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Old 05-01-2013, 05:36 PM
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Welcome Stevo,

Great to have another WFO'ner on board.

Start your own thread and post lots of Pictures. The wealth of information of this forum will come to your aid.

Cheers

Craig

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Old 05-01-2013, 08:35 PM
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Hey Dave

I had my 200 mm s/s flue pipe fabricated at a local sheet metal workshop. Not sure exactly what gauge it is but it is substantial and set me back $85. Probably cheapest and local industry friendliest way to go.

Where do you find a thermometer with probe for door without parting with a limb? Any suggestions. Tried the FB store but they don't ship O/S.

Cheers.........Steve
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:42 PM
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Guys I hunted around Brisbane for a flue and chinamans hat but couldn't seen to get both at the same company so I bought the flue on line at pivotonline which is a Melbourne company
1 x 6" Wood Heater Cowl - $33.00
1 x 6" Stainless Steel Flue - $40.00 (900mm)
Delivery to Brisbane about $30

Good quality and packaged really well - arrived in 2 days

Cheers

Camo
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:06 AM
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That's cheap for the cowl. I hope it's stainless or you may have to replace it a few years down the track (not that it's a difficult job.)
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:55 PM
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Hey Dave

I had my 200 mm s/s flue pipe fabricated at a local sheet metal workshop. Not sure exactly what gauge it is but it is substantial and set me back $85. Probably cheapest and local industry friendliest way to go.

Where do you find a thermometer with probe for door without parting with a limb? Any suggestions. Tried the FB store but they don't ship O/S.

Cheers.........Steve
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The link to the mob I brought mine of its dead. Pacific brands from memory.
They are not an accurate thing though. The oven floor temp is what is best to run off after the oven has equalized and my thermometer constantly reads 50C to low, but that's a constant so at least you can make a good guess without opening the oven. I have seen a lot of folk spend much time and effort fixing it to their door in such a way as that probe can get knocked around. I have just a hole in the door for the probe and take it out and pop it on the top of the arch to take the door out. Mines a little battered now so if you find one post the details ... The door will not look as good without one
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:59 AM
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Finally picked up my insulation and got 2 rolls of 25mm ($230). Worked out really well as I had enough left over to put an extra layer on the top to make it 75mm. Chicken wire is on as well and now to find out where I can buy the perlite and vermiculite.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:44 AM
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extra layer on the top to make it 75mm.
With 75mm of blanket you dont need vermiculite or perlite.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:03 AM
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Brickie, I think I will put a layer approx 25 to 30 over the top of the insulation so I can easily keep the shape - Anyway everyone says you can never have enough insulation
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:17 AM
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With 75mm of blanket you dont need vermiculite or perlite.

And if you did a nursery supply place would be the go. Bunnings only have 5 litre bags for a ridiculous price.

I got vermiculite from a garden centre for $26.75 for a 100 litre bag.
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Old 05-06-2013, 03:13 AM
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Guys the oven has a full 50 mm blanket over it and I had enough left over just to cover the top half of the dome so the sides only have 50mm. Will that be enough??? So if I don't do a perlite and vermiculaite layer I just need to burn the oven in and then lay the render coat straight on top of the blanket. Sounds tooo easy - I'm almost finished
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