Vermiculite Coated Industrial Fiber Glass Tapes

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
Payment Terms:
Min Order Qty:
1000 m²
Supply Capability:
100000 m²/month

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Coated Fiber Glass Tape packed according to customer requirement
Delivery Detail:Coated Fiber Glass Tape delivers in 20DAYS

Vermiculite Coated Industrial Fiber Glass Tape  

Vermiculite Coated Fiber Glass Tape Description:

1. Vermiculite is a natural mineral which provides a natural inorganic finish to fiberglass.

2. This coating provides short temperature resistance of 1000C degree and increased continuous temperature resistance temperature up to 800C degree.
3. Vermiculite coated fiber glass tape increase the products' abrasion resistance and adds to its ability to withstand direct flame.

4. It also provide a dust suppression coating which allows for a safer work environment.


Vermiculite Coated Fiber Glass Tape Application:
1. Vermiculite coated fiber glass tape is used for heat shield,flange and valve covers,welding curtains,expansion joins and equipment


Vermiculite Coated Fiber Glass Tape Specification:

Ref. No.

Basic cloth

Overall Thickness







1, 1.5





1, 1.5





1, 1.5





1, 1.5





1, 1.5





1, 1.5

Our Service:

1. Your inquiry related to our products or prices will be replied within 24hours

2. Well-trained and experienced staffs to answer all your enquiries in fluent English.

3. All our products have 1-year warranties.

4. Offering the support to solve the problem in the application or selling period.

5. Competitive prices based on same quality;

6. Guarantee samples quality same as mass production quality

Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:does any one know where i can find to buy Vermiculite,Perlite,Brown Rice Flower. oh and small half pint mason
Not to sound like just about everyone else, but there are a few flaws. 1) breeding is VERY hard. You have to have PERFECT conditions and even then it's a long shot. You'll need to be very patient. 2) you need to have an extra tank with, yet again, perfect conditions for your hatchlings. That means even more money. 3) babies eat twice as much as adults. That means more food, more dusting powder, ect. 4) people won't buy from you for $50 unless you are well known. Heck, I can get a great gecko from Petco for $25. Sorry, I don't want to be cruel sounding. I wish you the best of luck :) yay for my generation taking a step for my favorite animals.
Q:What's the DIFFERENCE between the TEXTURE of topsoil,potting soil,and clay?
Home Depot I know for sure has larger bags. And I do believe that Lowe's carries it ,as well. Check there before you go paying a fortune to have it shipped. Good Luck!
Q:Where can you buy Vermiculite?
Sometimes vermiculite can come from minerals that cause it to be slightly alkaline. That wouldn't be good for fly-traps but most vermiculite should work just fine. Both vermiculite and perlite are used because they hold water well. It is probably something else bothering the plant but pH is still a likely problem. You might try using distilled water.
Q:Leopard Gecko Eggs infertile?
Q:vermiculite or perilite?
do you mean a substrate for flooring or for shedding? for shedding i use spagnum moss its perfect! and easy to maintain, if you mean as a flooring i have a simple wood looking lino or vinyl floor tile as they are called, these are cheap, easy to maintain as they wipe clean and my geckos love them as they let the heat through and keep the heat from the bulb perfectly, you can find these at your local diy store or pound store. just wipe clean everymonth and they are perfect for little messes the critters create! i hope this helped good luck with whatever you choose!
Q:What should I do about my Leopard Gecko?
I don't know SC law, but there should be civil laws in effect. There are EPA regs that cover it, or should be, maybe they're running unregulated. Mine Safety board would be someone else to contact. If it's dangerous to you, it's also dangerous to those working near it. Sic the feds on em, that'll get em shut down. I'd also contact a lawyer that takes cases on a percentage. Got to be a way to sue the pants off them for making your hubby sick and ruining your property.
Q:Is vermiculite ok to use in a moist box for a leopard gecko?
You have a good selection of materials to make a progressive filter. Divide your materials into 3 categories: 1. Filtering materials in order of effectiveness- rocks, kitty litter, vermiculite, sand, gauze, cotton paper towels, coffee filters, activated charcoal... etc. 2. Containers- soda bottles, plastic tubing. 3. Attaching materials- hot glue, duct tape. Now you have to put the materials into the soda bottles. Start with the rocks. Cut off the bottom of the bottle, put some gauze in the mouth of the bottle put a hole in the cap, and put in on the bottle. Now turn the bottle over and put in the rocks. This is stage 1 of your filter. Take another bottle with a hole in the cap. Cut off the bottom and duct tape this into the open end of the bottle to hold the rocks in during transport and to act as a funnel. Stage 2 is almost the same. This time use the kitty litter instead of the rocks. Stick the neck of the first stage into the open end of the second stage and use the duct tape to hold them together. Stage 3: Vermiculite Stage 4: Sand, but now you have to use the paper towel instead of the gauze because the sand can get through the gauze. Stage 5 is just the coffee filters Stage 6 is the activated charcoal and use the cotton in the neck to keep the charcoal in the bottle. The last stage should again use a coffee filter to get any bits of charcoal that may have escaped. If you duct tape each stage carefully to the next you will have a tall progressive filter. You pour in the polluted water at the top and you will have pretty well filtered water at the bottom.
Q:Growing corn using vermiculite?
it would artwork if there's a community on your tank that continues to be a relentless and correct temperature, 80 - 85F is a sturdy variety for leos. placed an empty, trial field in with a solid thermometer to analyze which spot would artwork. The field might would desire to be solid sufficient that your woman can not knock it over and feeder bugs can not enter it. Incubators have a lid that slows evapouration so which you may would desire to computer screen the humidity of the vermiculite closer interior the tank. it is going to very probable dry out quicker. The toddlers should not be waiting to flee whilst they hatch or they might replace right into a meal for mom
Q:Fundmental percentage problem?
You left out some steps. You should mix the water, vermiculite and brown rice flour(ground brown rice) and place it in a jar and place the jar in boiling water or pressure cooker. Generally they are mixed together in the right ratio. One part brown rice flower, one part water and two parts vermiculite is the recommended ratio. Mix the water and vermiculite first. Then add brown rice flour. Place it half way full in a jar and cover it tightly with aluminum foil. Boil it for 20 minutes being careful that the water level is low enough that it doesn't get into the jars. Pressure cooking is better but not necessary. Let it cool down. Inject the spores. After a week or so it should start turning white. At some point you need to put it in a fruiting chamber. I would probably do that at about 2 weeks or when the mycelium had established itself. It needs to be exposed to light or mushrooms won't form. Mushrooms also generally need more ventilation at that point.
Q:Is miracle grow sphagnum peat moss dangerous for my snake?
Many, many reptile breeders use vermiculite without problems. I personally have produced around 30 leopard geckos that were laid in it. I believe that some people use moist spagnum moss instead. Make sure the vermiculite is slightly moist (moist, but you can't squeeze water out of it) and in a warm part of the cage,85 degrees or so-and at least 2.5-3 deep in a dark container. reptiles will sometimes wait to lay until their instincts tell them they have found the right spot.It does sound like she could be eggbound . If she doesnt lay soon, and you are sure she is gravid(pregnant), she will need a vets attention, or she could die. Also, even though vermiculite is commonly used, it is still possible she is impacted(plugged up) with a couple lumps of it or something else, rather than being gravid. The constant digging tells me that she is most likely gravid and wants to lay. Make sure that spot it just right. I use one of those plastic containers for freezing your leftover dinners- cut an entrance near the top of 1 side and wrap it or spray paint it(let the paint dry very well before using it) to make it like a cave or hole in the ground. 5-6 deep- and wide, and 8-10 long is what I use.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range