Sound Control and Thermal Insulation of Buildings (1966)
Perforated Asbestos Cement Board Panels from Armstrong Cork Co, Elof Hansson Inc, Wood Conversion Co, Johns-Manville, Wood Conversion Co, and The Celotex Co.
Popular Science Magazine, 1965
Asbestos roofing and siding.
Marine Engine and Fire Room Guide (1943)
Detailed chart lists when asbestos packings are used for specific services and joints.
Application Instructions for Johns-Manville Built up Roofing (1953)
Asbestos felts for Flexstone Built-up Roofs, Asbestos base flashing, and Asbestile flashing.
Water Supply Engineering (1959)
Describes the use of asbestos cement pipe. Also, compounds containing asbestos were used for joints in water pipes.
Johns-Manville Brake Linings: Brake Blocks and Clutch Facings Catalog No. 75 (1966)
This catalog lists many different car and truck manufacturers.
Inorganic Fibres (1958)
Asbestos Textiles, Asbestos in the Plastics Industry, Asbestos in the Electrical Industry and much more.
Johns-Manville Service to Industry (1924)
Refractory cement is one of the products described in this catalog style book.
Johns-Manville Products: 1940 Catalog (1940)
Brake linings, clutch linings. Asbestos packing for water pumps.
Naval Engineers Journal, August 1964, Volume 76, Number 4 (1964)
Advertisements for Johns-Manville and Buffalo Forge Company
The Pocket List of Railroad Officials: 3rd Quarter, 1963 (1963)
Directory lists asbestos product manufacturers and advertisements for Anchor Packing Company & Philip Carey.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Transite Pipe (1 Sheet) (1953)
Describes types and uses of transite pipe, an asbestos containing pipe.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Transite Smoke Jacks
About Transite smoke jacks and smoke ducts used in locomotive roundhouses.
Ideas for Decorative Floors Brochure
Johns-Manville Asphalt Tile Flooring contained asbestos. Color chart, patterns, and information about installation and cleaning.
Sound Control - Johns-Manville Catalog (1961)
Transite Acoustical Panels are described as containing perforated asbestos-cement.
Johns-Manville Structural Insulating Board Products Catalog
Use with asbestos shingles described.
Johns-Manville Asbestos Flexboard Catalog
Circa 1947. Flexboard was a building board made of asbestos and cement.
Johns-Manville Sound Control Catalog (1946)
Johns-Manville Sanacoustic Units contained asbestos. They were used for ceilings.
Johns-Manville Documentation: J-M Asbestos Pipe Line Felts (1943)
J-M Asbestos Pipe Line Felt and Fabric.
Johns-Manville Corrulux Catalog (1960)
Skylight installation details show the use of asbestos and transite.
Johns-Manville Bonded Roofs Advertisement
1920s ad for Johns-Manville asbestos roofs.
Transite Pipes for the Home - Advertisement
1950s. Johns-Manville. Transite pipes are described as asbestos-cement. Sewer pipe, air duct, & vent pipe.
Johns-Manville Thermomix Advertisement
Late 1960s. Phenolic resin combined with asbestos (chrysotile and crocidolite) for aerospace use.
Aeronautical Engineering Catalog (1958)
Johns-Manville J-M Tadpole Firewall Seals for jet aircraft. Lewis Engineering Company asbestos insulated wire and cable.
Johns-Manville Waterproofing Documentation
Asbestos Waterproofing Felt, Asbestos Fibrous Roof Coating, and Asphalt-Asbestos Bituminous Putty.
Johns-Manville Documentation (16 pages)
General information about Johns-Manville company history, product research and development, asbestos fibre division, plants and mines, etc.
Johns-Manville Built-Up Roofs Catalog (1965)
Specifications for Johns-Manville asbestos roofing products, including built-up roofs.
Quintex Johns-Manville Advertisement (1970)
Quintex Electrical Insulation contained asbestos.
Johns-Manville Advertisement for J-M Quintex (1969)
Quintex electrical sheet insulation for transformers and coils.
Lot of brochures showing Air Pollution Control Equipment
The Pentapure, from The Purity Corporation, was used in a Johns-Manville plant on an asbestos mixer.
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.
Johns-Manville Documentation on Roofs and Shingles
1940s-1950s. Asbestos felts used in built-up roofs, asbestos roof coating, asbestos shingles, and more.
Johns-Manville Documentation on Trancell
Trancell, an asbestos product, was used for housing electrical equipment. Transite also described as containing asbestos.
Johns-Manville Documentation on Chemstone (1952)
Chemstone, an asbestos material, was used for table tops, fume hoods, and ducts.
Johns-Manville Documentation on Quinorgo and Quinorgobord
Quinorgo and Quinorgobord were electrical insulation products that contained asbestos.
Johns-Manville Documentation Lot: Asbestos Paper, Transite Sheets, etc
Transite Asbestos Sheets, J-M Asbestos Papers and Tapes, and J-M Asbestos Listings and Braided Tubing.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Terraflex Tile Flooring (1950)
Terraflex was a plastic asbestos floor tile.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Quinterra Electrical Insulation
Quinterra Electrical Insulation contained asbestos fiber. It was used to insulate transformers, wires, coils, etc.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Niagrite-Asbestoment Cable Fireproofing (1943)
J-M Niagrite was "commercially pure asbestos felted tape."
Johns-Manville Documentation: J-M Sealing Compounds (1953)
Navaseal, for marine use, contained asbestos. It was used on ships to seal electrical duct services.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Transitop (1952)
Transitop was a wall unit that was faced with asbestos-cement board.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Roof Coatings, Putties, Papers and Felts (1951)
Asbestos Fibrous Roof Coating, Black Plastic Cement, Asbestos Caulking Putty, and Asbestos Slaters Felt.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Asbestos Flexboard (1952)
Asbestos Flexboard was used for walls and ceilings. Many uses listed, including school rooms, Naval structures, and more.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Transite Building Sewer Pipe (1953)
Transite Building Sewer Pipe was designed for house connection service. Transite pipe could be machined on the job.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Corrugated Transite
Corrugated transite for roofing, siding, and partitioning. Suggested uses were oil refineries, railroads, warehouses, airports, etc.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Packings (1952)
Packing Recommendations for Pulp & Paper Mill, and other services. Pump packings recommendations. Types of packing described.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Asbestos Roving, Yarn, and Listings (1947)
Info on manufacture of asbestos cloth, sewing asbestos cloth, insulation for electric heater cords, and more.
Johns-Manville Documentation: Asbestos Fiber
General information on Raw Asbestos Fiber, Grading of Fiber, and description of the desirable properties of fiber used in the manufacture of products.
Johns-Manville Documentation: J-M Refractories for Domestic Heating Equipment (1949)
J-M Dobfill and Fireite Asbestos Furnace Cement.
Johns-Manville Residential Pipe and Boiler Insulation Ad
Products used in the home for plumbing and heating insulation: Asbestos cement, 85% Magnesia Pipe Insulation, Asbestocel Range Boiler Jackets..
Transite Flue Pipe Documentation (1950)
Describes transite flue pipe as being made out of asbestos and cement. Pictures of installations and application instructions.
Transite Pressure Pipe Documentation (1949)
Transite Pressure Pipe used in waterworks throughout the United States.
Flat Transite Asbestos Sheets and Transite Walls Documentation
Describes many uses for asbestos sheets and for transite walls.
Asbesto-Sponge Felted Sheets and Blocks Documentation (1949)
Information on a Johns-Manville asbestos insulating material.
Banroc Blankets - Johns-Manville Documentation
Banroc blanket insulation with asbestos paper on both sides.
Thermobestos Blocks - Johns-Manville Documentation
Thermobestos blocks for insulating boilers, tanks, heat exchangers, and other equipment.
Fire-Felt Sheets and Blocks - Johns-Manville Documentation (1937)
Super Fire-Felt and Asbestos Fire-Felt Pipe Insulation
Documentation on Asbestocel, Vitribestos, and Flat Transite (1950)
Johns-Manville. Vitribestos, an asbestos felt product, for smokestacks and flues. Asbestocel sheets and blocks.
Johns-Manville Roof Insulations Brochure (1964)
J-M Built-up Roofing used Asbestos Waterproofing Felt.
Johns-Manville Corrugated Transite and Flat Transite Catalog (1964)
Describes their asbestos-cement building boards known as Transite.
Johns-Manville Corrulux Products Catalog (1964)
Installation diagrams show the use of asbestos.
Insulation of Power Plant Equipment Documentation
Johns-Manville asbestos products used in boiler rooms.
Johns-Manville Pipe Insulation Documentation
Asbestocel Pipe Insulation, Asbesto-Sponge Felted Pipe Insulation, Asbestos Cement for Flanges, Fittings & Valves, and more.
Superex Pipe Insulation Documentation (1936)
Superex described as a high temperature insulation that contained asbestos.
Johns-Manville Insulation Documentation: 85% Magnesia, Millboard, Brick, Sheet & Block
Descriptions of many asbestos insulation products, including 85% Magnesia Blocks and Lagging, Marinite-36, & More.
J-M Industrial Flooring Documentation (1951)
Johns-Manville Hot Mastic Flooring. Construction details indicate the use of asbestos paper and felt.
Furnace Expansion Joints Documentation (1935)
Johns-Manville. Boiler expansion joints are packed with asbestos rope or jelly-rolls.
No. 1600 Quinterrabord Johns-Manville Advertisement (1965)
Described as containing asbestos and being cheaper than mica. Used in toasters, electrical heaters, furnaces, hair dryers, and more.
Johns-Manville Transformer Insulation Advertisement (1967)
Johns-Manville asbestos insulation types Quinorgobord & R-4 Quinorgo used in General Electric transformers.
Johns-Manville Asbestos Webs Advertisement (1965)
Describes the benefits of using asbestos webs in fuel cells.
Electrical Engineering Catalogs 1932-1933 (1932)
Asbestos products from General Electric, Johns-Manville, Keasbey & Mattison Company, American Steel & Wire Company, & John A. Roebling's Sons Company.