Masonry chimney information...

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Hoytman
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Post by Hoytman » Wed. Jun. 22, 2022 11:46 pm

...and alternatives to clay and block.

This is for people researching into the future.

https://messickstove.com/resources/2018-Brochures ... himTek.pdf

https://www.woodlanddirect.com/isokern-masonry-ch ... 31253.html

https://earthcore.com/dm54/ (Isokern ... Florida)

https://www.schiedel.com/uk/products/pumice-syste ... sokern-dm/ (DM36, DM44, DM 54 ... Isokern also)



Not sure if ceramic liners are available in the U.S. or not.
https://www.schiedel.com/uk/products/ceramic-syst ... ih-liners/


This is interesting. This a video made over across the pond, but it an Isokern product, which can be found in Florida and possibly other states. Just have to search.
https://www.schiedel.com/uk/products/pumice-syste ... ce-liners/

Same product, just different name and more and better installation details.
https://www.specflue.com/download/e0d1-5850-a007- ... 0c3f-d7d6/

Last bit of info from my digging. LOL!
Best I can tell ... page 7 of this link ... https://www.earthcore.com/wp-content/uploads/2021 ... 210728.pdf ... Isokern is a registered trademark of the Earthcore Industries headquartered in Florida and made in the U.S.A. in Virginia ... but dang it took some digging to find that information. Ridiculous! That, or I suck at researching. Ha!

Thank you very much. We are here to help where we can and if we can. LOL!

Clay and block are still cheaper and have stood the test of time.


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