If I work up the motivation to re-brick my QF, and add some brick in spots that it does not currently have it, I will need to cut the bricks into.
I need to replace a couple smaller firebrick in my insert. What is the best way to cut the bricks to size.
Everyone around me sells firebrick, but no one that sells it cuts it, and I don't want to spend a lot of money on a tool that I'll probably never use.
Whether you want to work with your hands or a saw, our guide on how to cut fire brick will definitely prove useful next time you try your hand at masonry.
Fire Brick Saws have specialized teeth that help the blade stay sharp as it cuts through porous fire bricks. Order your saw blade at Carbide Processors.
Cutting your own firebrick (or any other square brick or stone) is no big deal - all you need is a hammer and chisel. You could use power tools.
I need to cut a few firebricks in half. They don't need a super smooth finish, as the cut ends will be buried inside my oven, and not at all visible.
Easy guide to cutting lightweight high temperature insulating firebricks at home by VegOilGuy.
Re: Cutting refractory bricks degree cut one pass. Can you make a 45 degree cut on the 9" demision of a fire brick in one pass with the.
The local Furnace supply didnt have any half-thickness firebrick. They said I should just go ahead and cut them down with a.