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L&L Kiln Mfg., Inc.: Industrial-Grade Bell Lift Kiln

November 7, 2006
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L&L Kiln Mfg., Inc. recently announced the development of a line of large industrial-grade bell lift kilns designed for industrial ceramics and other applications. The first model is 100 cubic feet (66 x 47 x 54 in. high). Larger and smaller models can be built. The kiln reaches 2350°F (1290°C or cone 10). The kiln is based on L&L's sectional kiln technology with strong shallow arched sides. The elements are supported in L&L's unique hard ceramic element holders, which contribute to a trouble-free and easy-to-maintain kiln. The entire kiln comes apart easily and can be assembled by in-house maintenance personnel. On-site assembly service is also available from the factory.

For more information, call (610) 485-1789 or e-mail

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