Safety aspects of dealing with fire

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Before you rush into fitting a fireplace in your living room, you have to realise that dealing with fire can be potentially dangerous. Therefore, you’re advised to used a line of refractory materials including the fire cement.
Quite a lot of people wrongly assume that fireplaces are easy to install and all you need to have is a chimney of some kind.


However, according to specialists it is much…

However, according to specialists it is much more demanding than that. In fact, building an actual fireplace cannot be done using regular cements, bricks or mortars because they’re not able to deal with the heat and fire that are generated inside one. With that in mind, we wholeheartedly recommend going for a variety of heat protective products offered by the Vitcas company. Vitcas, for example, offers a line of refractory products especially designed to take on fire and excessive temperatures way in excess of 1000C.

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fire cement

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fire cement

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Instead of a regular cement, it is a much better idea to go for a fire cement. This unique cement provides excellent protection to all areas that are exposed to heat and fire. According to experts, failing to use a fire cement might cause the whole fireplace to disintegrate as a result of extreme thermal conditions.


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