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Vent chimney and insulation complete

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  • Vent chimney and insulation complete

    Vent chimney and insulation complete. I used 3 inches if isowool and 4 inched of perlcrete. All went very fast. vent, chimney and insulation in less than 4 hours. Even had time to take the kids to the punkin patch.
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    Re: Vent chimney and insulation complete

    KC, very cool! Are your flue pipes 8 x 17 or 13? And let us know how it draws when you fire that bad boy up.

    Check out my pictures here:

    If at first you don't succeed... Skydiving isn't for you.


    • #3
      Re: Vent chimney and insulation complete

      Looks great! Thanks for posting the pics... cos I'm currently wondering how to do the transition between oven and chimney. Seems to be a wonderfully simple solution you chose.

      And fast insulation is good news, too :-)
      "Building a Brick oven is the most fun anyone can have by themselves." (Terry Pratchett... slightly amended)



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        Re: Vent chimney and insulation complete

        I used 8 x 13 flue liner. I paid $11.00 per foot. I'm not a mason and I tried to do a fancier arch but that didn't turn out well. So I figured I would use the K.I.S.S. method (Keep It Simple, Stupid). I'm hoping it will draw like a freight train.