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if ceramic rope is placed in the corner of the door that forms the reveal section of the door about half an inch in fastened with high temp adhesive wrapped completely around the door would it not seal perfectly.

That's my intention will report how it goes when I get the door in.
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Old 01-09-2014, 03:24 AM
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david

if ceramic rope is placed in the corner of the door that forms the reveal section of the door about half an inch in fastened with high temp adhesive wrapped completely around the door would it not seal perfectly.

That's my intention will report how it goes when I get the door in.
That could work, but remember that when the oven cools it is likely to jamb tight against your door creating abrasion against the rope. I don't like the idea of using a ceramic rope near the food so I haven't tried it. If you get a high temperature adhesive that will stick the stuff to the side of your door let me know. Nothing I've tried stands up very well particularly at the top of the door which gets very hot.

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Old 01-09-2014, 03:52 AM
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Hi David

Found this by fluke check it out not sure where you obtain the product but maybe some of us could buy a 6 pack or 20 pack and try it out.

Product is towards the bottom.

http://www.sdberg.com.au/Cats/NP%20F...s%20Online.pdf

Possibility may be able to run a bead around the door and get a nice push fit with flexibility. Let me know what you think. I'm ringing tomorrow if I can find a phone number.

As for the rope I only intend having it placed around the inner lip of the entry arch just inside the arch creating a compression fit [due to expansion and contraction of a close fitting door getting jammed in place that you pointed out above] locking the door in.

This is why I am making my initial door 5" thick.

Unlike the ceramic blanket the rope I have does not seem to shed nor does the ceramic tape. Wrapped both around my arm with a dark windcheater on and there seemed to be no noticeable dandruff.
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Old 01-09-2014, 04:08 AM
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Colin,

I've not tried Pyrogrip, but I have tried Thermoseal and found it pretty unsatisfactory. Get some, try it and let us know.Sikafireate is another but it also goes hard and brittle.
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For what it's worth, I'm going with this fiberglass seal and some high temp adhesive as a door seal.

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After a full saturation burn, it goes about like this:

Doored after pizza, 850-900
24 hours 550
48 hours 350
72 hours 200
96 hours 150
120-168 hours ambient

This sounds about what mine looks like.
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