26.5 or 30.7% Alumina
I have these two fire bricks available to me for purchase. I doubt it makes much difference but are there any compelling reasons for choosing one over the other? Cost being the same.
My oven will be 32 x 36 and used for pizza, bread and sometimes roasting.
Once I get underway I'll start a thread on my build.
Re: 26.5 or 30.7% Alumina
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