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Firebrick Source

Discussion in 'Forges, Ovens, Kilns, & Salt Pots' started by Wapiti, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. Wapiti

    Wapiti New Member

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    Would like to buy some fire brick. Anyone know of a good source in the Edmonton area? Or for that matter Alberta?
    Thanks
    Wapiti
     
  2. Alexander13

    Alexander13 Member

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    Any pottery supply store should have them or fire place store. If that doesn't work google insulating firebrick, you should be able to find a local supplier that way.
    Good luck
     
  3. Mythtaken

    Mythtaken Staff Member CKM Staff

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    For the soft ones, pottery supply places are the best. If you can't find a local place, you can check out Tuckers Pottery. They have decent prices and are easy to deal with.
     
  4. Alexander13

    Alexander13 Member

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    Vesuvius in a manufacturer of IFB's and lots of other refractory material. They have an office in Edmonton so you should be able to contact them and either buy directly from them or they should be able to give you a list of local suppliers.
     
  5. dancom

    dancom Dust Maker Best Shop Tool

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    Wapiti, have you found some IFB? I know a lady in West Edmonton that had lots of bricks (new in boxes and dozens of used ones stacked along the side of her garage) plus a new box of Kaowool. An old fellow at her church was going to build a massive pottery kiln, but the project was halted due to health reasons. Donations to her church to support kids in Bolivia. Let me dig up her number.
     

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