Creda Storage Heater

I stripped down this item to throw away as I was told it was asbestos free. Just wondered what was the cement like substance inside.
thx
Tony
16:17 Tue 06th Sep 2011
 
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By the way the model was 790520 000QE
I'd have said it was asbestos. Assume it is unless you can be 100% sure it isn't, and if the heater is any age at all it will have been the only material used for such purposes.
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Thanks Maidup, I checked online and this didn't include asbestos. It would be too late anyway as it's already stripped down.
How old is it?
It's not mentioned here.........

http://www.aic.org.uk/Storageheaters.htm
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That's the problem TB I'm not sure of the date as it was already in. Still it would be too late now.
I think they had fibre cement panels inside .. are they panels .. and how thick?
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Thx for the great replies. They do happen to be cement.

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