Model - 186GFE - 120 volt, inside dimensions: 17.5" wide x 6 " deep, fires to 1700° F
The 186GFE is as big as a 240 volt kiln but built to run on 120 volts. Now you have the size kiln you need without the extra expense of adding 240 volt when it isn't available.
Glass firing kilns are used for fusing and forming of glass shapes, precious metal clay and heat-treating. 120 volt glass fusing and precious metal clay models are equipped with a lid element for the fusing segment of the glass firing and a body element for the ramping up and down and annealing segments of the firing. A selector switch is on the electrical box to designate either the lid or body element to heat during the firing. Only one of the elements can be used at a time because of the limited power of 120 volts. If the selector switch remains in the neutral position, neither element will heat. Models come equipped with pilot light, 18” tall metal stand, stainless steel jacket, and Bartlett Instruments 3 Key electronic controller. Data is entered by scrolling through the up and down arrows for the desired ramp/hold programming.
Model comes with tall 18" stand, peephole plug, lid wedge, instruction manual, and warranty card. Two-year warranty.
Upgrade to the 12 key digital RTC-1000 controller for more ramp-hold user programs and multiple features including delay start, preheat, skip step and many more for precise firings every time. Messages and Information are available for reviewing a firing profile before or during the firing, and for viewing the current segment the firing is in. Other options include the lid lift assist, which makes it easy to open and close heavy kiln lids, bead door, quartz glass viewing window, Type S thermocouple, vent and much more!
Furniture Kits for 120 volt glass fusing and PMC kilns include 2 layers of shelving for stacking ware, assorted square posts, ceramic paper and a one pound bag of kiln wash. Choose the standard furniture kit or build your own with shelves and posts in the quantities required.
YES, we do ship kilns, you pay the freight that we pay. Freight will be quoted and charged seperately.