Fireproof Material Insulation Board for Industries Furnaces

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Fire Vermiculite Board Wholesale Fireproof Material Insulation Board for Industries Furnaces


1. material: vermiculite 
2. tempreture:1100 
3.The fireproof grade is A 
4.Low carbon and energy-saving


Vermiculite board is a new eco-friendly material with properties of fireproofing, thermal insulating, 
multi-specification, multi-purpose boards for different users around the world. 

Specification details:

Process temperature

Bending strength


Compression strength

Thermal conductivity

>1100°C or 1000°C




Max.0.20W/mK at 600°CMax.0.128W/mk at 34.51°C

Process range

The minimum thickness

The maximum thickness

The maximum width

The maximum length








1. Eco-friendly, non-toxic and zero radioactivity, non-asbestos .


2. Excellent  workability.


3. The fireproof grade is A 


4.high-qulity vermiculite 


5. Excellent fireproof character.


6. Heat insulation and preservation.


7. Sound insulating and absorbing.


8. Moisture adjustment

Technical date


1. Maximum service temperature:1100°C


2. Continuous working temp:1000°C


3. Compressive strength:0.8-3Mpa


4. Liner reheat shrinkage (24H @ 900°C %):<3


5. Total porosity (%):60-74


6. Thermal coductivity;@200°C   0.1-0.4


                                   @400°C   0.12-0.16


                                   @600°C   0.14-0.18

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Q:An I doing this right mushrooms ?
Q:Do you use Vermiculite in your soil mixture?
You can buy perlite and vermiculite at Wal Mart. If you can't find small mason jars in Wal Mart, try a craft store like Michaels. The small jars are often used for crafts.
Q:I'm doing a science fair project.(what material absorb water.?
You might consider switching the substrate in the incubator to vermiculite rather then using moss. Vermiculite and perlite are the two main recommended substrates for incubation. They surround the eggs better and retain moisture reliably. Wet the vermiculite and then squeeze out as much water as you can by hand. The consistency that you are left with is what you want. Damp enough for the pieces to slightly stick together. I always incubate my corns with an a lid on the egg container with small air holes. There is often enough condensation produced to keep the medium moist through-out the incubation period but occasionally it does have to be re-moistened slightly. In that case lightly drip some water on the substrate in between the eggs. Don't wet the eggs themselves. The hatchlings should be separated from each other to avoid cannibilism and keep track of feeding. Deli containers are ideal, any take-out restaurant in your neighbourhood would likely be willing to sell you enough to house your clutch.
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:What store can I purchase vermiculite at?
Hi, sounds like you may be misting the vermiculite a little too much and from my experience totally covering the eggs is a problem, even though they are eggs they still need to breath and if you carefully pick up an egg and hold it up to a good light the embryo should be visible and appear pink in colour. Don't allow the temperature to drop bellow 82. Hope this helps
Q:Does anyone know how to help my plant?
You can germinate apple or most any kind of seed, that doesn't have a hard nut such as a plum, in wet paper towels.
Q:How much cement does the vermiculite heat preservation layer need?
Cement and expanded vermiculite, cement should be no less than 325, usually choose 425 ordinary Portland cement. The volume ratio of cement and expanded vermiculite is generally 1:5, which is economical and reasonable. Cement and sand aspect than the general 1:1. Site inspection method: mix the cement paste with fine powder and knead it by hand.
Q:What is that white stuff in potting soil?
Perlite is often added to seed or cuttings compost to improve drainage. It has no nutritional value in itself, so it needs to be mixed with more nutritious seed or cuttings compost, or supplemented by a liquid feed if you're using it by itself for cuttings or seeds.
Q:Cultivating mushrooms?
I used vermiculite. There is a good article on this on
Q:I need help on how to make a home made incubator with a 10 gallon tank a heat mat perlite or eco earth!!!?
yes take him to the ER

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