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Old 04-07-2013, 12:19 AM
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Gudday
find attached possible way if putting chimney through an octaginal roof

Red Clay Brick Oven in the Philippine Islands-chimney.jpeg

this is not my idea but something I seen used on a house renervation yrs ago. Mod 1 from the engineer did not work he didn't allow for the lenght of the bolts. We changed it and had it remade and powder coated black againt varnised wood beams it was special

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Old 04-07-2013, 05:33 AM
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Something like that was kicking around in the back of my mind, but with double metal bars to carry each joist. The elevated rain flange too, it allows for hot air to rise through but sheds anything but sideways rain. Nice find cobblerdave, and I really appreciate the time you've spent. I have one reservation, we live on the ocean and everything rusts. I could have this welded up in stainless but...$. I'm trying to think up an alternative long lasting cheap solution and not coming up with much. Doubling the chimney is what I'm considering, then on the outer, cooler chimney attaching the wood directly. Still in the planning stages.

Btw, 'Measure twice, cut once' was the saying my old carpentry teacher from high school swore by.

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Old 04-08-2013, 04:28 PM
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I think something like that would be best Dave. If I'm going to spend all the $ doubling the chimney I might just as well get stainless welded up as shown, with a single plate and stainless bolts. The more I look at it the better I like.
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:56 PM
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Gudday Lancer
Or have a bet each way and only double up the section that passes through the roof ? Stainless bolts are expensive ,double dipped gal through the wood beams should do. I live 1/2 km off Morton bay double dipped gal does the job.
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Old 04-09-2013, 04:26 PM
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I would if I could, believe me. Finding galvanized here is a problem. Forget galvanized nails and screws... I can find stainless bolts not too expensive. They're a basic part to the motorcycles here and sold in the city. Found stainless welding rods as well, just have to find stainless plate.

Amazing things these stoves. At every turn I'm having to learn some new procedure or use materials which are totally unfamiliar. This will be a fun project.

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Old 04-10-2013, 02:04 AM
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Gudday
Just a thought as this thing is getting firmer into the planning stage it might be time to start a separate thread to contain you build?
What we have done is hijacked another thread. Could I suggest also that the title contain the word Philippines so that those who come later can have a easily searchable resource.
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Old 04-10-2013, 04:47 PM
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Yes, I'll do that.

Bought one red clay brick yesterday, potter seems to know what he's doing. The brick is very light weight, I was surprised. There was an old oven, not pizza, with his bricks burning very hot, and they looked okay. The one I bought is sitting in our outdoor wood burning cooking area where it will be in the flame and I'll see how it holds up. Coast P12, or about a quarter. Can buy bags of red clay as well, for the refractory cement. Also found stuff I think is lime which is advertised as stucco, in bags sold next to Portland cement. Stuff is white in color. Got the brand name and will research it.

I am so thrilled with yesterdays explorations! All is available, thank you God. Now a trip to Camiguin Island, a nearby volcanic island I can see out my window, looking for pumice, or perlite. If they're selling the stuff there, we're in business.

Now, on to find a location for a thread related to this build.

Edit: http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f51/...tml#post149980 (Lancer's Philippine Build, Close to Australia Anyhoo...)

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