HD Historic Stock Footage - Asbestos Mining and products 1950's, Asbestos - A Matter of Time


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True HD Direct Film Transfers - Full ProRes HQ Downloads. http://www.buyoutfootage.com/pages/titles/pd_na_590.php Asbestos - A Matter of Time 1959 Using animation of lightning, wind, storms, and violent forces within the earth, this film explains the geological history of earth and the formation of asbestos. Explains the unusual qualities of asbestos that man cannot duplicate. Low aerial view of the world's largest asbestos mine, the Jeffrey Mine, at Asbestos, Canada. The Jeffery mine is a hugh open pit mine sing blasting, large shovels, and large ore hauling trucks. Animation is used to explain the block carving, underground, method of mining asbestos. Shows miners working in mining tunnels and leaving mind elevator at end of shift. Shows how the mineral is processed and a detailed examination of how the fiber is milled and undergoes its change from crude ore to refined fiber and the significant role it plays in our lives. Illustrates the many uses of asbestos in construction of homes from concrete roofing tile re-enforced with asbestos, to outside wall siding to floor tile. Image of women's hand as she uses an electric iron, little boy playing with an electric train. Shows construction company laying asbestos-cement pipe in a trench. Shows a construction safety hazard of man working in deep trench without trench shoring to prevent cave-in of trench. Close-up front view of family of four riding in a convertible automobile or car. Scenes of vehicles on suburban highway, commuter bus approaches, stops to pick-up a passenger. Commercial jet passenger plane in flight 1958, close-up passenger train approaches, close-up as train cars pass by. Shows passenger cruise ship and interior spaces of ship. Shows a cattle pen and hog pen, panning view of chemical plant, industrial plant, refinery, large compressors, pumps, shipyard cranes, re-roofing with felt paper and hot tar. Please visit our website for more historic film titles. http://www.buyoutfootage.com/pages/pd.html Buyout Footage is a leading supplier of public domain and royalty free stock footage for filmmakers, broadcasters, advertising agencies, multi-media and production companies worldwide. Historical Footage in True HD.


Comments

  1. Fast food will kill you sooner
  2. hi makes it sound so good. and not toxic. but its incredible it is so toxic!
  3. 8:02 the highest safety standards
  4. Wow lol
  5. how hot can aspestose get before breaking down
  6. That looks really safe............
  7. Ignorance was bliss.
  8. My job which is a factory built in 1954 has Abestos warning signs everywhere. Exposed pipes warn against it but never removed
  9. ooooooh unaffected by fire unchanged by weather un touched by captains WOW asbestos is so good 8D (bad joke)
  10. So oblivious to its deadly properties
  11. As if it wasn't bad enough they used VIBRATING SCREENS to sift it out lol
  12. OOOh asbestos cement pipe! Hmmmm, "clean" water
  13. "When time was young..." Ha, ha, ha! Talk about a horror story.
  14. Welcome to Asbestose!
  15. We used this shit for everything....how did we not wipe out our population?
  16. Wow, this stuff sounds awesome where can I buy some? I want to retrofit my whole life with it!
  17. Chrysotile, mentioned in the video, has been proven to be pretty much harmless, the lungs clear it out without trouble. The amphiboles, on the other hand, are really bad news. But they are much more rare, especially in the US.
  18. 08:02 Oh, luckily the workers are protected. I already was beginning to worry about a possibility of danger there.
  19. HUMANITY IS DOOMED :-I
  20. meanwhile people that had these roof shingles died of cancer