“Pics or it didn’t happen.”
Fine. Witness the discarded fruits of several hundred dollars of Scandinavian materials science. This, folks, is what a non-catalytic reburn chamber looks like.
This is not a penguin.
I’ve used refractory cement to rebuild fire brick in wood and coal stove with great results.
I figure it’s easier to either go on an epic road trip to find the correct bricks from some more civilized location or maybe cut down the dirt cheap bricks that appear to fit all models but mine.
Looks to me like there is a fair amount of asbestos in your Non-Catalytic Reburn Chamber.
I was thinking that too. What I initially though of as “felt-like” is surely asbestos; which makes sense in an object that’s subject to constant high temperatures.
And here was I thinking that a Non-Catalytic Reburn Chamber was a scientific description of the interior of my ass after some of our housemate’s patented Redneck Red-hot Chili . . .
Chili is merely a reagent it’s the Tabasco sauce you added that functions as a catalyst.
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