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The dangers of asbestos are becoming increasingly apparent with more people than ever aware of the asbestos dilemma. Whether you’ve been informed by the media, searched about asbestos online or read a book you should now be equipped with enough knowledge to avoid the significant health hazards of asbestos.
Long before it was known that asbestos exposure can place you at risk of developing diseases such as asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma, asbestos was better known for its heat resistant properties. However, research showed that asbestos fibres released through damage can be inhaled and contribute to life-threatening diseases.
As a consequence of this research, the asbestos High Efficiency Particulate Arrestor (HEPA) vacuum filter was developed. Although asbestos is no longer used in the UK, if you live or work in a building constructed before 2000 you may still come in to contact with asbestos containing materials.
If you do have asbestos in your building, frequent vacuuming of carpets using the asbestos HEPA vacuum can help to minimize the risk of exposure. An Asbestos HEPA vacuum does not only tackle the removal of asbestos particles and help to protect you from the harmful fibrous elements, but it also eliminates lead and other dangerous foreign substances which could have adverse effect on your health.
Before you use an asbestos HEPA vacuum, it is important to read the instructions to ensure you get the best possible performance from it. This familiarisation is needed to ensure you are using the asbestos HEPA vacuum correctly and know, for example, how to prepare the area for the cleaning. When using the asbestos HEPA vacuum it is essential that you know how to properly dispose of the collected waste which may possibly contain asbestos particles. If you suspect asbestos may be present, proper and careful disposal of the waste from the vacuum must be strictly observed, so as not to create asbestos cross contamination.
Like a regular vacuum cleaner, the asbestos HEPA vacuum is powered with a motor. It will not eliminate asbestos alone but can help with its control. You can find models with the conventional bag collection system and others with the increasingly popular bag-less design.
To find out if you need an asbestos HEPA vacuum call now on 0844 288 7264 and speak to a TopAsbestosRemoval.co.uk Expert about getting your asbestos managed.