New Brazing Hearth

I am working towards starting to build a vertical boiler in copper which
will be brazed. It is about 10" high
One kind member has already shown me his boiler build in a sequence of
photos
I was thinking of building something up using Celcon Thermo blocks with a
base two sides & a back.
What do members think of this, will it be Ok or are ther any other cost
effective alternatives?
Mike?
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Mike D
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I don't think you can braze Celcon -- Regards,
John Stevenson Nottingham, England.
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John Stevenson
I just spat coffee all over my screen before choking on the rest 'cos I couldnt stop laughing.
Peter
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Peter Neill
I just spat coffee all over my screen before choking on the rest 'cos I couldnt stop laughing.
Peter
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Peter Neill
Don't Celcon Thermo blocks have a front and a top too?
Regards, Tony
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Tony Jeffree
I'll try tryping this but I am still giggling........
I use ordinary fire hearth bricks. They come in a couple od sizes 2' x 2' and 1' x 1'. Not bought any recently but they may be cheaper.
Alan
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Alan Marshall
LOL, you are mean...
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Jimmy
I use Thermolite. It works fine, and being light weight isn't a pain to heft around.
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Tim Christian

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