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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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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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