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Old 03-13-2013, 07:46 PM
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I didn't find it very dusty at all, but then everything I do generates dust so my view point is probably different. I can see potential for dust if a lot of particles are ground down..the bags I had didn't have much crushed material in it.
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Old 03-13-2013, 08:20 PM
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Did you use block fill perlite? The one we have is already pretty fine, 1/4" or less with a lot of dust (as a gradation, not a condition).
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No, it was Horticultural grade. It barely had any dust at all..I was expecting more. Lots of small particles, but all intact for the most part. I'll open a bag up tomorrow and get a pic.
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Some pics of the Perlite particles. It was like this through most of the 20lb bag...barely any fine powder in there at all.

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Old 03-14-2013, 10:58 AM
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That looks much better than ours.
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Old 03-17-2013, 06:11 AM
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Yeah, it was really nice to work with
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Old 03-19-2013, 05:26 PM
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I got some low duty firebrick yesterday so, cutting will start soon..hopefully tomorrow evening. Today, I cleaned my forms and set them up to re-pour the concrete capping. This time, the color will be more uniform...I am adding a little liquid color to the flowable mixture.
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Lets see some progress
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I got nuthin right now! We were away for a long weekend, and so far I haven't had a block of time to dedicate to this thing!!

I am also having trouble locating material like fire clay and masons lime in this part of the state....unbelievable. I really took things for granted when I was in New England. Everything needed for oven building was easy to get. Anyway, I have to do some layout tomorrow (if I have time) before I start cutting up the brick. We are not around this weekend either so I don't know if I will get the caps poured...but I'm trying!
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V-wiz...something to look at in the meantime....

Here are a couple ovens I did in the past.


This is the first one..circa 2005

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