vermiculite board best board for stoves fireplace

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Packaging Detail:Pallet, carton or strong wooden case
Delivery Detail:Within 20 days after received prepayment

Specifications

vermiculite fireclay brick for stoves 
1. material: vermiculite 
2. tempreture:1100 
3. sound insulation:40dB

 

  vermiculite board best board for stoves fireplace

 

 1. Product specification 

 

Product 

Vermiculite fire brick

Density

400,450,500,600,700,800,900kg/m3

Specification 

2400×1220mm,2100×900mm,1000× 610mm, irregular vermiculite products.

Customized size are available

Thickness 

20-50mm

Packing 

Strong wooden pallet, coated with film 


2.  (1) Chemical composition

 

Si

(%)

Al

(%)

Fe2O3

(%)

TiO2

(%)

MgO

(%)

GaO

(%)

K2O

(%)

Na2O

(%)

Loss on ignition @1000°C

41.20

12.68

4.06

1.33

24.22

0.96

5.97

1.60

6.0~7.5

 

(2)Other technical index

 

Maximum service temperature (°C)

1100

Continuous working temp (°C)

1000

Compressive strength (Mpa)

0.8-3

Total porosity (%)

60-74

Liner reheat shrinkage (24H @ 900°C %)

<3

Thermal conductivity (W/mk)

@200°C

@400°C

@600°C

 

0.1-.04

0.12-0.16

0.14-0.18


3.Superior functions

 

  • A1 Grade non-combustible fire rating.

  • Excellent fireproof character.

  • Heat insulation and preservation.

  • Sound insulating and absorbing.

  • Moisture adjustment.

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

  • Excellent workability.


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Q:which two of the following materials are mixed in the seeding medium to give good drainage and aeration?
Sphagnum moss or even damp paper towels will work. I have hatched hundreds of gecko eggs on damp paper towels.
Q:Leopard gecko egg question?
For the leopard gecko to lay eggs, eco earth is great. For incubating breeders use hatchrite, perlite, or vermiculite. If you use Perlite or Vermiculite you need to measure out how much substrate to water.
Q:What do i put in my container for my leopard gecko?
Once the female lays the eggs you can remove them and put the eggs in a plastic deli cup with holes and sterile vermiculite, soil or sand for substrate. I'd prefer vermiculite because it holds heat and humidity. Like many other egg-laying reptiles the sex of Leopard geckos are determined by incubation temperature. Eggs incubated at 79 °F will result in a majority of female neonates, whereas eggs incubated at 85-87 °F will result in a more even sex ratio and eggs incubated at 89-90 °F in the first four weeks will result in more males. Females hatched from these eggs are generally more aggressive than other females, and they tend to reach sexual maturity later if at all. An incubation temperature lower than 77 °F or higher than 97 °F will cause deformities and usually death of the neonates incubated at these temperatures
Q:how much hatch-rite will i need for leopard gecko eggs?
You should be able to find vermiculite at a local plant nursery. You could even use potting soil or peat moss with no problem.
Q:why doesn't mica expand or contract upon wetting or drying?
The eggs of what?
Q:What is the thermal conductivity of vermiculite and vermiculite?
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:Can I use sand as a substrate for my box turtles so they can dig in it and so my female can lay her eggs in it?
the one90 by far. and if you wanted to upgrade from there, the one95. but warriors suck in my opinion.
Q:My orchid plants leaves are turning yellow and falling offam I giving too much waTER OR NOT ENOUGH?
From what you have said, obviously they have been through an ordeal due to being dried out and being shipped. Being dried out is not necessarily a problem, because some orchid genus endure periods of drought in their natural environment. Others, however, cannot tolerate it. So, to really help you, we need to know what kind of orchids you bought. One thing I would be wondering about is if they experienced severe cold during shipping. They may be losing leaves due to this rather than due to anything you have done, and now that they are in a less stressful environment again they may recover just fine, albeit with a loss of some foliage. Again, knowing what orchids you have would be helpful in giving suggestions as to how you can best care for them. There are literally thousands of different kinds, each with its own needs as far as light, water, temperature, and humidity go. One thing that rarely helps and that often is fatal is over-, not under-watering. If you planted them in good quality orchid mix, watering them every couple of days is too much.
Q:Proper soil for potted plants?
I use Miracle Gro potting soil. After trying many other brands I find it superior. My plants thrive in it. In fact, I had an African Violet that was knocking on death's door. I transplanted it into Miracle Gro soil and it is now a shrub and has been blooming continually for nearly two years. Other brands are heavy and result in compacting. This is not healthy for the plants. The only homemade mix I've ever heard of is peat, vermiculite and perlite. This is a soil-less mix, however.
Q:How long is the service life of the special vermiculite for incubation? How often do you change it?
Incubation of vermiculite and horticultural vermiculite does not distinguish between 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.

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