Also known as isinglass, mica glass is used on antique wood, European, and coal stoves. It has even been uses on certain furnace windows. This transparent mineral has the appearance of clear plastic and a thickness of .003 to .005 inch. However, mica can withstand temperatures of 1800° F. Need to clip a corner or cut it to a slightly smaller size than this 4 by 6 inch sheet? This is easily accomplished using a pair of scissors.
Please Note: This is the only size available; if you need to cover a larger area, you will need to piece multiple mica glass panels together.
Isinglass is a thin, transparent sheet of mica which is a silicate mineral. Because this material is highly resistant to extreme temperatures and less likely to shatter under these conditions, it is perfect for use in small windows on furnaces, heating stoves, and peepholes in boilers. Care and maintenance is easy:
Fast Replacement Glass does not offer warranties on performance or customer use of the mica. How a customer handles, installs, and uses processes the mica product is solely the customer's responsibility. Fast Replacement Glass cannot be held liable for breakage, damage, or failure of the product due to wrongful installation or if the mica glass pane is too tight and doesn't allow for thermal expansion during operation of the heating appliance.
|Size:||4 x 6 Inch|
|Thickness:||0.003 - 0.005 inch|
|Temperature Rating:||1800°F (982°C)|
Estimated Lead Time:
Please give us 5 business days to create this product for you.
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