vermiculite boards used to line gas fires, fireplaces and wood burning stoves

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Packaging Detail:firm and strong palleted packaging suitable for longtime sea shipping
Delivery Detail:within 15-20days, urgent order can be sooner delivered

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Vermiculite board used as register heat shields for wood burners 
Density:500-1000KG/M3 Adjustable 
Size: 2440x1220x(20-60)mm

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

Increase the efficiency of your Wood burning Stove

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.

What is Vermiculite

Vermiculite is the geological name given to a group of hydrated laminar minerals which are aluminium-iron-magnesium silicates, resembling mica in appearance. Rock and other impurities are removed from the crude ore which is then crushed and sorted into sizes. It is a safe inert material, light in colour. When heated it expands (exfoliates) up to 30 times its original volume. The exfoliation process converts the dense flakes of ore into lightweight porous granules containing innumerable minute air layers. Exfoliated (expanded) it is light and clean to handle, has a high insulation value, acoustic-insulating properties and will absorb and hold a wide range of liquids.

 

These granules are non-combustible, and are insoluble in water and all organic solvents. The expanded mineral is easily poured, is light, clean, highly absorbent and provides baffle against impact shock when used for packaging.

 

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


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Q:What is vermiculite?
Vermiculite is a clay mineral with montmorillonite similar, layered silicate. Generally composed of biotite by hydrothermal alteration or weathering. It can sometimes appear to like coarse biotite (this is biotite vermiculite, sometimes false) have to be shaped. The fine soil vermiculite heated to 300 DEG C when it can be expanded 20 times and bent. This was a bit like a leech vermiculite (commonly known as the leech), so it has such a name. Brown, yellow, vermiculite is dark green, like oil sheen, heated grey. Vermiculite can be used as construction materials, adsorbent, fire insulation materials, mechanical lubricant, soil conditioner and so on, a wide range of uses.
Q:what conduct heat the best?
Use a magnet to remove the iron filings first. Then pour boiling water into the sand/salt mixture and stir it until the salt is dissolved. Filter off the sand and set it aside, then boil the salt water until the water evaporates or leave it in an evaporating basin. You now have three separate piles of iron, sand and salt, although I doubt they'd be really pure. In the future, you can get a faster answer by searching questions that are already closed. (A search for sand, salt, iron brings up other chemistry students who have also asked this question.) Have fun!
Q:How do you grow psilocybe mushrooms?
Prepare a laying box with 1-2 inches of damp perlite or vermiculite.
Q:Can I plant carniverous plants/plant seeds in seed starting mix?
wat was the question??lol
Q:What is a good mixure of cement,vermiculite & sand to cast molds?
Neither. Use Vermiculite
Q:what if i dont have vermiculite?
Read okorder.com
Q:leopard gecko substrate?
Most of my gardening was hydroponics and the cotton basically was useless because it didn't hold its shape at all. It also could foul pumps. Vermiculite didn't breath well enough unless mixed with Perlite and the verm could also foul the water pump. You still might be able to mix cotton with one of the others. It could be that I didn't squish the cotton balls or something like that but I do remember it didn't work well at all. It just flattened out and almost all the water drained out. The small ball of cotton that was left would be saturated. It wouldn't support a plant or keep its shape and was too easily saturated. Moss containers worked very well but I preferred the rockwool. You could plant the seed or cutting right into it. It does holds its water too well though. You have to be careful not to add too much water or there is no aeration. With moss it didn't have that problem and it was easy to see by looking at it if it were moist. It was just kind of unsightly and not quite as suitable in hydroponics. Cotton never worked for me because it wouldn't hold its shape. It wouldn't hold water as well as any of them though I am making an assumption about the coco fiber. The planting plugs I have seen looked pretty much ideal. I was just happy with the rockwool. I think I might prefer the coco fiber if I was planing on putting it in soil. I definately prefer moss containers when using soil. Cotton is a pure cellulose fiber so it isn't going to hold the water as well as the more complicated fibers or it will contract to the point where there is no aeration. That was my limited experience at least.
Q:Vermiculite and perlite which good insulation effect?
Using perlite concrete aggregate; lightweight, thermal insulation, heat insulation and fireproof board; roof light frost, earthquake, fire prevention, radiation and other high-rise building wall filler, mortar and other building materials; all kinds of industrial equipment and pipe insulation layer; the inner wall of various cryogenic, cold storage engineering; low boiling point liquid, gas storage and transportation of the wall the inner wall of the filter aid tool and filler
Q:Can ordinary small stones instead of vermiculite be used as Camellia cuttings?
Vermiculite can be used in flowers, vegetables, fruit cultivation, seedling raising and so on. In addition to potting soil and regulators, it is also used for soilless culture. As a nutrient base for growing potted trees and commercial beds, it is especially advantageous for the transplanting and transportation of plants. Vermiculite can effectively promote plant root growth and seedling growth is stable. Provide water and nutrients necessary for plant growth for long periods of time and maintain the stability of root sun temperature. Vermiculite can make crops from the early stages of growth can be sufficient water and minerals, to promote rapid growth of plants, increase production. Zhenhai insulation factory.
Q:Gardening advice: Too Much Pete Moss!?
You should use vermiculite mixed with water at a rate of 4 parts vermiculite to 1 part water. The container will also need a lid with air holes.

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