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  • Limestone key way for vent arch?

    The back of this stone will be a part of the throat of the flue will it get to hot I understand 840'c it starts to break down

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    Re: Limestone key way for vent arch?

    The vent probably won't ever exceed 500 C.


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      Re: Limestone key way for vent arch?

      Originally posted by azatty View Post
      The vent probably won't ever exceed 500 C.
      You sure about that? The gasses coming out of my oven are pretty damn hot. I have never measured it, but it has to be close to the dome temp which exceeds my laser's ability (950 F plus). Why wouldn't it be, that's where it's coming from. It's most likely going to work but I always go to the edge, then step back a few...

      Edit... I read the numbers too fast, Ed mentioned 840 but I ran with the 500 - huge difference between the two.
      Last edited by Les; 06-19-2012, 10:43 AM.
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        Re: Limestone key way for vent arch?

        My IR thermometer reads to 2470 degrees F. The highest temps I've ever recorded in my dome were just under 1200 degrees. 840 C is equal to 1544 F.

        I doubt you'd get that hot in the vent but I don't know for sure.