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Old 04-30-2013, 02:47 AM
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Cool Damon, Im starting to think about the flew now myself.How the cost compare to a single flew?
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Old 04-30-2013, 05:20 AM
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Have a look at the Online combustion heating catalogue for Air Diffusion agencies

From my research for 8inch ID

Single skin stainless probably around $100 - $250 depending on quality/height/cowl

Double cased ( 3 walls) tends to be more around $500-$600 because of the added complication to get through a ceiling and roof space etc.
Eg roof box, flues x 3, cowl, dektite, spigot plate and so on.

Obviously a trade/wholesale buy will get the price down

I found its usually cheaper to buy the kits and just add/remove extras
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Old 05-05-2013, 05:31 AM
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ok got my head around the voussoirs to attempt the outer arch.......as per great advise from you guys.

Made a cardboard cutout, did a dry run on the ground. This helped me work out the common cut angle to get the spacing. I used some old left-overs bricks as a trial run (they had too many dings & cracks for oven).

It was pretty accurate except for one spot where I stuffed it up - 6th brick up on the right.

Outer arch is separate from inner arch (white foam in picture shows the gap) to give me a thermal break - will probably use vermicrete to fill the gap.

So now I'm up to the flue transition area. Will dry lay the last layers from here then take them out to cut the hole/chute to go up into the flue plate (stainless steel square plate with round riser hole for flue).

How do people generally attach and seal the stainless steel plate to the brick work at the top of arch please?
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Old 05-05-2013, 08:17 AM
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Damon,

This is what I did but I am sure there are lots of other ways to fasten your anchor plate.
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:13 PM
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Hey Damon,

Looks pretty good mate!! I am about at the same point as you. Trying to figure out how to mount the chimney base plate.

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Old 05-05-2013, 05:30 PM
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Hi Damon

Looking good not far now to PIZZAAAAAAAAAA.

One question why such a deep outer arch looks like 2 bricks deep. Have i got that right.

Keep photos coming am interested in how you complete this part of the build
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:46 AM
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Nice front arch. its built like you meant it and not just two arches butted together as an after thought.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:41 AM
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Thanks guys. Brickie using the scrap bricks was a big help in dry run.

Wife was out for a couple hours and got home on Saturday expecting arch to be standing......what's going on. She finds me in a puzzled state with cardboard on the floor nowhere near the oven.
..you been on pizza p0rno again....!!!! She asks..!!

Meanwhile I discovered some foam renderpanel in nearby skip as rubbish. Perfect as a base to my form . So once built add petrol (no flame) and the foam will reduce.....form lowers and just pull out in one piece. Any local Adelaide fellas want a template just ask me.
All of this come about by others:......first my son discovered the panels piece as he wanted to play with them.....and second the petrol was suggested by a work colleague

Colin my outer arch is driven by 2 things for me.
First one..... last oven was only 1.5 bricks deep and I wanted a slightly deeper arch so the smoke doesn't come out the front this time.
Second...... Where the flue has to go up throught the eave.....to far back and the flue dektite would end up in the gutter. Too far forward and whole oven would have to sit onto the alfresco footing.
Obviously taking into account reach and other stuff as well.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:50 AM
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Russell I think your pictures are great. I'm thinking of cutting the arch bricks to transition the hole throught but also doing some square bricks on top of the arch to take the plate..

My situation is this is about 500mm from the eave ceiling..... Rather than just go from the single wall up to the ceiling box ( ceiling box is to protrude 300mm below eave lining for safety) ...... I might as well bring the ceiling box all the way down to the top of this plate.

If I've confused every1, I might post pics of my dry run on that.
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Old 05-12-2013, 05:39 AM
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Got my shoulder back to the plough....well the brick saw

pulled my forms out....outer arch is bigger than I expected
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