Paint for external piazza oven ?

johniosaif

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What paint would you use , ?
 

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raggles

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I would of thought any exterior masonry paint would be ok. It's not like a fire place where the heat is there over a longer duration but, I'm probably under thinking it and there will be a better product.
 

johniosaif

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I would of thought any exterior masonry paint would be ok. It's not like a fire place where the heat is there over a longer duration but, I'm probably under thinking it and there will be a better product.
The oven prior to plastering got very hot , whether the insulation reduces this by a big enough percentage I can’t say
 

raggles

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The oven prior to plastering got very hot , whether the insulation reduces this by a big enough percentage I can’t say
I've used stove paint loads of times on renovations for stoves but, never on masonry, tbh I'd be ringing a decorator centre and asking them. There are certainly fire retardant paints out there cos I've seen them used where peep's want to leave beams and boards exposed but, still meet fire regs.
 

Stevieo

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I've used stove paint loads of times on renovations for stoves but, never on masonry, tbh I'd be ringing a decorator centre and asking them. There are certainly fire retardant paints out there cos I've seen them used where peep's want to leave beams and boards exposed but, still meet fire regs.

That - as far as I know - is intumescent paint and it's retardant by swelling up when it's activated by heat.

That be no good at all.

 

raggles

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That - as far as I know - is intumescent paint and it's retardant by swelling up when it's activated by heat.

That be no good at all.


A* good effort,
you could obviously be bothered to spend the time on Google unlike me. ;)
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
A* good effort,
you could obviously be bothered to spend the time on Google unlike me. ;)
I've used it before when a customer wanted a wooden kitchen ceiling

At the time, I didn't know what an intumescent seal was so I never thought any more of it.

Sort of put two and two together long time ago.
 
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Deleted member 32554

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I've always thought for safety if nothing else that there should be a vented shell
 
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I would have built the oven then left an inch gap after insulation and rendered the exterior with a few holes top and bottom, would be a lot safer
 
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