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    Rutland Castable Refractory Fireplace Cement - 12.5 Pound Tub

    48.95
    List Price: $69.99
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: 600
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-600
    UPC: 00022624006008

    Features

    • Can be cast into custom shapes
    • Ideal for replacing worn out firebrick and filling large irregular holes in masonry fireboxes
    • Creates an excellent solid stove bed
    • Cures without heat
    • Strong enough for use in outdoor fire pits
    • Withstands temperatures as high as 2,200 F
    • May be painted after curing
    • Easy to use
    • Properties:
      • Consistency: dry
      • Pot Time: 20 to 30 minutes
      • Dry Time: 24 hours, depending upon thickness, humidity, and air temperature
      • Coverage: one 12.5 pound container casts a block 12" x 12" x 1.25"
      • Color: light brown
    * Please Note: This cement contains Portland Cement. It should not be used without safety goggles, rubber gloves, and a NIOSH-approved dust respirator.

    This castable refractory fireplace cement comes in a 12 1/2 tub. This product can be cast into various shapes. This product is especially viable for filling in worn out and chipped out firebrick or filling in any holes in your masonry fireboxes. This product will cure without heat. You can use in outdoor fire boxes. This castable refractory fireplace cement will withstand a 2200 degree Fahrenheit. The cement can be painted after drying. The cement comes in light brown.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    By dawn from East Carbon Utah on March 27, 2012
    Can i burn coal on this cement?
    By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on March 28, 2012

    Answer:
    That would depend on the application. If the coal is simply being burned on a grate in an open fireplace, then there would be no issue as this material is rated to withstand temperatures of 2200 degrees. However, coal being used in a closed combustion chamber furnace is capable of reaching much higher temperatures. As such, we would not recommend the use of this product in that type of installation.

    By Anne from St Louis, MO on September 17, 2014
    We are adapting a woodburning outdoor prefab fireplace unit to LP gas logs. The unit is steel but I would like to install firebrick to the inside of the box. I am looking for a high heat, outdoor cement or adhesive that will bond with both steel and firebrick. What product would you recommend?
    By eFireplaceStore on September 18, 2014

    Answer:
    While we do offer adhesives that can successfully bond masonry to metal, they will not work well for this application. The issue is that the firebrick and metal chassis of the firebox will have very different expansion rates. Past customers that have tried to to this have had issues with the brick cracking and bowing after a relatively short amount of time. Manufacturers of prefab units that use firebrick assemble the brick in panels. This is accomplished by notching each course of brick and using a metal rail to link each course together. After assembly, the gaps are mortared and a metal mounting rail is attached to the upper and lower end, allowing the panel to sit against the inner wall.

    By Steve from Spring Lake, NJ on February 19, 2016
    I am trying to protect the inside of a steel firebox for my meat smoker. Can I cast a 20x20 inch slab with your product? What, if any, material can I use as reinforcement?
    By eFireplaceStore on February 22, 2016

    Answer:
    This product will be perfect for that application, as it has an excellent ability to be cast into various shapes and thicknesses. Expanded mesh wire works well as a reinforcement agent.

    By William from Philadelphia on November 20, 2013
    What is the recommended outdoor temperature range for using this product to repair an outdoor firepit?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 20, 2013

    Answer:
    This product is tested to continuous temperatures of 2,200 degrees, regardless of an indoor or outdoor application. The product cures hydraulically, meaning that it does not need heat to set to full hardness.

    By Tim from Vista, CA on November 7, 2015
    We recently installed a metal fireplace door that has a flange that covers the painted brick just outside the firebox. There are irregular gaps all around the door frame that we would like to fill and paint to match the fireplace. The largest gaps are about 1". Is this Rutland castable refractory fireplace cement the right product or can you recommend a product (or combo of products) that would work for this application?
    By eFireplaceStore on November 9, 2015

    Answer:
    This will be the exact product to use. This type of mortar has good adhesion and retains its shape well, enabling it to bridge larger gaps without running or sagging. You will need to keep the consistency a bit dryer when mixing to allow for enough build up to the brick surface. It will also be necessary to remove the paint around the adhesion zone prior to using the mortar.

    By John from Fairfax, VA on May 2, 2016
    I have a Vermont Casting wood insert and the brick inside is broken. Can this cement be used to attach the broken back together?
    By Will M. on May 3, 2016

    Answer:
    When firebrick is broken inside a wood stove or insert, it must be replaced. To locate the proper replacement part, please fill out this form.

    By Diana from Greenville, SC on November 16, 2015
    Will this Rutland castable refractory fireplace cement bond with cement or be able to adhere to rock?
    By eFireplaceStore on November 17, 2015

    Answer:
    It will indeed. This product offers good adhesion properties and when mixed a bit on the dry side, it will retain its shape and hold well to existing vertical cement and stone surfaces.

    Customer Reviews
    Rutland Castable Refractory Fireplace Cement - 12.5 Pound Tub ( 48.95 )
    4 out of 5 Stars based on 1 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    It's OK
    By
    robert
    from saint paul, MNon
    June 21, 2014
    The only comment I have is the color when dry s/b a light brown....IT WAS NOT,,,it still is grey.



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