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Offline Woodfiredovenpizzero

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Re: Smallest possible dry-fit brick oven possible?
« Reply #25 on: June 17, 2012, 11:47:22 PM »
I purchased my WFO from fornoclassico.com. So far I'm happy with the products it produces, not the best looking pies in this forum but good tasting. To protect the oven from the elements I just put a tarp over it.

Good luck with your search.

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Offline adios pantalones

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Re: Smallest possible dry-fit brick oven possible?
« Reply #26 on: June 25, 2012, 12:56:10 PM »
I'm thinking a pair of fire tiles for the top, medium duties for the hearth and sides. Get a long lintel brick (refractory supply place for fire tile and lintel) for over the door. Use some M board or kaowool for insulation (watch out for inhalation hazard). (my refractory guys/candy store: http://www.cutteratlantic.com/products.html - but find some local to you, shipping will kill ya on this stuff)

It will weigh... as much as the bricks- but it should set up/break down really fast, and would be easy to reconfigure until you have a design that works well.
In all honesty- I am guessing that you could set one up in under an hour the first time.

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Re: Smallest possible dry-fit brick oven possible?
« Reply #27 on: June 25, 2012, 01:04:03 PM »
fire brick is difficult for me to find around here,  damn!!!  northern Minnesota

Smith-Sharpe is down in the Twin Cities area, unfortunately. There's a lot of potters down there as well at the University of Minnesota (dubbed "Mingeisota")

Call around masonry supply and brick suppliers- someone will have medium duties, as they are used in fireplaces


 

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