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  • Fire brick and cement block

    Hello all!

    We are putting in a barbeque pit next to our WFO. For the pit itself does anyone see a problem if the fire bricks are resting on the cement block (it would actually be the "walls" of the pit right up next to the "walls" of the pit structure). I had originally planned on a little space between them but things are looking to fit a little tighter than expected and I just want to make sure the heat wouldn't be an issue.

    It would be similar to the pic below (not mine).

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    Re: Fire brick and cement block

    Concrete will fail with heat, sometimes dramatically so, like bang, pop.
    The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

    My Build.