|Posted by 2Xplorations|
I reckon that might provide a few minutes of protection, but it just looks like that hydro-mulched cellulose fiber stuff
if its for fire proofing it probably DOES have asbestos in it
Yeah I think it's suppose to buy about 30 minutes or so of time.
Ceramic and silicon compounds are also used.
Vermiculite composites are a possibility too.
Without a microscopic analysis it's impossible to say what it is unless you know the actual material that was applied.
I never worry about this.
Rule#1 Avoid stirring up any dust.
No way to know what it is or what's in it.
Avoid sites where there's wind blowing shit everywhere.
Asbestos is common and generally no big deal unless you get stupid with it.