VITCAS HPM-Heatproof Mortar – Air Setting - Cement Ready Mixed - Heat Resistant Mortar for Fire bricks in fireplace, stoves, boilers etc - Indoor Use

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VITCAS HPM-Heatproof Mortar – Air Setting - Cement Ready Mixed - Heat Resistant Mortar for Fire bricks in fireplace, stoves, boilers etc - Indoor Use

VITCAS HPM-Heatproof Mortar – Air Setting - Cement Ready Mixed - Heat Resistant Mortar for Fire bricks in fireplace, stoves, boilers etc - Indoor Use

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For outdoor applications Vitcas Heatproof Screed and Outdoor Oven Cement are suitable alternatives which will withstand the weather. Application: It is a common design rule that fireplaces should be the focal point any living room, common room and kitchen (if you live in the country). A fire place is a key area to dress and customise from season to season. If you were to ask most designers, it would be a pretty safe bet that they are going to work very hard to make sure that the fireplace creates a statement and draws your attention.

High heat mortar is a specialized type of mortar that is designed to withstand high temperatures. It is used for applications such as masonry ovens and fireplaces. If you are looking for a high-quality furnace cement, then you should consider using one of these products: Type S mortar is stronger than type N, but it also costs more. If you are looking for the best quality mortar, then type S is the way to go. However, if you are on a budget, type N will still do the job. Just make sure that you don’t use too much of it!Apply with a trowel making sure are areas to be joined are totally covered with a thin bed of Vitcas Heat Proof Mortar. Fly ash: This is a byproduct of coal combustion that is created when the furnace temperature is above 2300 degrees Fahrenheit. It helps to improve the strength and durability of concrete, and it also makes it more resistant to heat.

Clean the area where you will be installing the furnace cement. Make sure there is no dirt, dust, or debris.New hearths can come in standard sizes, or you may like to have them custom-made to fit all your appliance's dimensions, floors, walls and proportions," points out Mark Swann. All surfaces to which Vitcas Heatproof Mortar is to be applied should be clean and free from grease, dust and dirt. A real fire adds charm to any room, however, the surround has to withstand high temperatures to maintain safety and comply with Building Regulations. Whether you are renovating an antique fireplace, adapting a chimney breast to accommodate a cassette or inset stove or installing a free standing stove, we have everything you need in terms of heatproofmaterials for fireplaces and stoves.

Mix the mortar according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Ensure you’re using mortar that matches the color and composition of the existing mortar in your fireplace. Shrinkage Potential: Mixing too much water into the mix will cause increased levels of drying shrinkage – reducing adhesion powers of your product – so use just enough liquid during blending process for desired consistency without going overboard (which may put an otherwise good product at risk). Another way to make concrete fire resistant is to use a higher-quality cement. This will help keep the concrete from melting or crumbling in the heat of a fire. After each wipedown, rinse and wring out the sponge so that no excess water stays on the tile surface. Just like any other material, always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using furnace cement to get the best results.Building upward, continue to gently place the sheets in position in the area below the mantle and on the left and right walls.



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