[KwartzLab] source for graphite bricks?
rgissing at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 16:45:45 EDT 2011
graphite ... a real mess to turn ( that is why i always got it done by
someone else) i will look for the company i got my graphite rod from when i
On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 4:40 PM, Kevin Martin <kpmartin at thinkage.ca> wrote:
> I thought their products were concrete bricks, which do not require firing.
> On the other hand, Arriscraft (south of Guelph) makes angelstone, and I
> don't know if that requires firing.
> In any case I expect their kilns would be lined with clay brick, not
> -Kevin Martin
> the Papertrail Handmade Paper & Book Arts
> New Dundee, Ontario
> -----Original Message-----
> From: discuss-bounces at kwartzlab.ca [mailto:discuss-bounces at kwartzlab.ca]
> On Behalf Of Andrew Netherton
> I wonder if Unilock might be a good source... they make bricks down on
> Hwy 97/Cedar Creek Rd. I'm sure they must reline their ovens once in
> a while or replace broken refractory bricks... Just a thought if you
> wanted to try for a freebie source.
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