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Turkmenistan to produce basalt fiber

27 June 2014 - 5:51pm

 

Turkmenistan to produce basalt fiber
Turkmenistan is developing a project for the construction of plants that will produce basalt fiber, Turkmen media reports.
Basalt fibers can be used to produce channels, beams and other products. Insulating materials are needed in the oil and gas industries and are used for the insulation of pipelines, pipe production and road construction. 
Basalt fibers will be produced from local raw resources.

Turkmenistan is developing a project for the construction of plants that will produce basalt fiber, Turkmen media reports.
Basalt fibers can be used to produce channels, beams and other products. Insulating materials are needed in the oil and gas industries and are used for the insulation of pipelines, pipe production and road construction. 
Basalt fibers will be produced from local raw resources.

 

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