No, interior use only, it will not withstand exposure to the weather.
Definitely not. It's particle board. Exposed to the elements for an extended period of time, it'll turn to mush.
I wouldn’t see why not as long as your woodstove comes with a factory wrap around heat shield, because this is what my woodstove has and it sits 10 inches from the wall where I installed the Kingston brick hardboard wall panels. As you can see in my photo. Please do your homework to make sure this will work for you. I did do my own fire test with the handheld torch, a small torch but held it a couple inches from the Kingston hardboard wall panels, and it did not catch fire, they did not burn, and fairly love to scorch mark and I held it there for 30 seconds or more. But please use at your own risk and make sure you know what you were doing. Always keep a fire extinguisher nearby just in case. But like I said my woodstove has a heat shield which protects it from getting the wall too hot. I am going to my third year of burning with these panels behind my woodstove and had not had no problem whatsoever.
Yes in my opinion you can use it behind a wood stove and chimney as I have, in my unprofessional opinion as I am not a licensed installer. However I am going on my third Burn year with my woodstove and having the Kingston hardboard wall panels behind my wood stove. Please note that I have a wraparound heat shield on the back and sides of my woodstove as this is how it came factory when I bought it. I did do a burn test with the Kingston panel before I added it to my knotty pine wood walls, and taking a small hand torch held the flame directly in front of it 2 inches away for 30 seconds and it would not ignite and it barely scorched it. My woodstove gets cooking hot, And reach is very hot temperatures and although the wall panels get hot I can still hold my hand on the wall without getting any burns. I would recommend for safety sake that you do your own homework because I am not a professional about these wall panels, all I can tell you is that I use them in my own home. Always be safe and keep in fire extinguisher nearby just in case. But good luck because as you can see in my photo it looks beautiful behind my woodstove and looks so real.
These brick hardboard wall panels look amazing behind my woodstove, so yes these will definitely work behind a gas stove. My woodstove gets incredibly hot and these panels have held up going on my third burn season. I tested the panels myself for fire safety and held a small List fire torch about 1 inch away for about 30 seconds and it barely scorched and did not catch on fire. Please consult a fire marshal or other professional for expertise advice as I am not that person but just a consumer like you. Do your own homework, reach out to the company itself if need be, but safety first, and always have a fire extinguisher on every floor of your home.
Any kind of saw with a fine tooth blade. Ask at the store.