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And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

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  • And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

    And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

    Mind you, it was in my gas forge that I just converted to a blower version from naturally aspiring.
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    Re: And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

    How hot do you figure it got?

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      Re: And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

      I just did a google and they recon 1550c..... and the forge looks like it too...

      I now use 1/10 of the gas as before and it gets way hotter, all it took was a low pressure (10 psi) line from my compressor.
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        Re: And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

        Looks like it would be perfect on a graham cracker with a square of chocolate.
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          Re: And yes, you can melt calcium silicate board.

          Only if you added a marshmallow.

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