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Loading Ergo-Lift Kiln (Video)

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This video shows easy it is to load an Ergo-Lift kiln.

Should I use the Fast Glaze or Slow Glaze or Fast Bisque or Slow Bisque?

When in doubt it is almost always better to fire slower than faster.

A slower firing allows for more time for water vapor, fumes and gasses to escape from the body of the clay body.

How do you program a controlled cool down in the DynaTrol or One-Touch control?

A customer asks: I would like to program my kiln to heat to Cone 6 then cool normally to 950°F and then hold for one hour at 950°F and then cool naturally.

How to Manually Control When Your Vary Fire Program Stops Firing but Still Maintains a Controlled Cooldown

The ultimate in precision firing is achieved by using the DynaTrol to control the ramping of the kiln (both up and down) but using a witness cone and your eye to control when the firing stops.

GQ1714 Instructions and brochure

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Instructions and brochure for the GQ1714 kiln.
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Instructions for Models #711, #911, #111, #1317, #1717, #70, #90, #100, #130, #150, #170

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Simple instructions for some very old L&L kilns
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Adjusting and Calibrating the DynaTrol for More Accurate Firing

WHY DOES A KILN NEED TO BE CALIBRATED OR ADJUSTED?

  1. Most people will be satisfied with the operation of their kiln right out of the box. 
  2. However for the most precise or ac
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Dyna Kiln Instructions

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These are old instructions for the H1100 (H-1100), H1300 (H-1300), H1500 (H-1500), H8800 (H-8800), H1824 (H-1824) square top loading kilns. They can also be used for the C model kilns with similar numbers. We suggest supplementing these with instructions for the K Model and Jupiter Manual Kilns.
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Why use slow bisque over fast bisque? Is it just a moisture issue?

  1. Slow bisque is the safest to use and ensures a better firing to get out fumes and water vapors.
  2. The more carb
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