Man-made Mineral Fibres - Environmental Health Criteria 77

United Nations Environment Programme ; World Health Organization ; International Labour Organisation (1988)

Man-made mineral fibres (MMMF), most of which are referred to as man-made vitreous fibres (MMVF), are amorphous silicates manufactured from glass, rock, or other minerals, which can be classified Into four broad groups: continuous filament, insulation wool (including rock/slag wool, and glass wool), refractory (including ceramic fibre), and special purpose fibres.

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