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  • St. Louis Area Material

    Anyone from the St. Louis area?

    Where is a good source for material. Just in the pre-lim stages of planning so have plenty of time to source the material and limit the cost.

    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Re: St. Louis Area Material

    Hi-Temp Refractory in Fenton, MO has almost everything you need. I just finished a Pompeii & got most of my refractory stuff from them.
    Call me if you like.
    Hank 636-285-3210


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      Re: St. Louis Area Material

      Thanks for the info Hank and I will be giving you a call when I get underway here. Any pics of your oven you care to share?