Asbestos caulk

Aged caulk leaves the asbestos contained within in a friable state and releases dangerous fibers into the environment when it gets to be removed, posing a serious health risk for the people in its proximity.

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Most caulking products used up to 25% of asbestos in their formulas. There were cases where asbestos was found in a proportion of over 90% in caulk, as this mineral’s properties increased the product’s durability and malleability. The most common type of asbestos used was chrysotile (white asbestos) as it seemingly made the caulk less friable.

The risk of asbestos exposure increased with the degree of damage the caulk presented. There were many external factors that contributed to the deterioration of this asbestos contaminated product, from water, impact or pressure to drilling and sanding. In any of these cases, the fibers of asbestos would have been released into the atmosphere. You could have been exposed if:

  • You found yourself working in old structures
  • You worked directly with asbestos containing caulk
  • You performed demolition work
  • You did remodeling work in old buildings
  • You worked on ships
  • You performed plumbing or duct work

Companies liable for manufacturing or use of asbestos caulk

How can we help workers that worked with or around asbestos caulk

You can contact us in order to get the right information regarding the asbestos exposure you experienced during the time you used or were in the vicinity of asbestos-containing caulk. If your quality of life has been affected by anasbestos-relatedd disease, we can make sure to get you compensated by filing claims with the asbestos trust funds available.

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