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Re: Solid Clay Bricks vs Fire Bricks

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Posted by murray

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

Hi Kim ,the white solid bricks are fired at a higher temperature when made, probably around the 1080 to 1140 deg. C. red firing clays vitrifies at a lower temperature so require less heat in the kiln you are pretty safe with the white /cream colours make sure they are clay and not the white silica brick, they are autoclaved not kiln fired bricks

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