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Vermiculite Board used as Heat Shieds and Replacement Fire bricks for Wood Burners

Vermiculite Board used as Heat Shieds and Replacement Fire bricks for Wood Burners

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Product information of Vermiculite board for Stove Fire Bricks:

Heat resistant Vermiculite board for Stove fire bricks and registration plates, fireproof fireplace surrounds. Wood burning Stoves. Easy to cut , does not expand. Vermiculite is cheaper and more efficient than fire bricks.

Highly insulating refractory panels made from vermiculite containing no ceramic fibres

Vermiculite boards are easily to cut and shape to any size fire bricks with woodworking tools; as shown in picture on right. A multitude of design possibilities
High temperature resistance, low heat accumulation in lining materials, good thermal shock resistance
High mechanical strength
Good insulation capacity providing better combustion in wood burning stoves and cleaner waste gas.
No ceramic fibres, non-dusting surfaces , non-irritant, odourless

Fire Resistant vermiculite board offer excellent thermal insulation properties and minimal shrinkage at high temperatures. These products find application where fire protection is needed such as in replacement Fire Bricks, panels and bespoke applications where fire resistance or low electrical conductivity is required.
The Vermiculite boards are available in a number of different sizes

Vermiculite Board used as Heat Shieds and Replacement Fire bricks for Wood Burners

Vermiculite Board used as Heat Shieds and Replacement Fire bricks for Wood Burners

Features of Vermiculite board for Stove fire bricks:

A good idea which increases efficiency of your Wood burning Stove is to replace the grate or cover it with a piece of vermiculite board and allow a good layer of ash to form on the base of the stove.

This reduces the primary air flow and slows down the rate at which the wood burns.

Technical Data of Vermiculite board for Stove fire bricks:

Vermiculite Board used as Heat Shieds and Replacement Fire bricks for Wood Burners

Application of Vermiculite board for Stove fire bricks:


Exfoliated vermiculite is used in the friction brake linings market, high temperature insulation, loft insulation, various construction products, animal feeds, horticulture and many other industrial applications. With its layered structure and surface characteristics is utilised in products such as intumescent coatings and gaskets, the treatment of toxic waste and air-freight packaging of hazardous goods.

Vermiculite is inorganic
* No emission of toxic gasses
* No emission of smoke or odour
* Non-combustible
No known health hazards

Q:i bought one from sportsmans guide, $35. can one be built for less without sewing anything?
SEWING??????? I could not sew if my life depended on it! My indoor greenhouse is a flat or two of seeding mixture, mostly vermiculite. That is smoothed into a flat seed pan or two, and the seed is put into it. Everything is wet down well and a water/mist bottle is set aside for later watering's. The seed trays are covered with Saran Wrap. When you see about 1/2 Of the seed you planted germinate, then Pull off the Saran Wrap. Next day and then after that for a week or so use the mist bottle four or five times a day to provide moisture. When you find that no longer provides enough moisture start to really water every 4 or 5 days deeply and be patient with the seeds. Soon you will see a second set of leaves develop. When these second leaves are developed enough then each plant can be transplanted into an individual pot or growth. What happens from there depends on You, the type of Plant and what part Of the country you live in!
Q:I've read that vermiculite has the potential to be carcinogenic. It's also been linked with asbestos. DO I need to worry or is it safe for edibles cultivation?
instead of heat mat or heat tape you can easly use a aquariuam heater and two bricks to put the tupper ware on. fill it with water to about half an inch from the surface of the bricks and there u go! email me if you need more info
Q:I‘ve bought some snapdragon, columbine, and carnation seeds and am going to plant them this weekend.I hope to be really good at gardening someday and to have a ‘green thumb.‘ So, any of you great gardeners out there, could you offer me some tips and things you learned? Maybe the first things I should know about gardening and growing? Thank-you so much!!
Its green fingers not thumb x
Q:When I got up this morning I found my roommate sitting at the kitchen table eating what I thought was a bowl of cereal. As I began to make coffee and tell him what a drunken jerk he had been last night I recalled that we had no cereal. When I looked at the bowl I recognized that what he was eating was the vermiculite that I keep in a large Tupperware container for indoor gardening use. He had found it, assumed that it was some kind of Rice Krispy - like breakfast cereal and had put milk and tons of sugar on it. At that point he had finished most of the bowl. Being a grouchy, hung-over jerk he refused to believe me, try as i did, that it wasn't breakfast cereal and finished it. I think the stuff is pretty much inert but I'm no doctor. Should I take him to the ER? Call poison control? At this point he has gone back to bed and is snoring loudly as usual.
dirt and compost
Q:My female just laid this afternoon and I moved the eggs into a make-shift incubator. I don't have any vermiculite or whatever it is they use to help keep humidity up. They are in a hide box and the box has holes cut into the roof for air flow, there's many holes, but they're a knifes width apart, very slender. They are on sterile sand surrounded by moss inside of the hide box. I marked the tops so I know which way is up. I know you have to keep the humidity up...but how do you know? Since I transported them into the incubator this afternoon (around 5?), I have sprayed the entire tank they're in with a garden mister twice. Is that too much? Too little? How do I know if the eggs need more humidity or less??? Please help...Should I go and find vermiculite? Is it crucial? Any other ideas on a better incubator. The cage they're in is glass and it's 5 gallons.
Well, for sure not in the Languages category of Yahoo! Answers.
Q:I bought the pack, but it isn‘t very helpful, and I want to try the most succesful approach, since I only get the one pack of seeds. Any suggestions?
Last december I have bought Stevia seeds in the USA. To give you a suggestion I have opened the pack. The seeds are tiny and therefore I would like to suggest that you buy a small bag of vermiculite. Make this medium wet and sow the seeds on the surface of the vermiculite in a seed tray of six holes. Cover the seeds with some vermiculite. Remember that in general seeds are not sown deeper than two or three times their thickness.
Q:Can vermiculite take the place of soil? Is it okay to plant seeds directly in vermiculite?
Vermiculite can not replace soil, vermiculite, good air permeability, but no growth of plant nutrients, only as seed germination, seed germination time after transplanting.
Q:Question: How does intraspecific competition affect the growth of individuals in a population?1) what would be the manipulated and responding variable?2) using these materials what kind of procedure could you create to test out the question stated aboveMaterials:Seeds(basil, raddish, grass, lettuce)vermiculite or potting soilflower potsscissorsrulerbalance
Even tires of the same make are different, tread patterns ,width etc. Rear tires wear quicker. always go with the better tire then ,if u want when the time comes replace the other.
Q:I need to add sulfur, zinc, calcium, and phosphourus according to my soil sample.Other than that my PH is perfect.I am in zone 7 and have clumpy clay soil that is getting better since I added a lot of leaf compost to it.I am considering Gypsum (heard it works, then again heard it‘s not effective on heavy clay soils)Rock Phosphate (heard it can contain heavy metals)Super Phosphate (heard it wasn‘t considered organic)Bone Meal (seems to be ok, yet it‘s an animal product)Pearlite/VermiculiteOr just maybe garden tone or something like that.18 minutes ago - 4 days left to answer. Additional DetailsI am growing vegetables and I don‘t know if my soil is sodic because they didn‘t provide the salt reading on my 20 dollar soil test!
Not really. Just keep composting
Q:In order to save money, live green and eat healthier (loose weight) I want to start an edible garden on my back deck. Unfortunately, I have a bit of a black thumb, so I need to know which fruits, berries and vegetables grow best in pots. Any ideas ?
Try some cut and come again salad leaves. They are usually sold as seeds mixed with vermiculite so that you can spread them on a pot with all purpose compost and they will grow, quite quickly. Dwarf french beans, in another pot. Fruit is hard to grow this way but there are special pots for strawberries. You do not say where you are because it depends on the weather where you are, what you can grow. Some things are 'delicate' like tomatoes. There are varieties which will grow out doors in cool northern hemisphere so long as there is no chance or any frost. People grow peas upside down from hanging baskets, these can be snacked on, straight from the pod. If you live in a warm area peppers and chillis are happy in big pots. Courgettes will grow on very rich soil, in a pot. You will never grow enough to feed yourself from pots, plants need to have room to spread and want to be in deep soil to grow properly, but you can play at it and enjoy the taste of freshness. Forget trees, they are available for patio growing but will yield very little for the outlay. If you add where you live exactly, it will be more helpful to advise.

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