards
Asbestos Exposure ProductsSpray-Applied Insulation Asbestos On MaterialsRoofing Shingles
Asbestos ProductsBlown-in Insulation Asbestos Products In Building MaterialsRoofing Felt
Asbestos Products In ConstructionFireproofing Materials Asbestos Products In HomesBase Flashing
Asbestos Products In SchoolsTaping Compounds (thermal) Asbestos Products In The HomeThermal Paper Products
Asbestos Products In UsaPacking Materials (for wall/floor penetrations) Asbestos Products ManufacturersFire Doors
Asbestos Products PhotosHigh Temperature Gaskets Asbestos Products Still In UseCaulking/Putties
Asbestos Products SuppliersLaboratory Hoods/Table Tops Asbestos Related ProductsAdhesives
Asbestos Repair ProductsLaboratory Gloves Asbestos Roofing ProductsWallboard
Asbestos Wall MaterialsFire Blankets How Many Asbestos Products Are ThereJoint Compounds
Products Using AsbestosFire Curtains Products With AsbestosVinyl Wall Coverings
Products With Asbestos In ThemElevator Equipment Panels Worst Asbestos ProductsSpackling Compounds

 

MesotheliomaA history of asbestos exposure at work is reported in about 70 percent to 80 percent of all cases of mesothelioma. In other cases, the exposures occur in the home.

If you suffer from mesothelioma symptoms or have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you have legal rights that can help protect your future and family.

Asbestos companies were aware of the health risks of their asbestos products as far back as the 1920s. They could have introduced asbestos substitutes or, at the very least, warned workers about the dangers of asbestos so that protective measures could be taken.

But asbestos companies chose profit over public welfare, leading millions of Americans to be exposed to asbestos-contaminated products. The mesothelioma epidemic was entirely preventable.

Through the filing of asbestos lawsuits, asbestos companies can be held responsible for their negligence. While monetary compensation cannot undo the loss of life and suffering caused by asbestos disease, it can bring some measure of justice and help pay for medical bills, lost income, and support of loved ones.

If you were diagnosed with mesothelioma or lost a loved one to asbestos disease, you can talk with the reliable asbestos attorneys at Belluck & Fox, LLP today. At Belluck & Fox, LLP, you can have a free legal case review to learn your legal rights. Visit our New York law office now.