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Retro-Fitting Thermo couples
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Rathburn Apr 1, 2009.

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"My only advice is to try to stay away from any steel you may have in the slab (rebar?). I have one TC 1" from the hearth surface, one TC under the firebrick on the hearth, and will have another under the portland/vermiculite layer (Hole is…"
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Retro-Fitting Thermo couples

Has anyone got any advice about retro fitting thermocouples after an oven has been built? We were going to go with just a laser thermometer for hearth reading but have now decided that we want to know the core temperature at three different depths.We have an A/S style oven. Presumably we can drill from the bottom of the hearth base to the depths that are required.CheersMBSee More
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Link to my other blog..'In Search of the Perfect Loaf'

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