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Jason79 07-07-2011 08:15 AM

Cement layer with wire
 
I am inclosing my dome and filling the whole space with insulating material do I still need to do the layer of mortar with wire I think I should this layer stops any cracks because of the wire in it am I correct thanks guys Jason I mean the outer laver with mesh wire do I need this if your not going to see the dome

dmun 07-07-2011 08:43 AM

Re: Mirror layer with wire
 
I'm afraid I don't understand your question. What mirror? What wire? Maybe you can explain what you are planning to do.

azpizzanut 07-07-2011 05:51 PM

Re: Mirror layer with wire
 
Hi Jason79,

No, you don't need the mortar and wire if you are going to fill the enclosure with insulation.

Cheers,

TomR 07-09-2011 07:16 PM

Re: Mirror layer with wire
 
To pick up on this thread, I think my stove construction is at about the same stage as Jason79. I have my Forno Bravo Casa2G80 stove on top of its insulation and with the cooking floor in place. I'll cement the joints - that seems no problem. Then the insulation gets wrapped on the stove and it's at this point I need some guidance. I want to create a finished dome in stucco, including a flat front face and square stucco chimney enclosure (around the stainless pipe that came with the stove, but should I swap this out for double-walled?) and a shell over the dome that de-emphasizes the low spot at the oven door (so, built up more over the neck than the dome itself). I think I can use metal lath for the front face and the chimney surround. Creating the dome cover is where I'm puzzled. I've read materials on this forum that suggest using a welded frame of thin rebar, with screen mounted to the frame and hardware cloth on top of that and vermiculite to fill the irregularities between the frame/screen/cloth and the bat insulation. Others seem less concerned with creating such a frame system and seem to say something less is adequate, perhaps just sturdy hardware cloth with heavy duty aluminum foil between the bat insulation and the hardware cloth. Is there a preferred method for creating a substrate for a stucco shell that will resist cracking? A list of the methods other folks have used successfully?


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