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- Constant loading and unloading, in many case by people who don't own the kilns, can take its toll on the soft firebrick grooves that typical kilns have. That's when you need L&L's hard element holder - they protect the delicate firebrick from loading damage.
- This means cost savings for your business and a kiln that stays operational when you need it most.
- Longer life cycle for kiln saves on replacement costs.
The Best Warranty
- Our School-Master kilns, designed specifically for K-12 schools but also perfect for Contemporary Studios, feature a five-year warranty.
- All other L&L kilns feature a three-year warranty.
- L&L has the best warranty in the kiln business. Our durability and quality control make this possible.
Save money on repairs
- Less frequent repairs because of the durable ceramic element holders.
- L&L kilns are specifically designed to make it easy for almost anyone with no prior training in kiln repair to do the job. When you consider that a typical kiln repair person charges over $50 to $75 an hour that can add up fast.
- Because you can control your repairs you have control over your schedule.
- Fantastic video-based web support and personalized phone support.
Easy to use - with choice
- Our One-Touch™ control used on the School-Master kilns is designed to simplify a studio owner's learning curve while still giving you the creative control you need.
- Or choose the DynaTrol (used on our Easy-Fire, Jupiter, DaVinci and Hercules and Easy-Load front-loading kilns) which features 4 easy ceramic programs, 6 variable programs and zone control for automatic adjustment of the firing.
- L&L Kilns give you more for your money.
- Better warranty, ceramic element holders, stronger stands, more serviceable control panels and much more.
- Most L&L kilns are tested and certified to UL499 by MET (A Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory).
- L&L has been making kilns for 65 years and we have a remarkable safety history.
- L&L sizes, voltages and amperages fit right into what you would expect.