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Buff Colored Fireplace Mortar Compound in a 10.3 Oz. Cartridge

Buff Colored Fireplace Mortar Compound in a 10.3 Oz. Cartridge

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Rutland
Rutland Part Numbers: 63B
Item Number: RUT-63B
UPC: 022624002635

Features

  • Not for exterior use
  • Passes ASTM E136 and E72
  • Withstands temperatures up to 2000 degrees F
  • Buff-colored fireplace mortar in a 10.3 oz. cartridge
  • Silicate product that when fire cured, sets rock hard - as strong as firebrick itself
  • Formulated especially to patch fireplace fireboxes and to bond firebrick to firebrick
  • Convenient cartridge allows for easy repointing of fireplace brick within the firebox
This Fireplace Mortar Compound by Rutland is Buff colored and comes in a 10.3 oz. cartridge. Made with their original fireplace mortar formula, this compound is especially designed to patch fireplace fireboxes and to bond firebrick to firebrick. This mortar is a silicate product that when fire cured, sets rock hard - as strong as the firebrick itself. This compound can withstand temperatures of up to 2000 degrees F, and is intended for internal use only.

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Customer Q&A with Product Specialists

Scott from Linville, NC asked:
Can it be used in a pizza oven?
Can it be used in a pizza oven?
We do not recommend this item for use in a pizza oven. However, you may use the Rutland Stovo Fireplace, Stove, and Furnace Mortar - 1 Quart Tub.
Answered by: Tyler M. - NFI Certified Specialist

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Paul from Sykesville, MD asked:
Can this be used to patch a hairline crack in a fireplace brick panel?
Can this be used to patch a hairline crack in a fireplace brick panel?
This product can indeed be used as a temporary solution to seal the crack. However, in our experience, brick panels are not able to be permanently patched. The constant expansion and contraction of the panels eventually causes the patch material to separate. As such, the panel should be replaced for a permanent fix.
Answered by: Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional

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