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Dome Installation Video - Casa / Premio / Modena

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For many of you who bought a modular oven, you may have asked how we put the domes together when we build them. For those of you considering one of our ovens, we shot a video to make your install easier.

Check it out on our You Tube Channel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7q7...jSniYogfUra06Q

If the link doesn't work, simply go to You Tube and type Forno Bravo Channel. The video title is How to Set your Forno Bravo Oven Dome Pieces.

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  • Fire Clay

    Just ran across this. May be of interest to those starting a oven who may have Code concerns.

    1/2/2008
    Dear Valued Firebrick Customers:
    Whitacre Greer manufactures quality firebrick that comply with ASTM C-27 (Low
    Duty) and ASTM C-1261. Whitacre Greer also carries Heat Stop products for
    resale. Heat Stop is a line of refractory mortars that complies with ASTM C-199.
    Whitacre Greer firebrick and Heat Stop refractory mortars meet or exceed the
    requirements of local and national building codes and are certified by Whitacre
    Greer as such.
    Whitacre Greer also carries fireclay for resale. Fireclay has many uses for
    residential, commercial, and industrial applications. In some instances fireclay is
    incorporated into homemade/jobsite mortar mixes for firebrick and clay flue
    installations in fireplaces and chimneys; however, with changes to building codes in
    recent years, these mixes no longer meet the codes or the codes’ intent. Fireclay is
    not refractory mortar and jobsite mixes utilizing fireclay are not refractory mortar,
    no matter the percentages of the mix or the items included in the mix. They simply
    do not meet the code.
    It is Whitacre Greer’s intent to inform our customers and to offer products of the
    highest standard for fire safety in accordance with the building codes. Please contact
    Whitacre Greer with any specific questions.
    Sincerely,
    Colby DeHoff
    Whitacre Greer

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    Re: Fire Clay

    Staining firebrick is often a cost-effective way to get the color you want especially if the fireplace is already built.
    air charter

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    • #3
      Re: Fire Clay

      Sorry I don't understand

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      • #4
        Re: Fire Clay

        Staining or painting firebrick is moronic. Light a fire and the firebrick are black.

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          Re: Fire Clay

          Originally posted by Tscarborough View Post
          Staining or painting firebrick is moronic. Light a fire and the firebrick are black.
          I coat the inside of my dome with a mix that makes it white. When the carbon burns away you are left with a nice bright white dome. Works for me.
          Kindled with zeal and fired with passion.

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            Re: Fire Clay

            Originally posted by Tscarborough View Post
            Staining or painting firebrick is moronic. Light a fire and the firebrick are black.
            Originally posted by david s View Post
            I coat the inside of my dome with a mix that makes it white. When the carbon burns away you are left with a nice bright white dome. Works for me.
            I understand what he was saying or doing but don't understand why it is in reply to my post? I did not ask anything but wanted to help those who might get into trouble with code issues

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