Glass Fusing Kilns
GF17 Glass Fusing Kiln
round or octagonshelf
Requires a 20 amp circuit
If you want to ANNEAL your glass, you
mut be able to read the temperature of the kiln! You must
select from one of the 3 temperature reading devices below.
This kiln uses 120 volts at 17 amps. The electricity cost to run this kiln for one hour at half power is approximently 10 cents per hour.
Controls for this kiln
A dial heat control switch (ICS) is included with each kiln. A pyrometer to measure temperature is not necessary for glass fusing but most fusers use one. It can be purchased separately. For convenience, order a digital controller. The Digital controller will do 4 things:
- Heat the kiln slowly at a constant rate of increase.
- Turn off the kiln when it reaches your selected temperature.
- Hold the kiln at a desired temperature for a period of time and then turn off automatically.
- Start heating the kiln at a future time. Example start the kiln at 3 AM so you can watch the final stages of fusing before going to work at 7 AM.
What this kiln is made of
This kiln is made with insulating fire brick wrapped with stainless steel sheetmetal. Metal Stand Included. Weights 100 pounds. All kilns should be kept 12" from any flamable materials.
What else can I use this kiln for?
These kilns can also be used for ceramics, copper enameling, or many different uses. It will heat to 1700 degrees F.