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  • Refractory cement source

    I am looking for a refractory cement (not mortar) source, preferably the 'Bread Builders'-recommended Secar line from LaFarge/Kerneos in the south-eastern part of Pennsylvania. I would like to pick it up myself, to save the cost of shipping.
    The only thing i have been able to find were supply store carrying Heatstop mortar mix, whereas i would like to prepare the mortar myself from primary ingredients.
    Any bright ideas/leads/thoughts?

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    Re: Refractory cement source

    ANH (harbison walker) has a sales office in Philadelphia, they should be able to point you in the right direction if they don't have what you need.

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 215-364-5555
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