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  1. PM sent :)

    PM sent :)
  2. Thanks cava. I wasnt sure if a 1mm steel...

    Thanks cava. I wasnt sure if a 1mm steel enclosure would be enough to prevent heat getting through to treated pine and if 430mm still came into play. That's the whole bit I am getting confused about....
  3. Thanks mate. If I went steel box for the cutout,...

    Thanks mate. If I went steel box for the cutout, any idea on steel thickness? Would 5mm be suitable?

    I am glad I can use treated pine for structure and merbau hardwood laminated panel for benchtop...
  4. Thanks cava...you sound like a man who knows what...

    Thanks cava...you sound like a man who knows what he is talking about. When you say air gap between bbq and surrounding surfaces, I just want to make sure I understand what you are saying.

    If the...
  5. Thanks rwbuild and fuzzie. This is why I am so...

    Thanks rwbuild and fuzzie.

    This is why I am so confused because some people are saying merbau hardwood will be fine...others say definitely not.

    If there is any doubt at all (which at this...
  6. Thanks very much. How does fire rated timber...

    Thanks very much. How does fire rated timber compare to the immense heat a bbq would disperse at close range?

    Regardless to your answer above, it sounds like the Merbau piece would be the best so...
  7. Thank you :)

    Thank you :)
  8. Outdoor Kitchen (Built in BBQ) - combustible materials

    Hi there

    This is my first post in this forum so treat me kindly haha :)

    Basically I am looking to create an outdoor kitchen in the coming weeks with a built in BBQ.

    For the kitchen frame, I...
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