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    Rutland Fire Brick - Box of Six Bricks

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    List Price: $49.99
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    • Box contains six bricks
    • Can withstand up to 2,700 degrees F
    • Meets ASTM C-20, C-16, C-113, C-38, and C-133
    • Approximate brick dimensions are 9" x 4.5" x 1.25"
    • Suitable for building new fireboxes and repairing existing ones
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: 604-1
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-604
    UPC: 022624006046

    Features

    • Box contains six bricks
    • Can withstand up to 2,700 degrees F
    • Meets ASTM C-20, C-16, C-113, C-38, and C-133
    • Approximate brick dimensions are 9" x 4.5" x 1.25"
    • Suitable for building new fireboxes and repairing existing ones
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    Whether you're building a new firebox or repairing an existing one, Rutland's Fire Bricks are up to the task. These bricks can withstand up to 2,700 degrees fahrenheit and meet ASTM C-20, C-16, C-113, C-38, and C-13 standards. Each box contains six firebricks.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    7 Questions & 7 Answers
    Larry P
    from Colorado asked:
    July 7, 2020
    Will these bricks hold up if refractory cement holds them in place in a coal fire Forge with a temperature of 1700 degrees plus?
    1 Answer
    They are rated for 2700 degrees, so they should be fine.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on July 7, 2020

    Bernis
    from San Francisco asked:
    April 23, 2020
    Can these bricks be used at the bottom of a BBQ?
    1 Answer
    Yes, they can be used in that manner.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on April 23, 2020

    TJags
    from Albuquerque, NM asked:
    January 26, 2020
    How hot can this get until bricks start to crack?
    1 Answer
    It depends on the applications. Most wood burning fireplaces have ceramic firebrick on the inside, the should last many years. They are fragile and can be damaged by dropping or aggressively loading wood. The manufacturers do not list a temperature range for operation. The temperature inside the firebox can easily exceed 1000 degrees Fahrenheit.
    Submitted by: Brian L. on January 28, 2020

    James S
    from montgomery, al 36117 asked:
    June 14, 2019

    How to cut them?

    1 Answer

    If you have access to a tile saw, it can be used to cut this type of medium density brick. A better choice is to use a masonry blade affixed to a standard circular saw. This cuts the brick faster and does not dull the blade, but creates a good bit of dust. I usually use the circular or a chop saw with a masonry blade. A mask and a little spray bottle of water helps cut down on the dust.

    Submitted by: Owen O. on June 14, 2019

    Bruce
    from MT asked:
    July 12, 2017
    Is there any where in my area to buy your bricks?
    1 Answer
    As we are simply an online retailer of the products we offer, we do not have any brick and mortar stores.
    Submitted by: Will M. on July 12, 2017

    Dennis
    from Sultan, WA asked:
    September 19, 2014
    What is needed to cut one of these bricks?
    1 Answer
    If you have access to a tile saw, it can be used to cut this type of medium density brick. A better choice is to use a masonry blade affixed to a standard circular saw. This cuts the brick faster and does not dull the blade, but creates a good bit of dust.
    Submitted by: eFireplaceStore on September 22, 2014

    Scott
    from Canyon Lake, CA asked:
    February 2, 2012
    Can these bricks be used for the bottom of a metal prefab fireplace where the bottom deteriorated? Would I use grout or set them tightly together without grout?
    1 Answer
    These bricks can indeed be used in the bottom of your fireplace. They should be mortared together with refractory cement.
    Submitted by: Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on February 3, 2012

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