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azpizzanut 03-30-2011 10:33 PM

Low cost materials
 
Hi All,

I have some free materials available for an interested party that can pick them up near Phoenix, Arizona.

One bag of lime. Opened but only used a few pounds
Half a bag of sand for mortar, 50 pounds.
Half bag of fire clay,
100 insulating K23 fire bricks
An indispensable tool

100 clean, used, fire bricks for $50

Contact me here and we'll work out the details.

Cheers,

KManley 04-02-2011 02:50 PM

Re: Low cost materials
 
If you still have those materials i'll take them off your hands. I'm in the east valley and will be starting soon

azpizzanut 04-04-2011 09:29 AM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Hello,

OK, I'll hold the materials for you.

Check your private messages. I sent you a contact number.

Cheers,

azpizzanut 04-15-2011 03:38 PM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Yo, KManley,

I'd like to hear from you !!

Cheers,

DrGamete 06-18-2011 05:11 PM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Bob,

Did you offload your left overs? I see its been a couple months. If not let me know ill swing up your way.

azpizzanut 06-18-2011 06:09 PM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Hello Dr,

Which came first, the gamete or the meiosis?

There are 90 insulating kiln bricks and half the firebricks left, about 50 of them. Also, an Indispensible tool for a 30" to 42" diameter Pompeii style oven.

PM me with your contact info and I'll provide my phone number and directions.

Cheers,

C5dad 06-21-2011 05:52 AM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Dr,

There was a posting on Craigslist yesterday for firebricks - 50 for $25 in Queen Creek. The poster said 4x6 but that is not a common size (and phx brick does not make them) The picture shows splits, fwiw.

DrGamete 06-21-2011 06:11 AM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Chris,

Thanks for the heads up! I'll check into it this afternoon; I'm headed up to the north side to see Bob today if he has time and pick up any goodies he has left.

azpizzanut 06-21-2011 08:33 AM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Dr,

Yep, got everything stacked and ready for you. Between my materials and those in QC you may have enough to make a nice oven.

Cheers,

DrGamete 06-22-2011 05:57 AM

Re: Low cost materials
 
Bob,

Hey thanks for the materials and tour of your ovens yesterday! I really apperciated all the advice.

Our wives were talking while you stepped away and mentioned you were thinking about building a Tandoori oven; I've actually planned to build one myself next to the planned 42" pompeii. I'm sure you've seen the link already, but Musa has a pretty good build from a few years ago at: Tandoor Oven Construction Progress

Good luck and post up some pictures when you get started. I'll start a build thread and show you some pictures of my progress once I finish gathering materials.

Cheers,
Rob


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