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Ceramic fiber


#1

allan: at http://www.seattlepotterysupply.com I found serveral
listings for ceramic fiber. I went to their kiln page and then to
refractories and insulation. I haven’t ordered from them yet,but
intend to, and to try your idea for the copper join. sounds
like it should work fine.


#2

seattlepotterysupply.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=CR

This looks great as it looks like you can buy this stuff and mix
your own, A-Castable Refractory (must check out the different
Temps.)

To mold your own new covers for the Kerr Electro Melt furnace, those
little 30 once melting furnaces that look like a coffee maker, just a
band of thin stainless steel bent into a round (I have a spot welder
which works great with stainless) and fill with this stuff and let
dry. Just use a mask folks not to breathe this stuff when working
with it.

In Canada they go for well over $100.00 each. “It’s just a small
cover.”

Allan Creates
Perfectly Fabulous Fit Arthritic Shanks
P.O. Box 51 Cote St-Luc
Montreal, Quebec
Canada
Tel: 514-488-7553
Fax: 514-489-7299
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