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  • Refractory Cement - Oven

    Just wondering if there is any way that one can recondition/resurface the inside of an oven made of refractory cement.

    Mine is about 12 years old and is starting to look a bit pitted and layrs are starting to flake off. Is it possible to restore it to a reasonable state? The rest of it is fine so I don't want to demolish it or anything severe.

    / Rossco

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    Re: Refractory Cement - Oven

    I did hear that they hot shoot refractory concrete into furnaces so I assume you can refurbish the inside of the oven.
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      Re: Refractory Cement - Oven

      Hi Bricky in oz
      I dont know about hot shooting.But I do Know about gunning various Refractory materials because I have done it on a number of jobs. One job that springs up was at Lysaughts on the galvanising furnace I was up in the flues(like a rabbit warren) doing repair work where needed. Where all was good I gunned a silicone product to hold back wear. Dangerous material though.Hope this helps.