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Rutland Pre-Mixed Refractory Fireplace Cement - 1 Gallon Tub

Rutland Pre-Mixed Refractory Fireplace Cement - 1 Gallon Tub

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Rutland
Rutland Part Numbers: 611
Item Number: RUT-611
UPC: 022624006114

Features

  • Dry time of 24 hours
  • Heat cure time of 1 hour
  • May be painted after drying
  • Meets ASTM E136-79 and E72
  • Can withstand up to 2,000 degrees F
  • Pre-mixed for convenient application
  • Heat cure temperature of 500 degrees F
  • Ideal for setting, coating, and repairing firebrick
  • Seals air and gas leaks around coal or ash pit doors
  • Covers one gallon covers approximately forty-five 4.5" x 9" firebricks
  • Extremely effective for masonry-to-masonry joints less than 1/4" thick
This premixed refractory fireplace cement by Rutland will set, coat, and repair your refractory firebrick. This cement seals air and gas leaks around coal or ash pit doors and is extremely effective for masonry - to - masonry joints that are less than 1/4 in. thick. This one gallon tub will cover approximately 45 4.5 in. x 9 in. firebricks, and can withstand up to 2,000 degrees once the cement is heat cured. You can also paint this cement after it is dried so it will perfectly match your application.

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Jerry from Clinton, LA asked:
Can this be use to set fire brick on an outdoor fire pit?
Can this be use to set fire brick on an outdoor fire pit?
This could indeed be used for that purpose.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Joe from Gilbert, AZ asked:
What materials could I skim coat with this product to make an acceptable firebox for a decorative natural gas fireplace? CMU blocks? Cement board like Hardie backer? Non-refractory concrete? If any of these would be acceptable, please give appropriate thi
What materials could I skim coat with this product to make an acceptable firebox for a decorative natural gas fireplace? CMU blocks? Cement board like Hardie backer? Non-refractory concrete? If any of these would be acceptable, please give appropriate thi
While this product works great for repairing existing masonry, we can't really recommend using it for creating a fireplace from the ground up. However, it is worth pointing out that currently available gas fireplaces require very minimum clearances to combustibles. As such, you can frame up an opening from standard 2x4s and install a gas fireplace therein with no concerns about heat transfer.
Answered by: Kevin E.

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Mike from WA asked:
Can I add cement dye to this product to achieve a certain color?
Can I add cement dye to this product to achieve a certain color?

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Mike from NE asked:
Can I use this to skim coat refractory panels to form a smooth firebox?
Can I use this to skim coat refractory panels to form a smooth firebox?

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