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Old 03-15-2014, 02:42 PM
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Default Fire Brick for Northern Illinois Build

New build in Hawthorn Woods, IL. I'm looking for the median duty fire brick with 38% Alumina content that the plans call for. All I can seem to find locally is fire box brick that meets ASTM C1261 which has an Alumina content much lower. I would appreciate any intel on a local supplier or any feedback weather or not I could or should use the fire box brick.

Thank You!. I'm looking forward to getting going but having some issues digging through the frost line.
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Old 03-15-2014, 05:49 PM
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New build in Hawthorn Woods, IL. I'm looking for the median duty fire brick with 38% Alumina content that the plans call for. All I can seem to find locally is fire box brick that meets ASTM C1261 which has an Alumina content much lower. I would appreciate any intel on a local supplier or any feedback weather or not I could or should use the fire box brick.

Thank You!. I'm looking forward to getting going but having some issues digging through the frost line.
They will work just fine. Most ovens on this site are built with firebox brick .
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