Vermiculite Coated Ceramic Fiber Fabrics

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1 Vermiculite Coated Ceramic Fiber Fabric made by vermiculite, ceramic 
2 Vermiculite Coated Ceramic Fiber Fabric resistant heat




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Vermiculite Coated Ceramic Fiber Fabric is a woven fabric made of our high quality ceramic fiber yarns and then coated with vermiculite. It can be used for high temperature applications up to 1000° C. The cloth is reinforced with fiberglass filament. It contains a certain amount of binder material which is normally burned at lower temperature and does not affect the insulation property. Vermiculite coating enhances the fabrics unmatched abrasion resistance and tensile strength. it also provide a dust suppression coating which allows for a safer work environment.


Vermiculite Coated Ceramic Fiber Fabric Application:

It can used as expansion joints, safety blankets, curtains, welding blankets, protective and insulating covers, shields, 

gaskets, cable or pipe wrapping, etc. It has been widely used in welding, foundry works, aluminum and steel mills, 

boiler insulation and seal, shipyards, refineries, power plants and chemical plants.


This Vermiculite Coated Ceramic Fiber Fabric has a very high vermiculite content (10 to 12%).

Allows for contacting molten metal slag

An alternative to asbestos based textiles

Provides low thermal conductivity and good dielectric strength and features excellent corrosion resistance

Used at 2300°F / 1260°C continuously, molts above 3000°F / 1650°C

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Q:Vermiculite, soilless cultivation, horticulture, vermiculite, the use of coarse?
There are two conventional specifications for raising vermiculite: 1-3mm (seedling raising, horticulture, vermiculite), 2-4mm (seedling raising, vermiculite), and various types of seedling vermiculite according to customer requirements. Seedling vermiculite is made of expanded vermiculite specially made.
Q:What is vermiculite used for?
Because vermiculite has a very high melting point, generally reach 1270 to 1370 DEG C, in addition to fire prevention, heat insulation, sound-absorbing, non-toxic, linear expansion coefficient, the special properties of low thermal conductivity and many other materials do not have, therefore in the application of life and industry is very extensive.
Q:If vermiculite is a carcinogen?
After they hatch the babies will most likely not eat until they have had their first shed - which on average is about a week later. Remove access to the vermiculite and just use paper towels as a subtrate and create a standard moist hide. So after they shed, just offer them food and they should eventually start eat by themselves. The food offered should be no bigger than the width between the eyes. Thats is pretty much, most people don't normally have any problems raising leopard gecko bubs. Hope this helps!
Q:need high humidity, alternative to perlite?
The kitties may be altering the ph of the soil. I would have it checked. You can get a home ph tester at farm and garden and some big box stores or check with your local Ag Cooperative Extension office to see who else can do this for you. I would mix the soil really well to get a better over all test but check with the agent to see what they recommend. Vermiculite would only make the soil lighter. You want the soil to form a crumbly ball when wet. This assures the soil will both drain well but still hold enough water for the plants. good luck.
Q:Are my bearded dragon eggs healthy?
Well since you probably don't have an incubator which are like a thousand dollars, then I'd suggest you put them in some vermiculate, and put a heat lamp on them that makes their temps 85 degrees. The vermiculite will keep the eggs moist that way you won't have to put them in a box along with the heat lamp and a water bowl that you would need to replace every day or even more than that. So the easiest way would be to just put them in some vermiculite and heat them to 85 degrees. Put them in the container with vermiculite the same way you found them, don't turn them or anything, because that could crush them. And don't drown them under the vermiculite either, just bury them half way remember not to touch them too much or harshly.
Q:What is the fine brown dust in this warehouse cinder block wall?
no wash it.vermiculite is a natural earth mineral
Q:Why am I finding GOLD in my garden?
If they are starting to collapse after only week, it is possible that your humidity is too low and the eggs are drying out. It is also possible that they are infertile, but it is best to assume they are good until you know for sure. You could also try candling the eggs.
Q:what is the chemical formula for garnet?
At first I would beleive that this is pyrite. Or fools gold. A good test is to put it on a hard surface and the poke it hard with a knife. Or squeeze it between pliers. If it breaks its pyrite. If it bends, you have either a foil, or possibly gold. Another test you could do is put a few of these flakes in a bowl or pan along with some dirt you have in the carden, put in a small amount of water. Shake it all up, hold the pan and bang the side, this will cause the heavier material to sink to the bottom. now swish it around soflty and slowly, if you can get the gold colored stuff to stay, and everything else to float off, you have gold. This process is called gold panning. If it is indeed gold, I would recommend you start digging. Gold is at $893 per ounce. But i doubt your are just diggin up gold flakes, even though it is possible, i would guess its pirite, or trash, or foil capsules from fertilizer
Because its not porous, so it doesn't absorb the water. How much something expands or contacts when wet depends on how much water it can absorb.
Q:What is vermiculite? What's the use of it?
The high temperature roasting of vermiculite ore can make the volume expand rapidly 8-20 times, and the specific gravity after expansion is 130-180kg/m3. It has a strong thermal insulation performance.

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