Qualified Vermiculite Fireproof Magnesium Oxide Board

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Vermiculite Fireproof Magnesium Oxide Board mgo board is a kind of  the fireproof material ,flame duration is zero ,  it will notburn  at  800 °C, and no flame at 1200°C。

It was tested by the National Center for quality supervision and testing of fire building materials (NFTC). Its fireproof level is rated level A(nonflammable level ) 


MgO Board is a new type green decorative board which is processed by special production process . It is used modified magnesia cement as the basic material,glass fiber cloth as the reinforced material, 

and light-weight material as the stuffing.


Features of MgO Board:

MgO Board is a new type green decorative board which is processed by special production process . It is used modified magnesia cement as the basic material,glass fiber cloth as the reinforced material, and light-weight material as the stuffing.

It was tested by the National Center for quality supervision and testing of fire building materials (NFTC). Its fireproof level is rated level A(nonflammable level ) 


Technical Data of MgO Board:

Qualified Vermiculite Fireproof Magnesium Oxide Board

Qualified Vermiculite Fireproof Magnesium Oxide Board

Qualified Vermiculite Fireproof Magnesium Oxide Board



 

1) Thickness: 3-25mm                                                                         

2) Max. width: 1,220mm                                                                  

3) Max. length: 3050mm                                                          

Composition of MgO Board: Raw materials of  MgO board


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Q:What can you root plants in?
I prefer adding soil amendments that have an organic content, like leaves, straw, compost, newspapers, lawn clippings, etc.. Perlite seems like an expensive soil additive. I didn't know you could still buy vermiculite, I thought it was mostly banned now because it has asbestos in it?? Well, maybe it's available where you live. Both perlite and vermiculite are/were used in potting soil, where the soil goes through regular cycles of being watered and then drying out. I suspect, though, that when they're in your garden, they're going to fill up with water, and then stay that way. Organic material does the same thing, costs less, and provides nutrition, too. For those reasons, I wouldn't use either perlite or vermiculite in my garden soil. Get some leaves, compost, manure, straw, newspapers, etc., and rototill them in now if you still can, and your garden will be fine by spring.
Q:Would you refrain from purchasing a home that was built in the '50's that has Vermiculite insulation?
That's bizarre. Maybe they're all temporarily out of stock because we're heading into winter. Try calling around to dedicated garden stores or nurseries. They are more likely to have small supplies in the off-season than places like Target and Wal-Mart, which only carry gardening supplies as seasonal items. The nursery near me still has vermiculite, though that doesn't help you, as I'm not near Chicago. Get out your yellow pages and start calling. It's possible you'll be out of luck until they get their new shipments in late winter/early spring. If you still strike out, you may have to resort to online mail-order. Or just wait a few months.
Q:what conduct heat the best?
You can use a magnet to take out the iron by passing it over and stirring it around the mixture. Then submerge the mixture in water to dissolve the salt then strain, and boil off the water to leave only salt. Then you could heat the remaining sand and vermiculite. Since the vermiculite should expand, you could filter/strain the sand out through a strainer.
Q:could instead of vermiculite in a substrate could you use more rice and flour?
Yes, you absolutely need vermiculite. That is what will keep the eggs moist enough to incubate properly. I have been breeding for several years now, and I don't do anything more than put the eggs in an empty sour cream bowl with vermiculite. The vermiculite should be moist to the touch, but not soaking wet. I keep it lidded with a few small holes for air. I recommend opening it everyday or two just to check on the eggs. Keep the temperature constantly between 79-88. If all works fine, you should have little ones in 6-12 weeks. Good luck!
Q:Why am I loosing my bearded dragons eggs?
paper towels absorb water due to their cellulose molecule chains.
Q:What soil works best in planter boxes?
Organic refers to the source of the rice, that is, the farm where it grew. So, if it's from an organic farm, it's organic. Enriching it will not change that status. If it doesn't say brown rice on the bag, then it's just white rice that's been colored in the processing. Uncle Ben's may do that; I'm not sure. Brown rice has more nutrients and fiber than white rice, but is also more susceptible to mold. You have to keep it in a cool, dry place.
Q:Do i need to use vermiculite or perlite to incubate my leopard gecko eggs?
Yes it is insulation. likely to be vermiculite, not asbestos, therefore not harmful.
Q:Strange white balls in soil?
Google vermiculite USA you'll get information where to get it from in the states
Q:Why vermiculite is always mixed with peat moss for a substrate for a tarantula?
Go for Peat, or Vermiculite instead. Many of the professional keepers swear by Peat as a substrate, however although peat hold moisture quite well, the following are common problems: Mould, mites, fungus and other unwanted growths. To counter this the substrate should be microwaved (only when it's dry, otherwise their is a possible fire risk!) This will kill any mould or fungus spores, and anything else, such as mites. Vermiculite doesn't tend to encourage mould, fungus or mites. Though some tarantulas, especially arboreal species don't like it as it tends to stick to their feet. You can wet the coconut fibre a little more to encourage burrowing. I use a product called Bed-A-Beast. This product comes in a 4 X 8 X 2 block and when placed in water it yields about 8 litres of bedding. One block fills my five - 10x24 tanks and a dozen small containers for spiderlings.
Q:Coconut brick soil permeability is good, that also need to add vermiculite, perlite?
Coconut and coconut shell powder brick brick is flowers, gardening in the excellent new excellent soilless culture, compression block with high temperature and high pressure treatment is made, free of pests, clean, environmental protection, the compression ratio is 800-900%, the matrix a coconut with about 8-9 liters. Before use, should be disposed of coconut husk, with hard water soaking in north of China, the dissolved coconut husk containing sodium chloride, rinse with pure water, until the leaching out of the water EC value and a EC value close to pure water so far.

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