Re: Oven (Floor - Wall - Dome) Fire Bricks Thickness?!
Alex, My floor bricks just lie on the rigid insulation below. Given these plates are relatively flat, laying them, in 2 layers, without mortar should be fine. Over time the ash from the fires will work down and into the gaps and stabilize the floor structure. One point that is made over and over relates to the insulation of the oven. More insulation will give you more cooking time with less wood/fuel, the temperatures will be more stable for your cooking and baking.
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