The manufacture of asbestos cement pipe is made by lamination on a metal
spindle of wet past consisted of cement and fiber of asbestos. This thin sheet
is compressed by rollers on the spindel, then rolled up in controlled speed
until the thickness total of the lamination reaches the value required by the
structural requirements appropriate for every pipe class.
After lamination, the pipe will be curing until the complete hydration of the
cement. The pipe became a matrix of cement reinforced with asbestos chrysotile
fibers. This matrix is strong, stable, dense, and not porous.
The nature of the material and the mode of manufacture looks to asbestos cement
pipe of numerous qualities sought a solution for pipes of plumbing.
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