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Old 31-07-2006, 05:00 PM   #1
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Stainless fire surround....

I forget who, but someone on Boatmad can 'do' stuff with stainless steel.

I want a fire surround for the fireplace I am rebuilding. It will be stainless, about 4mm thick about 4 foot by 2'6" with a 3' by 1'8" cutout in the middle. It will need 6 'pegs' to embed it into the wall, and would be brushed stainless finish..
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Old 31-07-2006, 05:09 PM   #2
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I can do that no probs. When you say pegs do you mean like a weld stud?
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Old 31-07-2006, 06:12 PM   #3
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I am not sure what I mean!

I want to drill holes in the wall, fill the holes with a two part compound, and insert the 'frame' of the fire. The two part sets, and the frame is in place.

I will take a picture tonight, and post it, along with the concept.
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No probs, studded bar would work fine with chem fixing like you said. If its strong enough to hold balustrade fixings in it would be just fine for your surround
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Kor for a moment at the start I thought you were going P1 with a CUV
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If its strong enough to hold balustrade fixings in it would be just fine for your surround
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it certainly is,it took my weight whist i hung off the rachet fixing standards!!
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