Fire Bricks 230x114x64mm

VITCAS Refractory Fire Clay Bricks are specially made high temperature bricks for use in domestic applications like fireplaces, circulators, stoves, barbecue grills, indoor and outdoor pizza ovens, furnaces and inserts.

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Fire clay bricks rated to 1300°C (2400°F) for use in fireplace, wood-fired ovens, stoves, furnaces, BBQ etc. Dense fire bricks are slow to heat up and cool down, holding the heat in the process.

 Size 230 x 114 x 64mm (9" x 4 1/2" x 2 1/2 "),

weight about 3.5 kilos each firebrick
Alumina content minimum 40%, Thermal Conductivity approx. 0.9 wmk
Compressive load 39 MPa, Density 2200 kg/m3 

Fire Clay Bricks are specially made high temperature bricks for use in domestic and commercial applications like:

  • fireplaces
  • pizza ovens
  • circulators
  • stoves
  • barbecue
  • grills
  • furnaces
  • inserts

For internal applications we recommend using Vitcas Heatproof  Mortar (3 - 5mm joint) and for external applications we recommend using Vitcas Outdoor Oven Cement (5 – 10mm joint) or Vitcas Heatproof Screed (for gap-filling).

If you need help for the amount of product to buy you can use Vitcas Quantity Calculator

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Product GroupFire Bricks
Temperature1300°C /2370°F
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