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MTo firebrick Walls part 1/3 building sequence

Masterly Tail oven design inner refractory firebrick part building sequence. Complete MTo building plans on the web. There are 3 segments to the building sequence of it’s inner refractory firebrick part; one of the unique objects in Masterly Tail oven design. This page contains the first stage. Wood fired Masterly Tail oven design (MTo) plans for building its firebrick part consists of 613 high quality resolution images. Because it is so long and detailed, here in the web version building plans, the plans were split into 3 continuous main pages. Masterly Tail oven design building plan, or MTo plans in short, originates in website. The MTo plans and MTo design idea are originally developed by KangaRado Hand in 2001 / registered. No patents allowed.

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Creating hearth floor with firebricks

Laying smooth firebrick hearth floor surface. How to create smooth surface with firebricks laid into hearth floor? This hearth floor is made out of firebricks, the bricks are being laid one by one onto clay sand bed, mix of clay and sieved fine sand mixed with water in mixing ratio 1 part sand and 1 part clay. Lay these firebricks on this way thinly applied layer to form a very flat and very straight/smooth hearth floor in a matter of 2 hours or faster.

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Top concrete slab for making hearth

How to make top dense concrete slab for the hearth. On this slab bricks will be laid to form a flat smooth floor surface. For making of this slab a concrete mix with lime and Portland cement are used in mixing ratio 4:1:1 by volume. Ordinary building tools are worked with.

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Insulating layer for under hearth slab

This page contains several images long sequence for making the 4 inch or 100 millimeters high thermal insulating layer which goes under the dense concrete hearth slab on which firebricks are then laid to form a flat and smooth brick hearth surface. Building 3G MTo – third generation Masterly Tail oven – 4″ or 100 mm thick thermal insulation for hearth.

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Raising cement block walls filled with concrete

Rising block walls with dry stack cement blocks filled with concrete. Filling cement blocks with concrete, slim – thinner – smaller sizes of blocks and larger bock sizes. How to raise concrete block walls, into a hip level height, with a dry-stack cement blocks then filled with concrete. Block dry stacking building system approach is stronger and much fast and cheaper to do. Plus this page shows whole photographic sequence for forming of the slickest ash storage box for ash drop/shoot out there so far. The whole ash shoot feature can be left out if it is not desired.

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Making concrete slab with footings

How to make ground concrete slab for small but heavy in weight sense masonry structures. this concrete slab is set deeper in the ground. The slab has one foot or 300 millimeter deep and wide foundation footing, reinforced with metal bar in each of four sides. The actual slab surface is reinforced with iron mesh and the layer is 100mm thick which equals to 4 inches thickness.

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MTo pizza oven

Welcome to traditional oven website. Here this page summarizes on the whole the very simple philosophy of

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