Growing up in the mountains of southwestern Pa. my friends and I would camp out every night in the summer. I would melt pop bottels in the camp fire with ease, then play with the molten glass. Many times I have worried about melting the glass on my stove when I bank it for the night and stack the coal high close to the glass. Any thoughts on this. On my new used stove the fire box is small and close to the glass, a full load may be a problem, don't know? Anybody ever have a problem? Ray
Edit: If I'm reading this table right its rated at 1000 degrees on the outside for 5000 hours: http://www.us.schott.com/hometech/english/products/robax/facts.html This link is broken, either the page no longer exists or there is some other issue like a typo.