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  • high duty fire bricks

    I have access to a load of High duty fire bricks, but i am concerned i am wasting my time as they will get to hot and burn food. is it possible to just make a smaller fire?

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    They should be fine.


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      Hey Shark,

      I don't remember the detail for certain, but was it talked about in the Forno Bravo Pompeii construction manual? I think the High Duty fire brick are not as good at storing and using the heat as the low and medium duty brick. This is a faint memory,,,, so not a lot of confidence in the detail here.. but I think the low and medium duty are a better choice?



      • #4
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        They'll work fine. They are harder to cut, and much more expensive, but if they are free, it's worth buying another blade or so.
        My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2


        • #5
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          I just sold some 70% alumina fire bricks to suit a furnace rebuild. $6;50 each. So getting high duty bricks for zilch is pretty good.


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            thankyou guys