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Old Kiln tile/brick

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  • Old Kiln tile/brick

    The Tile plant in town closed down this year & a local surplus / hardware store bought all the tiles from the kilns. I'm wondering if they'd be a good firebrick to make a barrel style oven. They're approximately 20x20. I'll try to get some pics of them in the next couple of days.

    Thanks!!!

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    Re: Old Kiln tile/brick

    You will need to check what nasties were fired in the oven in the glazes, heavy metals etc.
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      Re: Old Kiln tile/brick

      Based on what I can find they used Water based glazes since the mid 1990's...... I'd think the blocks have been replaced in a commercial application since then. I think I might get one of those instant lead tests & try swabbing the blocks first....... (I know lead isn;t the only concern.

      I pic of them can be seen on the bottom of page 5: (Listed as refractory trays)

      http://www.crgauction.com/pastauctio...3/Dal-Tile.pdf

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