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ceramic fiber board - what temperature rating do I need?  RSS feed

 
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I'd like to build one of Matt Walker's Tiny House Cook Stove and Heater designs. 

With a bit of help from a fellow member, I've managed to source ceramic fiber board with a temperature tolerance of 1260 C, which I think translates to 2300 F.  But I noticed that in the Builder's Guide it says that surface temperatures within the riser can be 2500°F. 

Do I need to keep looking?

 
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That will work great Burra. 
 
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Awesome! 

Thanks Matt. 
 
No. No. No. No. Changed my mind. Wanna come down. To see this tiny ad:
Two part roundwood timber framing workshop sep 24-29 and oct 1-5
https://permies.com/t/91267/permaculture-projects/part-roundwood-timber-framing-workshop
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