Books about Asbestos Use in Heating Systems and Furnaces
Sunbeam Arlington Steel Furnace Brochure (1948)
Asbestos cement and asbestos rope mentioned. American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corporation.
Transite Flue Pipe Documentation (1950)
Describes transite flue pipe as being made out of asbestos and cement. Pictures of installations and application instructions.
Johns-Manville Documentation: J-M Refractories for Domestic Heating Equipment (1949)
J-M Dobfill and Fireite Asbestos Furnace Cement.
Johns-Manville Documentation on Asbestos Ebony Moulded and Electrobestos (1945)
Electrobestos, an asbestos product, was used for soldering cups, furnace bushings, muffle furnace trays, etc.
Maid-O-Mist Catalog (1957)
Automatic Convector Humidifiers used asbestos.
Hoskins Manufacturing Advertisement
1940s. Muffle Furnaces with asbestos front head.
Lot of 2 Ads: General Heating / Republic Products Advertisements
Circa 1956. Winter Air Conditioners insulated with Alfol asbestos.
Smith & Kanzler / Sonoco Advertisement
Circa 1956. Smith & Kanzler asbestos insulation products. Sonoco Sonoairduct-XP Fibre Duct for warm air systems contained asbestos outer wrap.
S.O.S. Products Advertisement
Circa 1956. Furnace cement contained asbestos.
Bigelow-Liptak Advertisement (1939)
Asbestos cement used in Bigelow-Liptak Unit-Suspended Walls for furnaces.
DeWolf Furnace Advertisement (1939)
Casing material choices include asbestos millboard and transite.
Winkler Combustion Chambers Installation Instructions
Asbestos pad used in furnace installation.
New Thatcher Comfortmaster for Gas Brochure
Thatcher Furnace Company. Gas furnace contained asbestos fire-wall.
Gravity Code and Manual for the Design and Installation of Gravity Warm Air Heating Systems (1947)
Use of asbestos paper, asbestos cement, and air cell asbestos.
Wood Heat Safety (1980)
The use of asbestos and its hazardous nature are discussed in this book.