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Old 07-01-2014, 05:35 AM
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I love those bricks with the radius. Are they made that way or did you cut them? I can't enlarge the picture to see for sure.
I just grabbed them with the mouse and dragged a copy of them/it off onto the desktop, then double clicked them into Preview which can then be enlarged to huge pixellation.

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I don't think that I could handle your winter, too long in a mild climate, (mediteranian) and too old to change!

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Before the construction of the oven, I did a project. The main feature of this project is a cylindrical hearth stove. Used the ideas of the famous Russian stovemaster Victor Selivan.

The hearth stove can be used as a plates for cooking pilaf,

and as a tandoor for roasting meat, baking bread and cakes.
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Old 07-16-2014, 01:11 AM
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To ensure uniformity of heating flue gas outlet provided in all directions.


To prolong the life of the furnace all gas channels are lined with fireclay brick. See the first photo in previos post.
To conserve heat and protect walling used insulation.

Have something like Stonehenge.:-)

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Old 07-24-2014, 03:41 AM
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All weekend in the summer 2013, I was engaged in masonry oven. Spent 24 working days. I have put 800 ceramic bricks and 250 fireclay bricks. Ceramic red brick laid on the finished clay and sand mixture. Fireclay bricks mortar on (a mixture of refractory clay and ground firebrick). In mortar added 10% water glass.

Installing flue doors.


Shaped brick slab countertops for framing.

Masonry stoves can be completed to prepare pilaf. Rod has even without the tube. Inner part of a brazier of refractory bricks


Visitors to my site and offered to organize a seminar to show how everything is done in practice. Video masonry arch.
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This is some very unique brick work and different type of ovens. As they say more than one way to skin the cat. Watching with much interest. Keep us posted.
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Ok!

This year I mainly engaged in the manufacture and installation of timber frame porch. Two weekends devoted to cutting brick for for mangal's smoke box and laying three rows of brick facing.


The first levels mangal's smoke box.
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Old 08-06-2014, 11:47 AM
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In the end of winter 2014 engaged in manufacturing wooden frame porch. Timber was stacked on the pad one and a half years ago. The ends were covered with clay.

Opened stack and started whittling. Beam cross section 200x150 mm stacked on a workbench with a winch. It could even make a woman. Video.

I spent a long time with the manufacture of frame parts.

Roof gathered on the ground.
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Old 08-14-2014, 02:01 AM
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Spring came, all parts polished and painted.

Paved floors from boards of larch (Siberian oak).

Made stair. Sidewall of the timber of larch section 200x150. Stage of the two bars section 150x150 mm.

Established posts and beams.
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Old 08-14-2014, 02:36 AM
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Looks good Valentin - I like the solid timber in your project. Looking forward to following the progress of your build.
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I like the solid timber in your project.
I like the solid timber too. Stairs is my favorite part in this project.






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