Document about Fire Resistant Cable for Nuclear Power Plants (1970)Product Code: 944
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Title: Document about Fire Resistant Cable for Nuclear Power Plants
Publication Date: 1970
This listing is for 1 Page with a paragraph about "Fire Resistant Cable Meets Nuclear Power Plant Demands"
This paragraph is part of a section on "Materials | Methods | Applications." This page is from a technical journal and this is editorial content. This is not an advertisement. This paragraph and its accompanying diagram take up a little more than 1/4 page.
The diagram is of a fire resistant cable and Pyrotex Tape is labeled in the diagram.
The text mentions two companies. First it says that the cable was developed by Rockbestos Wire & Cable Division of Cerro Corporation.
Then it says that the Pyrotex was manufactured by the Asbestos Textile Division of Raybestos-Manhattan Inc.
The text clearly states that Pyrotex contained asbestos, and that Rockbestos' nuclear power plant cable contained asbestos.
1 page from an August 1970 technical journal.
Condition: Good. Carefully removed from a publication. Minor wear.