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Pizza bbq smoker castable firebrick imperial kk0061 clay refractory cement
Castable Refractory Cement 3lb dry, Imperial KK0061
Our Price: $19.99

Overview

  • Repairs bricks and linings
  • Fast setting and non-asbestos
  • Can be cast into custom shapes or as one solid stove bed
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
  • Resists temperatures up to 1204°C (2200°F)

Applications

Used in furnaces, wood and coal stoves, free-standing fireplaces and outdoor fire pits. Can also be used to fill cracks and large holes in masonry firebox.


Directions

When used in a firebox, clear all dirt, dust and debris from the surface to be cemented. Lightly dampen the surface area with water. When casting, have a trowel, spatula and casting form handy before adding water. Only mix an amount that can be used in 20 minutes. Add 142 mL (5 oz.) of clean water to every 1.36 kg (3 lbs.) of dry-mix. Allow to air dry for 24 hours prior to final curing. For best bonding and strength, the first firing should be of low intensity to allow the water to be driven out.

Pizza Oven BBQ Smoker Fire Brick Firebrick liner 9 x 4-1/2 x 1-1/2 KK0156
Firebrick for Smokers / Outdoor Pizza ovens
Our Price: $47.99

Quantity (6)

These premium firebricks are 9" x 4-1/2" x 1-1/4"

6-pack

Quick ship.

Great for outdoor pizza oven, bbq and smoker insulation or fireplace repair.

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Castable Fire Brick clay cement 3 lb Imperial
12 lb Castable Refractory Clay - Imperial Brand
Our Price: $48.00

Overview

  • Great for Pizza Ovens, Big Green Egg/Kamado repair or stove liner repair
  • Repairs bricks and linings
  • Fast setting and non-asbestos
  • Can be cast into custom shapes or as one solid stove bed
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
  • Resists temperatures up to 1204°C (2200°F)

Applications

Used in furnaces, wood and coal stoves, free-standing fireplaces and outdoor fire pits. Can also be used to fill cracks and large holes in masonry firebox.


Directions

When used in a firebox, clear all dirt, dust and debris from the surface to be cemented. Lightly dampen the surface area with water. When casting, have a trowel, spatula and casting form handy before adding water. Only mix an amount that can be used in 20 minutes. Add 142 mL (5 oz.) of clean water to every 1.36 kg (3 lbs.) of dry-mix. Allow to air dry for 24 hours prior to final curing. For best bonding and strength, the first firing should be of low intensity to allow the water to be driven out.

   
 
Fire bricks and refractory (refactory) clay help insulate any smoker