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High-Temperature Firebricks. Our firebrick line of products provide high temperature service ranging from 2,300 to 3,000 degrees F. They are suitable for backup insulation, or hot-face duty. Typical applications include pizza ovens, boilers, kilns and furnaces. Check each individual product to select the right one for your application. Prices include shipping within the contiguous US. Call for pricing on larger quantities.
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EMPIRE DP (interchangeable with the former Empire C) firebrick is a 43% alumina high-duty dry-pressed fireclay brick.

This brick is is suitable for applications with temperatures up to 2,300 degrees F. It measures
9" x 4.5" x 2.5". Typically laid with SAIRSET mortar. Each order includes 5 bricks. SHIPPING IS FREE (contiguous US only).
Clipper DP is a super duty fireclay brick from HarbisonWalker International that has good strength and is used in areas with moderate temperature requirements.

Suitable for applications with temperatures up to 2,400 degrees F. Typical applications include crematories, boilers, incinerators, multi-hearth and aluminum furnace sub-hearths. This brick is 9" x 4.5" x 2.5". Typically laid with SAIRSET mortar. Price includes 5 bricks. FREE SHIPPING (contiguous US only).
OVENZZ Super-Duty Refractory firebrick is manufactured by HarbisonWalker International.

This firebrick is specially designed for brick ovens and meets the American National Standard/NSF International Standard 51 code for use as a food equipment material and in food applications. Ideal for a hearth in a pizza or bread oven. Meets ASTM C27 code and capable of service temperatures up to 2,500 degrees F. This is a high-temperature firebrick that does not require priming. Bricks measure 9" x 4.5" x 2.5" in size. Call for pricing for larger quantities. Price includes 5 bricks and delivery within the contiguous US. Orders limited to two boxes (5 bricks per box). FREE shipping within the contiguous US.