|70 standard 9" x4.5"x2.5" firebrick|
(125 firebrick are needed if laid flat)
|One 50# bag HeatStop II hydraulic (dry) refractory mortar
(Heatstop premixed refractory mortar okay in dry climates for firebox)
|Frisch Air System (right and left wolf head air intake blocks)||20#||$|
|Rumford Throat: One-piece 36"x12.5"x13"||100#|
Small Cast Iron Rumford damper,
K&W #1736 heavy steel Rumford damper
|12"x16" Smoke Chamber|
13"x13" if using Class A chimney
|12"x16"x2' clay flue liners|
(or 12" diameter round flue - use 13"x13" Smoke Chamber)
|Certified Bi-fold Door||70#||$|
|Certified Manual (Instructions, Registration, Warrantee, Label)||-||-|
|"Building a Fire in Your New Fireplace"||-||-|
Additional materials, such as brick, block, concrete and mortar will be needed.
The 36" wide Rumford is the most traditional and efficient size for living or family rooms up to 400 square feet in area. The height and widely flared covings of the Rumford make it look much bigger than other 36" wide fireplaces.
Superior Clay Corporation manufactures many different throats, smoke chambers and clay flue liners for Rumford fireplaces as well as Standard masonry fireplaces. Custom sizes and design help available.
The 36" Certified Rumford, however, is carefully controlled. You can change the color of the firebrick or use either a masonry or metal chimney but the size of the firebox and the components that may affect emissions must be built as specified in the Manual. You must use the components listed above including the Frisch Air System and the Certified Doors provided.
Call or write for more information about herringbone fireboxes, terra cotta mantels and decorative clay chimney pots.
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