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  • perlite / vermiculite

    so i didnt find out yet how i will mix one of them with the concrete for my oven floor, what mixture of concrete should i use and how much of the perlite/ vermiculite
    do i use common cement???

    how about the mortar for the dome...

  • #2
    Re: perlite / vermiculite

    Don't use this for your oven floor. This is the insulation layer and goes between the structural slab and the oven hearth bricks.

    I used an 8:1 mix. 8 Vermiculite to 1 normal Portland cement.


    • #3
      Re: perlite / vermiculite

      so how much vermiculita will i need, they sell here ten kilo so is that enogh?