New Corona Kiln

November 30, 2011
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L&L Kilns' latest innovation is the Corona Kiln.

Corona Kiln. Copyrighted by L&L Kiln Mfg., Inc., used with permission.


L&L Kilns' latest innovation, the fiber-lined Corona Kiln, weighs only 35 lbs but is capable of reaching temperatures up to 2012°F. The kiln heats up in just minutes and is designed for firing small ceramic work, precious metals, heat treating and glass work. It can be plugged into any standard 120-volt outlet.

The included Orton Autofire Express control system offers an array of customizable automatic program options, in addition to several precious metal clay (PMC) and art clay (ACS) programs. The control panel can also be removed for easy maintenance. For more information, visit www.hotkilns.com/corona.

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