What is the difference between a firebrick liner and a standard refractory firebrick?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:47 PM

Our Answer:

A firebrick liner and refractory firebrick refer to the same thing in most cases. Both descriptions are usually referring to concrete liner panels that are stamped and dyed to give the appearance of real firebrick. On some units, the liner uses real firebricks and mortar, to give the appearance of a true masonry fireplace. FMI's "mosaic masonry" line of fireplaces is a good example of this. These units tend to be more expensive, but do a superior job of radiating heat and offer a better appearance.

From Section Page: Wood Burning Fireplaces

ID: wood-burning-fireplaces

(0 vote(s))
Not helpful