Vermiculite Board Wholesale Fireproof Material Insulation Board for Industries Furnaces

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Fire Vermiculite Board Wholesale Fireproof Material Insulation Board for Industries Furnaces


Specifications

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

     Density

Compression strength

Thermal conductivity

>1100°C or 1000°C

0.574~5.33Mpa

400kgs/M3--900kgs/M3

0.690~4.90Mpa

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


15mm

50mm

1220mm

2440mm

 

Characteristics

 

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 data

 

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:is there other substrait i can use for my leopard gecko to lay her eggs in?
I believe you are talking about Hakata Torimon.
Q:How to use vermiculite with orchid soil?
Bamboo root mud. Of the roots of a bamboo clump that has been planted for many years. This kind of mud because of bamboo root, rhizome and leaf and channeling bamboo sheath rot, become loose structure and good drainage, with certain fertility without too much fertile soil, suitable for the growth of orchid. The quality depends on the bamboo root mud from three factors: the first is the original soil, this is the predecessor and foundation of bamboo root mud, with sandy loam is the best; second is the bamboo planting time, lasted longer, bamboo leaves, bamboo role more fully; again from the bamboo stump far more near the bamboo stump soil better.
Q:Magic mushrooms shot in the dark?
I have an L. Difficilis which is similar to L. Parahybana. None of my spiders' habitats ever stink, and I never clean their habitat because spiders are so clean naturally. If your spider's habitat stinks it could be a few things. The sponge could be harboring some sort of fungus, I don't recommend sponges for this reason (and they are a good breeding ground for parasites). Instead I use a shallow water dish with pebbles in it so that the spider doesn't drown. To create humidity and keep my spiders hydrated I mist one half of their habitat lightly dampening the substrate every third day. You are in my opinion over-feeding your spider. My L. Difficilis is big 8 female and I still only feed her one cricket a day over the weekend, meaning one at a time. Thus Friday, Saturday and Sunday she gets a cricket. Then nothing for another week. That way you avoid the spider refusing the cricket and winding up with dead crickets in the habitat (which are the source of foul smells). My smaller spiders get one cricket a week (I am consistent and usually feed all of them on Saturday). If the cricket is not immediately eaten I remove it shortly thereafter. If you leave a cricket in the habitat for too long it may feed on the spider. I would advise you to remove the spider and replenish the substrate. I do not recommend sand. Coconut husk or even better vermiculite substrate. Please feel free to email me if you have any other questions.
Q:where can I buy vermiculite in chicago and is there another name for vermiculite ???
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Q:substrate for mushroom patch?
www.okorder.com
Q:does any one know where i can find to buy Vermiculite,Perlite,Brown Rice Flower. oh and small half pint mason
You'll need a bag of vermiculite, available at garden centers for about $3.00. You'll need an incubator, you can buy one online for about fifty dollars. I recommend hovabater, which is readily available on big apple pet supplies. You can also make your own. To do so you will need a well insulated cooler, a heat mat, a hydrometer, and a thermometer. I will post instructions on the bottom of my post. You will also need an enclosure to keep the hatched little ones in if they don't sell right away. You will need an egg laying box for the females enclosure. A medium sized glad tupperware container will work. Keep food costs in mind as well. You need an enclosure for the crickets, oyu need to keep food costs in mind. each cricket costs aproximatly 11 cents. It doesn't seem like much but it adds up fast. For the homemade incubator you need to set it up a few days in advance. Place the heat pad in the bottom of thpotentialand put the potentail egg box with vermiculite in as well. Adjust the temperature with the help of the thermometer until you get the temp. range you want. Also adjust humidity to the right percentage as well.
Q:Leopard Gecko eggs - incubating?
Well, for sure not in the Languages category of Yahoo! Answers.
Q:New born leopard gecko help?
I do not recommend using aspen. In the wild, snakes look for moist places to lay their eggs, such as an underground burrow or inside of a rotting log. Unless the aspen is moist, they may not lay their eggs there. Be sure to remove the water bowl so it doesn't lay in there. I use moist coconut fiber and/or moss in the nest box. I later transfer the eggs to vermiculite before placing them in the incubator. Corn snakes lay 7 to 14 days after shedding. They do not protect their eggs and won't care if you take them like the last answer thinks.
Q:Is vermiculite bad if eaten by infants?
Potting soil typically has more nutrients and is mixed with peat in it for the roots to grow deep and strong in. It s thicker and helps retain moisture in a hanging pot for example. It also costs more. Top soil is obviously used to fertilize either a planter bed or lawn to give the plants/lawn roots food/nutrients to grow and prosper.
Q:Cultivating mushrooms?
I used vermiculite. There is a good article on this on okorder.com

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