Asbestos cement sheeting
Asbestos cement sheeting on an older building that was being demolished. In this case it is ribbed sheets that overlap vertically giving the appearance of vertical weatherboards.
House being demolished with walls constructed of asbestos cement sheeting.
Flat cement sheeting has a heavily dimpled ('golf ball') surface on the back. This material is very hard and inflexible and appears on buildings constructed before the mid 60's. Crocidolite (blue) fibre is regularly noted to be in material of this era.
Demountable building constructed from a bolt together steel frame which was originally clad inside and out with asbestos containing cement sheeting.
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Former maintenance workers residence at Cape Wickham Lighthouse on King Island. The roofing, wall cladding, flashings, flue pipe, guttering and downpipes are all manufactured from asbestos containing cement sheet. The internal areas were also clad in asbestos materials.