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How long should i wait before firing my wfo?

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  • How long should i wait before firing my wfo?

    I have just covered my WFO with two layers of insulation blanket and I am hoping to cover the dome with the 4 to 5 inches of refractory insulator.
    I would like to know if there is a time frame I should wait before firing the WFO after applying the 4 to 5 inches of refractory insulator, or doesn't it really matter? For what it's worth im using Sheralite which is allot easier to apply then Vermiculite and it's just a later technology version of vermiculite? Although both do the same thing.

    I'm not sure if it's worth me writing this extra stuff but I may as well so you have ALL the details.
    The ground foundation has been done over 6 months ago.
    I done a 4 inch slab of concrete and rio and another 4 inch slab of refractory insulator on top of the concrete one and these were finished about 3 months ago. The dome using fire bricks has been done about a month ago.

    Your advice is much appreciated.

    Regards
    Dean
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