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Fire bricks under the egg?

grillingunnergrillingunner Posts: 107
edited July 2012 in EGG Table Forum
I was on naked whiz's site and they mention using firebrick under your egg when set in the table. I am building my table this weekend and was wondering if anyone has used these as opposed to pavers. My egg did not come with feet so I want to make sure I put in the best heat barrier I can to protect my table and egg.
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Comments

  • OMG EggsOMG Eggs Posts: 118
    Yeah, a lot of people use them.  They're thicker.  I think they're 2x6x2, so you'd need 10 or 12 of them.
  • Outlaw77Outlaw77 Posts: 71
    A typical fire brick is 4 1/2" x 9" x 2 1/2" or a thin fire brick at 4 1/2" x 9" x 1 1/4". I used 8 total for my table.
  • twlangantwlangan Posts: 297
    I use them as well. It takes 8 to make a pad for a large Egg.

    I would recommend getting some feet to use as well. I started out with my Egg sitting directly on the fire bricks, but I was seeing a lot of heat transfer through the bricks to the table. I put my feet under it and problem solved.
  • GadflyGadfly Posts: 121
    Same here. I use fire bricks + 3 feet that came with the egg.
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