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Old 04-29-2012, 06:22 PM
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Default Re: 100% reclaimed oven? I'm gonna try...

Sorry, just reread your post. i don't think stone should be part of the heated mass, unless it will be under 800F. I think firebrick or another refractory are the only real candidates for exposure to direct heat. After 800F stone has the potential to spall and break down at 1200 it's almoist a guarantee. from my understanding 800F is a temp that will be seen often in these ovens.
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