Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board

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Specifications of Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board:

1.ISO9001-2000 company 
2.Major draftsmen of JC/T810-2008 in vermiculite standards 
3.High reputation in China 

1. Product Information of Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board:

Type (I) , Fe2O3 content 5-13%:gray-silver-white, similar in colour to South African material

Type (II) , Fe2O3 content 16-22%:golden-yellow, similar in colour to Australia and India etc

Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board

Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board


2. Characteristcs of Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board:

Rock wool board is an economical lightweight thermal insulation material. It consists of long fine fibers,spun from molten natural rock bonded with a thermosetting resin.

A suitable finish such as metal cladding is recommended to protect the insulation from weather or mechanical damage.

Kening Insulation manufactures a wide range of insulation materials for both hot and cold applications.

Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board

3.Product Application of Fire Proof Insulation Vermiculite Fire Board:

Petrochemical industry -- heat insulation and sound absorption of equipments for petroleum industry, power industry and chemical industry.

Construction industry -- heat insulation and sound absorption of partition, curtain wall, roofs and fences for construction.

Mining industry -- heat preservation and fireproof for industrial kiln, oven, large-caliber storage tank and shipping.




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Q:Reptile breeders ~ Any of you use HatchRite?
Q:What is incubation vermiculite and how it is used?
There is no difference between incubation vermiculite and horticultural vermiculite, all of which belong to silicate minerals. Its role in incubation and horticultural farming:1, for turtle eggs hatch, with mud and sand is more convenient, safer and more effective.2, for the transport of turtles, moisturizing buffer effect, can improve the survival rate.3, planting medium, one of the main materials, and peat, perlite and other mixed use.4. Sowing mulch.
Q:perlite vs. vermiculite?
Put it in the oven and dry it out. It is volcanic rock and there is no danger of any kind. If you heat it to at least 165 degrees for 30 minutes (at the coolest point) it will pasteurize the soil, meaning that at that temp any plant pathogenic fungi or bacteria will be killed. The issue with Vermiculite was asbestos occuring in some of the early mines. The dust created during mining was hazardous. This issue has been resolved.
Q:Japanese cake/pastry with self-heating packet inside plastic wrapper?
Yeah, I don't do an exact ratio... I add enough so that it's not sopping wet. You'll be able to tell. It'll be moist enough so that it's not falling out of your hand, but it won't be dripping. Unless you have a good digital scale, you won't be able to do the ratio as it's by weight, not by volume. Generally this ratio is about 1:1 up to 1:4 of vermiculite to water. I prefer to make it less wet and add some if needed.
Q:Quality grade classification of vermiculite
Grade four: the micro hydration of vermiculite, have similar appearance and mica, with without hydration of mica flakes peeling easy split, color is dark green or nearly black, a shiny glass, vermiculite after calcining the volume expansion of 3 times.
Q:How do I identify the grainy, black insulation in my attic?
it truly is necessary to to take the eggs out at present. They run the probability of drying out or getting trampled. once you're taking the eggs out, be very careful no longer to tilt or shake the eggs. What i do even as my lady lays is i mark the proper of the uncovered element of the egg with a washer-friendly marker so as that i recognize the position the proper of the egg is and so as that i do not tilt it or turn it the incorrect way up by utilizing mistake. Tilting it is going to reason the embryo to break, therefore killing the egg...intently raise them out and position them in a field with moist (no longer moist) vermiculite or soil. Use your thumb to make an imprint on the soil to position each and every egg. each and every egg must be about 0.5 way buried. this may develop the probabilities of your eggs surviving once you're taking them to the puppy save in order to suited incubate them... good success!
Q:is cork, cellulose or vermiculite?
you could but i heard that reptivite special sand is the best because it has calcium in it if ur beardie digests it and it doesnt clump together so ur beardie will be safe if it accidentilly eats it. if u dont trust sand u can use tile flooring< newspaper (i hate newspaper), papertowel (looks dirty and gets very dirty)< or artificial turf. ive heard a lot of mixed thought for the artificial turf though. i use the sand for some of my reptiles and nothing has ever happened to them
Q:Can NutraLime replace vermiculite?
yes it does matter if u get the eggs wet they will start to mold but if they do start to mold i heard of some ways to get rid of it i think u put foot powder on them but im not sure u should look it up... but yea dont mist the eggs just mist the vermiculite/perlite or just mix it with water SHUT the container with NO holes and the humidity should stay in there and with no need th spray the container no more....and open it every week for ventilation.. hope i helped =D
Q:Why is stratification performed in 50/50 peat vermiculite mix?
Pink Buffalo is good. Inoculate rye and allow it to fully colonize. Then spawn to horse manure. If rye isn't available use wild birdseed with a high millet content. If manure isn't available then fruit from your substrate directly. Rye will work better than wbs though. Vermiculite will help make a casing layer but isn't necessary for a substrate because it has no nutritional value. The flushes will be good as long as they fruit in high humidity with plenty of fresh air.
Q:A hot pack foot warmer contains iron powder, water, salt, activated carbon and vermiculite. It is activated b?
They are both used to lighten soil to decrease compaction. Vermiculite is made of mica. Not sure about perlite composition. Some people start seeds in vermiculite. I mix Miraclegro potting soil (4 parts) with 1 part vermiculite, 1 part perlite, 1 part sphagnum moss. Great success growing all sorts of plants with the mixture.

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