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Dome Installation Video - Casa / Premio / Modena

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High Heat adhesive?

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  • High Heat adhesive?

    Does anyone know of a high heat adhesive that I could use to construct my door? It will be made out of a jigsaw puzzle of insulating firebrick.

    Derk

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    Re: High Heat adhesive?

    Pure silicone is good to around 500 degrees. Things like J-B weld maybe?

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    • #3
      Re: High Heat adhesive?

      Tom,

      About what temperature are you at when you lock up your oven for a overnight slow cook?

      Less than 500 F?

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      • #4
        Re: High Heat adhesive?

        Way down there around 250 max to start, but I put the door on after the last pizza is done, above 800 degrees.

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        • #5
          Re: High Heat adhesive?

          You can try it, but I think that an adhesive solution may be hard to achieve. There is a lot of expansion/contraction involved. I would try for some sort of mechanical solution.

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