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Old 04-01-2009, 01:52 AM
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That is what I am using, I remember you saying that

Lets see what happens

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Old 04-06-2009, 07:17 AM
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Had six firings so far, gradually built up temp to this point, 250celsius yesterday & 350celsius today. Still using heat beads added to kindling mix and spreading around interior to different spots, chimney is drawing well, even had some flamage out the ceiling & up the chimney tonight which is spectacular, amazing how much heat you get from such a small quantity of fuel, dome is still cold to the touch

Looking forward to having a couple of cook offs over Easter at full temp prior to adding the final layer.

With the final render layer, is it better to do a few thin coats as opposed to one or two thicker coats, the vermiculite has a few spots where I need to add more material to give a uniform shape particularly after drying the stuff out

Phil
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Old 04-09-2009, 05:20 AM
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You will find that the more you use your oven, the better it seems to get. Faster heat up, less fuel used, better heat retention. I think it's due to the elimination of moisture, a fair amount of energy is required to turn the water to steam and of course any moisture in the insulation area reduces the insulation value. You're in for a treat, keep firing.
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Old 04-11-2009, 06:53 PM
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I used a product made by Dryvit.
Les,

That's exactly what I want to use to finish my base. We watched contractors apply Dryvit to the exterior walls of a house down the street from us last year and I figure if it's suitable for exterior house walls around here, it'll hold up well on the base of my oven - trouble is, it seems only contractors can get their hands on it around here.

Were you able to buy it at a Lowes/Home Depot/ or similar type of store?
It may be time for me to take a run to Syracuse again ...

Sarah
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Old 04-11-2009, 07:33 PM
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You can purchase DryVit at a plaster building supplier. I bought mine here.

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