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  • FB Board to concrete slab

    I was searching the forum and was looking for the best material to adhere the FB Board to my already cured precast hearth slab.

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    Re: FB Board to concrete slab

    Just set it there. When the oven is on it, gravity keeps it all in place. No need for any adhesive.


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    • #3
      Re: FB Board to concrete slab

      unless you have some kind of leveling problem, I agree with joe, the weight of the floor and dome is not gonna let it go anywhere and no need for anything underneath...


      • #4
        Re: FB Board to concrete slab

        I set my insulating boards (insblock19) into my wet concrete, which isn't a choice for you. If the boards don't sit flat, you can use the fireclay/sand mixture to level them, but as Joe and Mark said, gravity always wins.
        My geodesic oven project: part 1, part 2