Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets

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 Product Introduction of Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets:

CNBM Class A1 non-combustible magnesium oxide wall board  is made of magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, middle alkali glass fiber mesh, expanded perlite, sawdust, and other auxiliary materials and additives,which is advanced process,demould, conservation,anti-halogen processing and drying processes.whats more it is popular in the world.It is divided into building materials board and fire resistance board according to processes, formulas. Its technical indicators are completely compliance with the requirements of GB 25970-2010 standard.


The surface density of magnesium oxide board is 0.95-1.2g/cm3.It is reduced the building loading,and made the building weight of interior wall reduce 60% more,meanwhile,increased the used area about 5-8%.Light weight board benefit to the structure anti-vibration,and efficiently decrease the cost of groundwork and struct body.


Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets

Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets

Main Features of Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets:


1,Fireproof, non-combustible.Class A1 non-combustible sheet.


2,Waterproof, moisture-proof, anti-corrosion, acid and alkali resistance.


3,Heat insulation, and sound insulation.


4,Low shrinkage rate, light weight, and high strength, overall low density.


5,Smooth surface, can be painted, pasted tile, pasted wallpaper and other decorative materials.


6,Excellent fire resistance performance.Using 12mm thickness plate can be made partition,it can reach 4 hours of fire resistance.


7,Construction cost of low, and can be cut, saw,nail,and bent.

Technical Datas of Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets: 

 Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets

Main application areas of Fiberglass Panel Vermiculite Fire Retardant Board Glass Magnesium Sheets:


Fire resistance board series: used in the tunnel ceiling, steel structure column, beam,horizontal floor, fire partition wall, and room dividers.


Decorative board series:used in the hotels, office building, residential renovation.


Substrate board series:used in ceiling, partition, fireproof door core,warehouse board and lining board.


Sound absorption board series:used in the subways,bus stations, theaters, factories, and other public building.

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Q:Hi everyone, I want to root an Italian Cypress. Can anyone tell me what soil mixture to use and about water.?
What you are proposing to do with your ingredients doesn't sound reasonable and will be a waste. That's if I understand what you want to do with them. If you just mix the bone meal, blood meal and potting mix, they don't add up to 15/30/30 and they are the only ingredients that have a nutrient value. Then trying to make them all into a water mix, along with vermiculite and perlite, which definitely will never dissolve, just sounds like a soupy mess and loss of your ingredients. You would be better off to buy a water soluable fertilizer like Miracle Gro or Peters and use that.
Q:Lots of Redwood questions?
It depends on the soil. If it have a fertilizer the egg could absorb the fertilizer and it could kill the embryo. It might work tho. I would ask a relative to buy vermiculite.
Q:What type of bedding is needed for Bearded Dragon eggs in an Incubator?
Ignore NW Jack's half-serious comments, which he knows are false and are no doubt just a lame attempt to make environmentalists look overly strict.
Q:How do I take care of sprouts for hydroponic growing?
i don't know about your gecko, but vermiculite is used to keep soil from impacting.
Q:Can you keep a tarantula in sand instead of forest bedding?
They're unfertilized. There is no point in trying to hatch them, there's nothing in it. Just like in the chicken eggs we eat.
Q:What is vermiculite? Is it expensive to sell?
Matrix planting flowers with other general matrix such as perlite, peat soil. Generally flower market sales are very easy to buy!
Q:Magic mushrooms shot in the dark?
I had a tarantula, to wash her tank all we did replaced into take her out, positioned her in an enclosed area, trash each and all the bedding (we used ceder i've got faith) then take a sponge (NO cleansing soap) moist it (returned, even be certain that it did no longer comprise cleansing soap on it) then basically scrub the tank (use warm water) then set up the tank returned additionally, if he/ she did no longer start up yet, while he/she starts development webs up the area of the tank, sparkling it greater normally because of the fact with that and slippery aspects, makes for a unfavourable blend while it consists of tarantulas, OH, additionally, while he/she is molting, do no longer put in to any extent further crickets (or what ever he/she eats) and don't pass the tank or him/her, you may tell if he/she is molting if he/she continues to be, yet no longer limp, before this, he/she could have tended to misplaced all of his/her fur.
Q:Will vermiculite be absorbed by plants?
The use of 1~2 years, you need to re replace. Because vermiculite will be natural weathering broken, and if continue to use, the advantages of good ventilation will become poor ventilation shortcomings.
Q:Is Vermiculite and Perlite the same thing?
if your female was not with a male then the egg is not fertile. leopard gecko eggs that are fertile will grow just a little as the embryo grows inside the egg. you also need to remove the fertile eggs an use an incubator (for the best hatch results) by candling the egg you need to be extremely care full not to rotate the egg at all. reptile embryo's attach themselves to the top of the egg, if it is torn away from the spot it attaches itself to the embryo will die. if you do not have an incubator then leave the egg's where they are (if she layed them in some sort of incubation substrate,like ecco-peat or peat moss) keep an eye on them and if they collapse into themselves or mold then the eggs are dead. do not put any sort of moisture directly onto the egg's, this will cause them to mold and die. hope this helps
Q:I used Vermiculite instead of Perlite, is that ok?
Yes, an egg can die the day after it was layed. The female lays eggs in a three month period. My leopard gecko laid one and 2 weeks later another one, and may have more on the way. Vermiculite is better than moss because you can leave it in that and put it straight into the incubator. When the egg starts to deflate it is probably going to die, thats what happened to mine.

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