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    Hey, I'm making a pizza oven for a workshop project and I was wondering what is a good, cheap firebrick to use as my slate peice to keep the heat in and for the walls if possible?

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    Download the pompeii oven plans on the FB site and read the brick primer on page 69. Fire bricks usually cost between 1-2 dollars a piece. You can go the craigslist way and it could be free.


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      Thank you heaps the ones in a lot of the shops down here are a fair bit more than that but I've found a way to get them shipped here if needed.


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        What brand brick did you find I can only find HC Muddox brick which has 27% valumina.


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          A brick manufacturer in NSW said that he had two types of firebricks and I checked they were cheaper than buying them in Tassie, I'll post a link to their website when I find it again I have it round here somewhere...