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  • Question on firebricks

    Hi all,
    There are 300 odd firebricks for sale on Aussie eBay which are not far up the road from me.
    Here is the link:

    Fire Bricks pottery kiln or other uses - eBay, Other Building Materials, Building Materials, DIY, Home. (end time 15-Oct-09 11:38:57 AEDST)

    Is there any reason why these wouldn't suffice for my upcoming oven build?
    Thanks,
    Paul

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    Re: Question on firebricks

    Are you sure they are fire bricks? They look as they have a few red ones in there. Could have come out of a fireplace? If they are solids they may do

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      Re: Question on firebricks

      Well no, I'm not sure at all, though I assume they are, it sounds like they might be out of a kiln or something. Don't know what the red ones are.

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      • #4
        Re: Question on firebricks

        You need dense firebricks (heavy) not insulating firebricks (light)
        Kindled with zeal and fired with passion.

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        • #5
          Re: Question on firebricks

          if they are truly firebrick, they will weigh about (7 lbs.) each I think,,,, can anyone weigh a brick for us

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