thomas rubino wrote:If the copper plate isn't quite right for your design. Leaving your granite back 1 to 1.5 " back from the edge of the fire brick will certainly help protect it from the heat. Gerry suggested possibly using ceramic fiber board (1/2") under your granite that is over the feed tube. This would work fine as well. I would still keep the granite away from the edge.
I tested the temps on my stove last night. The top of the fire bricks were 225-250 F if I measured down 2" temp was 570 F +
thomas rubino wrote:
For your application, of a showpiece rmh that folks can sit on . I would consider using the Walker style 1/2 barrel's in your bench. They would heat up your bench faster than a traditional pipe thru mass method.
Staci Kopcha wrote:Hi Dan!
I have't watch video or read details yet- looking forward to it.
The end product looks Awesome!!
Very "low profile" for a rmh!! Mine seems like a sloppy goliath in contrast. (earnestly working on plaster this weeked!)
Are you please with performance?