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Looking for Fire Brick

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  • Looking for Fire Brick

    I live in So Jersey, I can't find any medium duty fire brick. My stand is build and the reinforcing platform is complete. I have looked all over Jersey, Pa and Delaware. the only brick they have is low duty. Can anyone help.

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    Re: Looking for Fire Brick

    low duty firebrick works just fine
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      Re: Looking for Fire Brick

      Carlisle cement, inc. in Carlisle PA has fire brick. not sure if it is medium or low. but that is where I got mine.


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        Re: Looking for Fire Brick

        Originally posted by deejayoh View Post
        low duty firebrick works just fine
        I agree. Spending more on medium duty firebricks is unnecessary.
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