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  • Fire bricks Spec

    hi all,
    I found those Muddox fire bricks at my local masonry shop:
    Alumina: 27.1%
    Silica: 62.9%
    Density: 2.073 g/cm^3 (roughly 129.4 pounds/cubic foot)

    Am I good to go?
    Just for my information, are those considered as Low or Medium duty?


  • #2
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    Do you get a response how did the Muddox bricks work on your oven?


    • #3
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      The Muddox bricks are good. I used them for the oven.
      I have been using the oven for about 6 months and no issue so far.


      • #4
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        it is good to use fire brick with that specifications for your oven. it is close to high duty


        • #5
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          High duty is 45%>, these are low to medium duty as per the alumina content. They are high in Silica content so I hope you used a mask when cutting.
          Great for the use in ovens.