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Heaters Refractory

Heaters Refractory

Heaters Refractory

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Could you possibly inform us whether the ceramic fiber and mineral fiber panels have an expiry date? and how long they could be stored before their usage?

Thank you in advance for your support.

Yours faithfully,

RE: Heaters Refractory

Inchtain

Ceramic fiber board should be stored in dry circumstances with no water and moisture. The building should be watertight and kept dry. Ceramic fiber board should have waterproof plastic film inside and be covered with cartons and placed on the ground with pallets. It should be placed on pallets without contact with the ground, at least 20 mm away from the ground. In the rain season, ceramic fiber products should be covered with a waterproof canvas. Pay attention to water leakage if it is stored in iron house.

regards

luis

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