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Anyone in Connecticut know of a ceramic fiber board supplier/have any extra they would like to sell?

 
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I'm looking for ceramic fiber board. I live in the Greater Hartford area and am more than willing to travel through the Greater New England area.  Any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks

John
 
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Hi John;  Welcome to permies.
 I bought my ceramic fiber board from ebay here is the item #  (222715872389)  1"thick x 19.7" wide and 39.4" long cost was $95.60 free shipping.  Cut properly this is enough to do an 8" J tube using split bricks for the feed tube. I haven't ordered it yet as I may share a roll with another permie person but ebay has ceramic fiber blanket (FOR making a 5 minute riser)  here is the item # (251999917103) #8 2300 F  1" thick x 24" wide and 25 feet long for $  
93.00 !  25' is way more than I need but if you buy 12' it costs over $80.00!  Buy extra !
Good Luck with your material search and your future RMH build!
 
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You might try googling "pottery supply" for your area; good sources for small numbers of firebrick and fiber board as they are used in building kilns and for kiln repair.
 
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