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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yRMyUuENJk
 
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brian Hall : Thank you for posting this, we often harp on how this Can happen and it helps to be able to show this!!! BIG AL

As always watch out and don't get taken in by todays Franken-clone on U-Tube, Much of it is Crap! Crap! Crap! A.L.
 
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What is the thickness of steel you used for the heat riser?
 
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i have a 1/4 thick in SS pipe.. but ive abandoned that idea and will be going with a ceramic blanket 2in thick and a 10 dia stove pipe. which will give me a 6in inner dia for my heat riser.
 
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Brian Hall : Unless the supplier specifies otherwise your blanket will not stand up on its own, and will need a ridgidizer, see the thread by that name, commented by Rj Schnieder!

Then do a wikipedia search for Water Glass ( Sodium Silicate) i love how you think outside the box ! For the Craft Big Al !
 
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