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Old 11-07-2008, 01:47 AM
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I can't see liquid nails holding up to rapid heating and cooling. From my experience with the stuff it goes brittle after time in ordinary conditions. I tried a 25 mm panel of Hebel (aerated concrete) on the inside of a wooden door but it didn't last too long. Too brittle-
it 's edges got knocked around and it cracked down the middle. Currently using 25mm ISOFRAX board encapsulated with heatproof paint. It's a safe material but a bit too soft. I bolted it on with 3/16" bolts. Don't use screws, they will loosen and char the wood against the threads.
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Old 11-10-2008, 02:34 PM
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David, the ceramic fibre can be hardened up using a product called RIGIDISER. We have it in stock, what area are you in?
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