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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.

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Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

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  • Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

    I have read alot about different mortars but have only found one reference to using smoothset, any thoughts?? I can source it locally and it seems to be less expensive than HS50 although still higher than making your own

    Peter
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    Re: Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

    I used the thermal ceramics brand refractory mortar. I have no idea if the bag said "smoothset," however. If it's the same product, I found it easy to work with. I did seem to have more cracks than the average build, but not very big ones, and that could have been entirely my skill with mortar and the arid Phoenix conditions.
    Nikki

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      Re: Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

      I'm using the same stuff from the same place that Nikki used, and it does say "smoothset" on the bag. I've barely started, and I have no experience to compare it to, but it seems to be ok.
      Toby

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        Re: Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

        I just purchased this smooth set down in tucson. How did it end up working out with the mortar.

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          Re: Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

          My oven has been working well for over a year now. I call the thermal ceramics a win.
          Nikki

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            Re: Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

            Thanks, That is what I purchased and Just wanted to make sure

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            • #7
              Re: Thermal Ceramics Smoothset

              Been working in my oven since last summer, so 2 hairless thumbs up from me!
              Toby

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