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Old 08-21-2009, 05:36 AM
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Default ***Where I Got My Heat Stop***

Thought I would start a thread where I got my Heat Stop and Other Stuff to help some of the new guys and gals,,, maybe save them some time and trouble, everybody please add where you got yours
Thanks, Mark


I got my firebrick and Heat Stop at
Progressive Brick
190 Route 17
North Hasbrouck Heights NJ 07604
201-288-2121

Firebrick was .97cents each and Heat stop was 62.50 per 50 lb bag.
progressivebrick

Many of my tools were purchased from Harbor Freight
Harbor Freight Tools - Quality Tools at the Lowest Prices

They have a store locator on their website.

Good luck new guys
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Old 08-21-2009, 10:33 AM
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Default Re: ***Where I Got My Heat Stop***

I bought my HeatStop50 from our local Boral Bricks showroom. They knew what it was and happily ordered it for me (took only 2 days or so). Price was between $70-$80 per bag. Boral has showrooms all over the US:
Showroom Locator - Boral Bricks

THE source for other refractory stuff in Louisville, KY (and surrounding area) is Louisville Firebrick: www.LouisvilleFirebrick.com I highly recommend them for bricks and refractory blanket.
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