Table Top Kilns
for Glassblowing, Fusing, Beadmaking,
Art Clay Silver and PMC
This kiln is 120 volts, 10 amps, 1200 Watts uses common available household electricity. Also available in 240 Volt for your country. Cost to run these kilns for one hour at half power is approximately 5 cents per hour, digital controller is included with this kiln and is made with insulating fiber. This kiln can also be used for ceramics, copper enameling, or many different uses. Maximum temperature is 1700 °F. All kilns should be kept 12" from any flammable materials.
|Overall Height||Outside Dimension||Inside Height||Dimension of kiln floor||Approx. Shipping Weight||Volts/Amps|
|15"||12" x 13"||6"||8" x 8||34 Lbs.|| 120 / 10
Click here to download the manual for the Controller
Click here to down load instructions on how to use this kiln for:
- Glass Fusing and Slumping
- Silver and Gold Clay
- Enameling on Metal
- Ceramic Overglaze
- Lost Wax Burnout
This Kiln is Available 4 WAYS!
|The 5621 Kiln||List||Our LOW Price|
|5621-BD||Kiln with Bead Door||$775||$620
|5621-W||Kiln with Window||$795||$636
|5621-BDW||Kiln with Bead Door and Window||$810||$648
|5621BR||Optional Bead Rack||$24||$24
Important Shipping Information about Kilns
(Shipping Estimates Will Not Be Correct)
The shipping estimate for your order that you are quoted in check out will not reflect the actual
shipping total of the kiln - kilns are drop shipped separately from the manufacturer, so the shipping totals for all orders that include kilns need to be calculated by our customer service representatives.
You will be contacted by one of our customer service representatives once your order has been processed and your shipping total has been figured.
If the manufacturer has the kiln you've ordered in stock it will be shipped fairly soon. However,
please note that shipping may be delayed 2-5 weeks if the manufacturer does not have the kiln
in stock. This is especially true during the holiday season and other busy times of the year.
Optional Bead Rack
No exposed elements! Elements are below the surface of the fiber walls, so no danger of electrical shock from putting in your metal mandrels. Elements are in the back wall and two side walls for a more even heat distribution.
Three Button Digital Controller Comes Installed on this Kiln