non-combustible fireproof insulating vermiculite board/panel

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vermiculite Fire Brick: For Hot face and Back-up Insulation up to 1100 degree celsius( 2012 degree F)

 Durable Decorative Fireproof Stove/Fireplace Vermiculite Brick Panel  

 

A Vermiculite panel is a good choice as a fireplace panel because  they not only hold heat in, but they also reflect the heat so that the fireplace  is even more powerful. The material vermiculite is fast becoming very popular to  use in fireplaces because it can be made in a mold to fit almost any size,  pattern or shape of the interior of a fireplace. They are also considered to be  an affordable solution as a replacement fireplace panel and will help to keep  the fireplace running optimally for years to come. 

 

Characteristics:

  1. A1 Grade non-combustible fire rating.

  2. Heat insulation and preservation.

  3. Sound insulation.

  4. Moisture adjustment.

  5. Environment friendly, non-toxic and zero radioactivity, non-asbestos.

  6. Easy to cut and shape with woodworking tools.

 

Specification

Maximum service temperature

Celsius degree

(Fahrenheit degree)

1100

(2012)

Bulk Density,dryKG/M3600-1100(available range)
Cold crushing strengthMpa2.0-7.2
Modulus of ruptureMpa1.31-5.19
Linear reheat shinkage

12h # 900 degree celsius%<1.0
Mean temp.@200W/(mxK)0.15-0.18

@400W/(mxK)0.17-0.20

@600W/(mxK)0.19-0.22

@800W/(mxK)0.20-0.23
Standard size and thicknessThickness20,30,35,40mm
Length and width220x110mm,330x220mm,2100x900mm & 1000x610mm etc.
Other sizes are available upon request
Chemical AnalysisSiO2: 53.39%
Al2O3: 11.22%
Fe2O3: 3.41%
TiO2: 0.73%
CaO:1.53%
MgO: 13.98%
K2O:4.05%
Na2O: 6.90%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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