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I have 50 pound bags of

Mizzou Castable Plus refractory
3,000F castable refractory in new bags.
$40 per bag delivered to the Janesville, WI Badger Knife Show in March.
I have 120 bags to sell so this is your chance to get them at less than going rate.
I'll ship them as well.
Ric

Richard Furrer

Door County Forgeworks

Sturgeon Bay, WI

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It may be best if groups of blacksmiths get together and buy many bags..then I can place them on a pallet and have it delivered via truck. Be a good seller at a hammer-in I would think.

OR

a blacksmith relay where someone coming North brings bags back South.

 

I can get 60 bags on a pallet (3,000 pounds) for $2400 plus freight ($300-600 depending on distance South and East.)....maybe time for a blacksmith group to stock up for its members?

 

I have a trucker locally who goes to Ohio, NY and Texas about once every other month or I can get a price for other locations.

 

Ric

Richard Furrer

Door County Forgeworks

Sturgeon Bay, WI

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Hey Ric, as one of the lucky ones that will be at Fire and Brimstone this year I wonder if enough interest could be sparked to get a shipment there. Quite a few folks drove last year so anyone could throw a bag or two in the car... it may be worth a mention to Kerry!? I'd be good for two bags. I'll also mention it around locally to see if I could back haul some.

Denis

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  • 1 month later...

just asking as the last bag of refractory listed 6 months so i kept it in a seald container and well they ment 6 months the binder is dead any one need 40# of refractory powder?

Brandon Sawisch bladesmith

 

eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked in to jet engines

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  • 2 months later...

I still have bags of this refractory for sale.

Here are photos of two crucible melters using the castable for the center 2" and wool for the extrior. They burned three melts of wootz steel and held heat well. It will take far more abuse than the wool alone.

 

Even made some tasty ingots as Mr. McGregor here illustrates.

 

Ric

 

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Richard Furrer

Door County Forgeworks

Sturgeon Bay, WI

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