armstrong vinyl flooring contain asbestos

How to Identify Armstrong Congoleum Linoleum & other Brands of Resilient Flooring or Sheet Flooring that May Contain Asbestos (or not) Bottom line : asbestos-containing sheet flooring in good condition in a residential environment is not a high risk of causing airborne asbestos hazards as the material is not friable. 【Get Price】

Vinyl flooring and wallpaper that contain asbestos cannot be recognized on sight. It is always safer to assume material manufactured before 1980 contains asbestos. Asbestos vinyl sheet flooring should only be removed by a licensed abatement professional. Abating asbestos vinyl wallpaper and floor tiles does not typically require a license ... 【Get Price】

Armstrong Flooring Inc. no longer manufacturers resilient floors or adhesives that contain asbestos. The information provided below represents the last date for each floor product category that Armstrong produced containing asbestos. 【Get Price】

Armstrong Congoleum-Nairn Ever-Wear KenTile KenFlex Montgomery Ward and Sears & Roebuck are some of the brand names of vinyl tile from that period that might contain asbestos. Because floor tiles are not imprinted with brand names look for previous owners' documentation or for excess tiles left by the installers. 【Get Price】

One Armstrong World Industries vinyl resilient sheet flooring product thought to have been installed in 1967 was tested in a lab and found to contain 70 percent asbestos. Such products some sold under the brand name Solarian were installed as recently as 1980 long after governmental restrictions on asbestos were initiated. 【Get Price】

Our photo (left) shows Armstrong® Excelon 12x12 vinyl asbestos flooring made in 1972 identified in our floor tile photo guide ASBESTOS FLOOR TILE IDENTIFICATION PHOTOS 1949-1959 - detailed photo guide to asphalt asbestos and vinyl asbestos floor tiles and resilient flooring produced in 1900 -1980. 【Get Price】

While Armstrong World Industries no longer manufactures asbestos-containing products flooring and ceiling materials produced by the company before the 1980s are still found in older buildings. Disturbing these materials during renovations or demolitions can lead to asbestos exposure so precautions and prevention mandates should be followed. 【Get Price】