Man-made mineral fibres

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Machine made mineral fibres (MMMF) is a generic term for a range of fibrous amorphous silicates manufactured from glass, rock, furnace slag and occasionally other minerals. Broadly speaking there are four classifications of MMMF including: continuous filament (glass wool) insulation fibre – stone wool (rock wool or slag wool) ceramic fibre (or refractory fibre) and special...

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