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    HomeSaver Insulation Mix - Approx. 45-lb. Bag

    101.95
    List Price: $125.99
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    • HomeSaver Insulation Mix
    • 2.5 cubic feet bag at approximately 45 lb. per bag
    • UL Listed 1777 Zero Clearance insulation for HomeSaver liners
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    Manufacturer: HomeSaver
    Part Number: 39100
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: CPF-39100

    Features

    • HomeSaver Insulation Mix
    • 2.5 cubic feet bag at approximately 45 lb. per bag
    • UL Listed 1777 Zero Clearance insulation for HomeSaver liners
    This item provides 2.5 cubic feet (45 lbs) of HomeSaver Insulation Mix that is a component in a total HomeSaver installation. This mix is a UL listed 1777 Zero Clearance insulator for the HomeSaver relining pipe system. It can also be used to meet the ULC S635-00 standard, which includes the UltraPro, Pro, RoundFlex, RectangleFlex and OvalFlex relining chimney pipes. The mix can be used in situations where there is not enough room to install a blanket style insulation. You prepare the mix with water and pour it between the liner and the flue to create the insulating layer.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Jon Fogelberg from Dresser, WI on February 11, 2012
    Can you add this product dry or does it have to be mixed with water?

    What are the ingredients? Just vermiculite?

    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on February 13, 2012

    Answer:
    This pour in insulation does indeed have to be mixed with water before installation. It will have the consistency of damp potting soil when mixed properly.

    The insulation is a mixture of vermiculite, sodium silicate, and ceramic. It also contains various binding agents. It is highly recommended to wear a mask and gloves when working with the product.

    By Susan from MO on October 3, 2013
    Does this material become solid when dry?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on October 3, 2013

    Answer:
    This product does indeed dry to a somewhat solid state, however it can easily be broken up and removed if the need ever arises.

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