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martin perman19/02/2021 21:09:32
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If I wanted to make a small brazing hearth what type of brick should I use.

Martin P

Grindstone Cowboy19/02/2021 21:14:53
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Firebricks, but not the sort you get out of old storage heaters as they absorb rather than reflect the heat. To be honest, it's probably easiest just to get the pukka stuff from CuP Alloys or similar suppliers.


Chuck Taper19/02/2021 21:15:02
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Oddly enough, just this very day


Also had just started on something similar myself.

Must be something in the air.


fizzy19/02/2021 21:16:43
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Vermiculite is the way to go -

martin perman19/02/2021 21:42:19
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Thank you Gentlemen, it was the WDYDT2021 that raised the question.

Martin P

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