Refractory cement - also known as Castable Refractory or Fireplace Cement, is a high-heat tolerant refractory material that is designed for castable refractory cement pizza ovens, fire pits, and backyard forges. Refractory cement is able to withstand temperatures in excess of 2500°, which is roughly 2x hotter than you will ever get your pizza oven.
Refractory cement is designed for THICK refractory applications like pizza oven construction, building a forge or even making your own fire bricks. This product is NOT firebrick mortar.
• The MINIMUM Order is 9 bags of Castable Refractory
• Price includes Residential Freight and Liftgate Delivery!
• Castable Refractory is NON-REFUNDABLE once the pallet is shipped.
• The Cortile Barile requires 9 bags of Castable Refractory
• The 28" requires 14 bags of Castable Refractory
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- Refractory cement for Cortile Barile Ovens and Mattone Cupola Ovens
- Castable refractory weighs approximately 120 lbs. per cubic ft. and is shipped in a 55 lb. bag.
- Add clean water (3/4 to 1 qt.) for each 10 lb. and mix thoroughly. No other additives are required.
- May be cast or troweled into place.
- Refractory materials meet ASTM C-401 Class B.
- Possesses cold crushing strength of approximately 1500 lbs. per. sq. inch.
- Good for applications well over 2500°F.
- Castable refractory cement should be cast no thinner than 1 1/2 to 2 inches thick.
- The brand of refractory cement we send you will depend on your location / region.
- Refractory cement is Non-Water Soluble in service - Safe for outdoor use!
Refractory Cement Recipe - Unlike High-Temperature MORTAR that you can make with common and locally purchased materials (see our High-Temperature Mortar Recipe)... Refractory cement is NOT something you can make yourself with sand, cement, lime, etc... No matter what you read on Google or watch on YouTube - if you make a refractory cement blend, it will fail. Guaranteed!