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Offline artigiano

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« on: November 08, 2006, 02:50:59 AM »
not sure if anyone can answer this... what is a good alumina content for good refractory brick and floor tiles?  what other composition is to be looked at?


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Re: brick
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2006, 02:49:55 PM »
one more question... if anyone knows:

Does the thickness of the floor brick or tiles match that of the dome bricks if they are of the same composition?  I was thinking of a subfloor of 4 inches of refractory concrete on 3.5 inches of vermiculite insulation under the 4 inch floor and about 2.5 inches of refractory concrete around the dome, with about 4-6 inches of vermiculite between dome and outer brick wall.  My specs I am thinking of are a 50" dome and 17" dome height (aggressive curve with a flattened cuppola) with an 11" door height and 21" door width.  If any one can feed my inquiring mind would be great, thanks!