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Questions and Answers for Rutland 4.5 in. x 9 in. x 1.25 in. Fire Brick (6 per Box)

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Model #604

Store SKU #1002077409

  • Great for boilers, furnaces, wood-burning stoves and fireplaces
  • Withstands temperatures up to 2700 degrees F
  • Guaranteed to be free from defects for 18 months

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Q:Are these made from alumina silica?
by|Dec 14, 2020
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A:  Yes

by|Feb 15, 2024
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    Q:Coud these bricks be used to protect a capped off gas line under a fire pit?
    by|Nov 8, 2020
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    A:  Sure, once the gas line has been properly sealed and capped-off, these fire bricks will provide a measure of protection.

    by|Nov 9, 2020
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      Q:Can these bricks be used as a base to put a wood stove on? Thanks.
      by|Jul 26, 2020
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      A:  These bricks, while able to handle high temperatures, are fairly fragile and would not hold up well as a base for a wood stove.

      by|Oct 2, 2022
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        A:  Certainly, but that is not what they are made for. Any average brick or paver is fine for a base to place the stove on. These bricks are specially made to go inside the stove on the bottom and sides of the stove interior.

        by|Aug 2, 2020

        A:  I wouldn't do it because those bricks even though they can stand high temperatures may not be strong enough to support a wood stove, they'd crumble pretty easily. Secondly that not what they're really intended for; they're to be used inside a wood stove. Regular bricks or cement blocks the size of the fire brick would work a lot better.

        by|Jul 27, 2020
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          Q:is this item in stock at your store
          by|Jul 15, 2020
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          A:  Unfortunately, no. When I bought mine, it was an online only tiem.

          by|Jul 17, 2020

          A:  No

          by|Jun 25, 2021
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          Q:Can these be used in a kiln
          by|Jun 6, 2020
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          A:  Yes, could be used as a liner for a kiln, firebrick list maximum temperatures.

          by|Jul 20, 2021

            A:  It depends on how hot your kiln gets. My wood stove can get up to 3500F with a good draft. You might want to check on the heat range of those bricks you're wanting to buy. James

            by|Jun 10, 2020
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              Q:How much square feet does a box covers?
              by|May 29, 2020
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              A:  Without grout or mortar, 1.688 sqft.

              by|May 30, 2020

                A:  about 1.7 square foot

                by|May 31, 2020
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                  Q:I need to replace house siding with something that can withstand heat from a grill. Can they be cut in half / thinner so they don’t weigh so much but still be effective from grilling heat.
                  by|May 29, 2020
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                  A:  Yes, used in pizza oven/grille over fireplace.

                  by|Jun 2, 2020

                    A:  Yes, cut easy with stone cutting blade, I installed in an outdoor fireplace hearth, cut 6. Be very careful w high temp adhesive, do not get any on skin.

                    by|Jun 2, 2020

                      A:  If you can cut them. I have cut them in half and that requires a diamond bit saw blade. As far as can they stand the heat, they could do that in their sleep. I have them on the floor of a kiln that reaches nearly 3,000 degrees. The torches are blowing straight down on them. You may also have a weight issue, they are quite heavy.

                      by|May 30, 2020
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                        Q:Use inside the kitchen oven or barbecue to cook pizzas directly on the bricks?
                        by|Feb 28, 2020
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                        A:  I am thinking you can. Great idea actually!

                        by|Feb 29, 2020

                          A:  No, you can't use this to cook pizza.

                          by|Feb 28, 2020
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                            Q:If i build these around my wood stove can i reduce the clearance to the minimum dimensions?
                            by|Feb 9, 2020
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                            Q:Taking out a gas fireplace and putting in a wood burning stove. Would this be a good base?
                            by|Feb 5, 2020
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                            A:  Yes, this can be used as the base of a wood-burning stove.

                            by|Feb 5, 2020

                              A:  Yes. These were great. Fit right in when I replaced the old bricks in my wood burner. I only replaced the sides but should be fine for the bottom. Ernst.

                              by|Feb 5, 2020

                                A:  Yes with high heat adhesive it works perfect in mine. Done over a year ago and still going

                                by|Feb 7, 2020

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