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We use a cheapo electric smoker, the red steel pill shape type. Deck is the most convenient place to operate the smoker, and is composite material. I have been temporarily using the door off our spare range as a "fire block" so I don't melt the deck, but would like a more permanent solution. Was thinking about insulating fire bricks. Any better ideas?
 

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Look into the use of some AAC blocks ( Autoclave Aerated Concrete they are larger than bricks , light weight & can be cut with a hand saw to thickness. Also know as Hebel Blocks.
In your area with all the big construction you should be able to get a few.
These are new to me but appear suitable with 4 hour fire rating.


http://www.homeowners.hebel-usa.com/
 

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Investigate the utilization of some AAC squares ( Autoclave Circulated air through Solid they are bigger than blocks , light weight and can be sliced with a hand saw to thickness. Likewise know as Hebel Squares.
 
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