Cement fibre slates
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Artificial roofing slates were first produced in the late-19th century using a process designed by Ludwig Hatschek. He called the new material Eternit, Latin for eternity. Hatschek licensed the process to four European companies – hence the proliferation of the Eternit name.
The process involved using a paper-making sieve cylinder machine on which...
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