Zero Board Insulation.

Stevekng Posted By Stevekng, Jan 29, 2014 at 2:23 PM

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  1. Stevekng

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    My Enviro Vista Flame VF100 will need some insulation cloth that goes behind the center firebox panel. The piece that's in there is 8 years old and is falling apart. I had an oil service tech here today putting a part in my FHA furnace and he said that the cloth is VERY expensive. I know that the Enviro OEM replacement part is over $200. The tech told me about some material called "Zero Board" that is pretty cheap. It comes in 1", 3/4", and 1/2" thickness. The tech also told me that the stuff will withstand over 1500 ::F. Does any one know if the Zero Board will be an acceptable replacement for the original cloth?:confused:
     
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    Looks like a kaowool-type material. A good HW store should have sheets of that stuff.
     
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    Wow you got 8 years out of it?when I had my enviro it was black and falling apart after 3 months .
     
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    Thanks, by the way are those German Shorthairs in your avatar? I had one (female ) that lived for 14 years. She (Koko) was the best Frisbee dog in the world. She would jump 5ft. and do flip to catch one; chase one down running 200+ ft. Great dogs. I have Weimaraners now, though.
     
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    It isn't in the greatest shape. Maybe I should've changed it a lot sooner.:rolleyes:
     
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    Thats what they are ( German shorthaired pointers ). the old lady ( brown one ) is 13 and still the best
    upland bird dog I've ever owned.The one in behind is a 2 year old still in training and the great great Grand
    son of the brown one. :)
     
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