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Concrete bricks/blocks and heat dont mix, Ive clocked my flue gasses at 600 degrees c.
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appreciate the advice...
will do something else with the chimney .... (was going to go ahead with cementing them there)
had the besser blocks just sitting loosely to get a visiual as to what it may look like ...
still have clay oven bricks left over... will build with them or get a clay pipe.
will concentrate on front arch for the moment...
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arch done .... thinking about chimney now... then front facade and side walls
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Old 12-04-2010, 08:08 PM
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How are you going to retain the heat in the oven as it will just go out the flue?

You could do a damper in the flue as I did, its just a piece kiln shelving that just slips into a slot in the brick flue.

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I just love forums ....
thanks brickie in oz
i will do that as well !!!!
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Hi oz brickie...
i have copied your design ...
see attached pics ...
thanks !
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That's a very clean looking build so far.
But I'm still concerned about how you're going to address the lack of insulation beneath the hearth.
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