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Thermal mass over a 6" pipe.  RSS feed

 
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Hello everyone. I have a simple question for all of you and would love your input. How much thermal mass do all of you have over you horizontal pipe before you add any structural cob. I only have one 6" pipe in the bench.
The bench will be about 18" at the base 18" tall and the top couple inches of structural cob will be about 22" wide.
Thanks carter
 
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