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Castable Refractory Cement for Fireplaces by Rutland (25 Pound Tub)

Castable Refractory Cement for Fireplaces by Rutland (25 Pound Tub)

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Rutland
Rutland Part Numbers: 601
Item Number: RUT-601
UPC: 022624006015

Features

  • Easy to use
  • Cures without heat
  • Will cast 432 cu. inches
  • May be painted after curing
  • Can be cast into custom shapes
  • Creates an excellent solid stove bed
  • Strong enough for use in outdoor fire pits
  • Withstands temperatures as high as 2,200 degrees F
  • Dry time of 24 hours, depending upon thickness, humidity, and air temperature
  • Ideal for replacing worn out firebrick and filling large irregular holes in masonry fireboxes
If you're looking for a fireplace cement with a little bit more flexibility, try Rutland's Castable Refractory Cement (perfect for fireplaces). Refractory cement is a versatile compound that can be cast into custom shapes, making it ideal for replacing firebrick, filling large, irregular holes in masonry fireboxes, and casting solid stove beds. You can even use it to repair outdoor fire pits. And, because this castable refractory cement usually dries in about twenty-four hours and cures without heat, using it couldn't be easier.

Please Note: This cement contains Portland Cement. It should not be used without safety goggles, rubber gloves, and a NIOSH-approved dust respirator.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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Don S. from Rochester NH asked:
Do I need to put in some sort of release agent once cured?
Do I need to put in some sort of release agent once cured?
It does not require heat to cure and does not require a release agent. This 25-pound container will cast 432 cubic inches.
Answered by: Kathy O.

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Will from Venice Fl asked:
Can I coat the rusted portion of the top inside surface of my metal fireplace?
Can I coat the rusted portion of the top inside surface of my metal fireplace?
We cannot recommend using this inside your fireplace, since it is a manufactured unit.
Answered by: Tyler M

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Travis from California asked:
Can I use this to make a 31 inches wide x 27 inches tall x 1.25 inches thick panel for my fireplace?
Can I use this to make a 31 inches wide x 27 inches tall x 1.25 inches thick panel for my fireplace?
Yes, you can build a form and make a casting to your desired dimensions.
Answered by: Devon P.

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Wade C. from Indianapolis, IN asked:
I am looking to order the Stone Age Manufacturing 48" Patio Series Outdoor Fireplace with Straight Lintel kit, and wanted to know how much refractory cement is needed to construct the product, as well as installing the firebrick?
I am looking to order the Stone Age Manufacturing 48" Patio Series Outdoor Fireplace with Straight Lintel kit, and wanted to know how much refractory cement is needed to construct the product, as well as installing the firebrick?
That fireplace requires 5 buckets of mortar for complete installation.
Answered by: Aaron D.

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