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bk.hundley

Paint on ceramic insulation for fire box

So, I was at the Q-School this past weekend. Great class if you haven't attended. Ben mentioned a new product they will begin using in the fall that is basically a spray on paint that dries like the ceramic coating on a Green Egg. He said this will be on all the fire boxes of all the new 3rd generation smokers and will also be available to "retro fit" prior models.

Anyone know what product he's talking about?
vandy

I have not heard of this yet but I am very interested if anyone can find out more about it.
cinquemania

Yes... please keep me in the loop... I have an older model and fire box is thinner than today's models....
cinquemania

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Re: Paint on ceramic insulation for fire box

bk.hundley wrote:
So, I was at the Q-School this past weekend. Great class if you haven't attended. Ben mentioned a new product they will begin using in the fall that is basically a spray on paint that dries like the ceramic coating on a Green Egg. He said this will be on all the fire boxes of all the new 3rd generation smokers and will also be available to "retro fit" prior models.

Anyone know what product he's talking about?


I'd be interested in knowing the brand Ben is going to be using. I've tried a number of brands of hi temp paint and have given up -- I re paint when I get tired of looking at the flaked off fire box. There is one product I think would work. It's VHT Flame proof 1300* -2000* Ceramic header Paint but it's tricky to apply. It's easy to apply to car headers -- you just run the engine a couple of times.  Not so easy for a smoker --  application instructions are heat to 250* for 30 minutes, cool for 30 minutes, heat to 400* for 30 minutes, cool for 30 minutes, heat to 650* for 30 minutes.

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