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Re: Solid Clay Bricks vs Fire Bricks

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Posted by Rado (

In Reply to: Re: Solid Clay Bricks vs Fire Bricks posted by John from Perth WA

Kim & John,
Thanks for visiting my website from WA.

Refractory supplier in Perth, see all products contact details are:
Ian Mears, (08 9434 9202 / 0414 885 337)
Mears Refractory Services pty ltd.
Unit 3
9 Corokia Way
Bibra Lake
Perth WA
He is a really nice bloke, very helpful quite knowledgeable about ovens, won't seem to mind opening the warehouse up at odd hours when someone really needs when ran out of bricks (hires brick saw standing idle.)

**OR my oven building CDrom has the folder on "Equivalent materials and sources". It includes what other alternative clay bricks to use, how to find clay/mud for making own bricks/adobe and working with them, or how to make inexpensive heat insulations-s equal to vermiculite/perlite properties, as well as use of ceramic fiber blankets. Folder contains large photographs of these materials. At the moment the whole cd has files on 494Mb size, I just added in one new additional/extra sequence on building smaller simple version of this oven plus more extra stuff, this is not mentioned in the website pages yet I will do it later. Very good for building! R

***OR in Perth people use the 'Midland Smooth Cream solid bricks and are manufactured from:
MIDLAND BRICKS - PERTH & are available throughout their display centers in Perth.
Tel: 131540 Freecall: 1800 998 320 . Ask them for usage properties of these bricks or I can post it here if needed.

Re: Solid Clay Bricks vs Fire Bricks

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