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  • HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

    I've read the suggestion of putting the pump in an external bucket to keep it from clogging up with brick dust/clay. I'm confused how the water system remains "closed" in this configuration. All the water is transferred from the external bucket to the saw's water-tray, but then never back to the bucket again. How does this work?

    Thanks.

    Website: http://keithwiley.com
    WFO Webpage: http://keithwiley.com/brickPizzaOven.shtml
    Thread: http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f21/...ttle-7878.html

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    Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

    Hey Keb,
    Adding the bucket your just using fresh water, not a closed system anymore.... you refill the 5 gal bucket with fresh water as needed and the tile saw just overflows/drains onto the ground..

    Cheers
    Mark

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    • #3
      Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

      So don't use it in the basement then. I'll come up with something, maybe notch the tray so it overflows at a single point, then put a bucket under it on the ground.

      Whatever...just wondering how it works. I have a picture now.

      Thanks.

      Website: http://keithwiley.com
      WFO Webpage: http://keithwiley.com/brickPizzaOven.shtml
      Thread: http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f21/...ttle-7878.html

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      • #4
        Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

        You can have a steady stream of new water going into the bucket with a hose, if you want to....
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        • #5
          Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

          Originally posted by dbhansen View Post
          You can have a steady stream of new water going into the bucket with a hose, if you want to....
          That's how I did mine, unless I was just doing a couple quick cuts. Worked really well.

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          • #6
            Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

            I kept the plug in the tray so that it captured all of the saw residue. I just scooped it out periodically. I now have a five gallon bucket full of fire clay to use when I build another one.

            Joe
            Joe

            Member WFOAMBA Wood Fired Oven Amatueur Masons Builders America

            My thread: http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f8/j...oven-8181.html

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            • #7
              Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

              A wet saw indoors gets a bit messy, even if you recirculate the water in the tray you still have to contend with the spray going all over. The closest I have come to indoor use is my attached garage (cars pulled out in the driveway of course).

              RT

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              • #8
                Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                If it doesn't have a plug, tilt it back and to the side just a little so that the water runs out of the corner into the bucket. The pumps don't really clog anyway so long as you freshen the water occasionally.

                As an FYI, I save all of the brick dust for a gauging and colorant material. Who can guess what this is:
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                • #9
                  Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                  Yeah, it has a plug, I forgot. I only just put it together last night. I haven't even turned it on yet.

                  Thanks.

                  Website: http://keithwiley.com
                  WFO Webpage: http://keithwiley.com/brickPizzaOven.shtml
                  Thread: http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f21/...ttle-7878.html

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                  • #10
                    Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                    Originally posted by Tscarborough View Post
                    Who can guess what this is:
                    Polar region of Mars?
                    George

                    My 34" WFO build

                    Weber 22-OTG / Ugly Drum Smoker / 34" WFO

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                    • #11
                      Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                      Who can guess what this is:
                      brickdust ??

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                      • #12
                        Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                        Close enough, limestone dust.

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                        • #13
                          Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                          did you take that pic with your microscope ??

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                          • #14
                            Re: HF tile/brick saw, pump in external reservoir

                            No that is a couple of pounds of dust, a couple of hours of sawing four sides of thin veneer limestone. I put a piece of 1/4" hardi backer behind the blade to collect it (and reduce the mess).

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