Kilns For PMC, glass, metal, any use under 2000F.
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Kiln FireFly 120 Volt with PYROMETER ^10

Introducing the Paragon FireFly Kiln

The kiln has plenty of power to reach 2350 degrees F.

The portable and convenient Paragon FireFly will give you unbridled freedom. It plugs in almost anywhere on a household 120 volt outlet. Take this kiln to seminars or on vacation.
The firing results will thrill you. Create breathtaking glass bracelets and pendants in the 8" square x 4 1/2" high interior. Fire small glass casting molds and even drop molds. But you are not limited to glass. Fire porcelain or stoneware pendants and beads. Test glazes. The kiln has plenty of power to reach 2350 degrees F.
The Paragon FireFly is an excellent choice for beginners. It fires rapidly. Fuse glass in minutes. Yet you can also slow it down with the infinite control switch. The pilot light glows brightly during firing.
Enjoy digital accuracy on a modest budget: Watch the kiln temperature on the hand-held, easy-to-read digital pyrometer, which is included at no extra charge. The pyrometer will help you determine the cooling rate of difficult glazes or know when to begin monitoring glass. It takes the guesswork out of firing.
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PKSC-2 120 Volt

Paragon SC-2 Silver & Glass Kiln

Fires anything under 2000F
The digital SC-2 kiln fires silver clay, decals, china paint, enameling, and glass in minutes up to 2000°F. The SC-2 is popular with seminar teachers because it fires so fast, plugs into a 120 volt outlet.
 The SC-2, for a digital kiln, is surprisingly affordable. It fires automatically at the rate and temperature you enter. A large, brightly lit display prompts for firing rate, temperature and hold time. Use the hold feature to automatically soak any type of  silver-clay to its recommended time. The ceramic fiber firing chamber is wrapped in a steel inner case. The outer steel case remains cool due to the layer of air between it and the inner case. In addition, the case is slotted for air circulation. Electrical components, located in the base, stay cool even at extended hold times. The fast-firing element is embedded in the firing chamber shell. The SC-2 heats from the sides and back. Each SC-2 includes a 1/4” thick ceramic fiber shelf. Each SC-2 includes a 1/4” thick ceramic fiber shelf.
 
Kiln: SC2-1
Maximum Temperature °F: 2000
Firing Chamber Width(inches): 8
Firing Chamber Height(inches): 5.75
Firing Chamber Depth(inches): 7
Firing Chamber Volume(cubic feet): 0.19
Outer Dimensions W.xD.xH.: 13.25W X 14D X 15.5H
Shipping Dimensions W.xD.xH.: 21.5W X 19D X 16.5H
Apprx. Kiln Shipping Weight(pounds): 36
Volts: 120
Amperes: 12
Phase: 1
Watts: 1440
NEMA Cord Attachment Cap: 6-15P
Breaker Size: 15
Wire Size, Copper: 14
UL/CUL Listed: YES
European CE Mark: NO
Kiln Usage Description(opt1): JEWELRY
Kiln Usage Description(opt2): SILVER CLAY
Kiln Usage Description(opt3): GLASS FUSING
Wiring Diagram: WSC2-1.PDF
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PKSC-3 120 Volt

Paragon SC-3 Silver & Glass Kiln

On Internet war SALE

The digital SC-3 kiln fires silver clay, decals, china paint, enameling, and glass in minutes up to 2000°F. The SC-3 is popular with seminar teachers because it fires so fast, plugs into a 120 volt outlet.

The SC-3, for a digital kiln, is surprisingly affordable. It fires automatically at the rate and temperature you enter. A large, brightly lit display prompts for firing rate, temperature and hold time. Use the hold feature to automatically soak any type of clay silver to its recommended time.

The ceramic fiber firing chamber is wrapped in a steel inner case. The outer steel case remains cool due to the layer of air between it and the inner case. In addition, the case is slotted for air circulation. Electrical components, located in the base, stay cool even at extended hold times.

The fast firing element is embedded in the firing chamber shell. The SC-3 heats from the two sides and back. It includes a top vent for lost wax casting.

Each SC-3 includes a 1/4” thick ceramic fiber shelf.

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Glass Kiln FireBox 8 x 8 x4.5 2000F 120V

Skutt The FireBox 8 is available

The FireBox 8 is the perfect small kiln for Glass Fusing, Precious Metal Clay, Ceramics, Enameling, Knife Making...almost anything that you need to get hot. Beginners to Advanced Artist will love this kiln.  The FireBox 8 plugs into any standard 20 Amp household outlet and since it is compact in size you can fire it up almost anywhere. 

  • Fast
    You can always fire slower but if you need to go fast this kiln reaches Glass Fusing temperatures in less than…
  • Accurate
    The easy to read digital pyrometer allows you to know exactly what temperature the kiln is.
  • Safe
    Unlike other kilns of its size, the FireBox 8 has a hinged lid so you do not have to worry about where to put the hot lid when you want to work inside the kiln.  The lid opens over 90 degrees so it is out of your way when loading or working inside the kiln.  The kiln is buckled to the base of the kiln so it can't slip off.
  • Easy To Use
    Using the wooden handle, the lid can be opened with one ungloved hand.  The digital pyrometer allows you to precisely tell if the temperature is going up or down making holding at specific temperatures much easier.
  • Versatile
    The 2000 º F rating makes it capable of firing a wide variety of materials, including Ceramics.  You can load it through the top or unbuckle the body from the floor, assemble your work, and place the kiln back over the shelf and onto the slab.
  • Portable
    There is a handle positioned on the back of the kiln that makes it extremely easy to carry.

Contact your distributor or visit the Skutt website for more information on firing programs and instruction on these various art forms.

Download the Fire Box Operating Manual

Product Features

8” x 8” x 4.25” (L x W x H)

Digital Pyrometer (Comes complete with tabletop/wallmount stand, type K thermocouple, storage case, and battery) Digital pyrometers are much easier to read and more reliable than analog pyrometers which can stick.  With a digital pyrometer it is much easier to balance the kiln to the correct holding temperature because you can see small changes in temperature much easier.

Infinite Switch control - The Infinite Switch is the main temperature control device for your kiln. The switch, located on the front of the control box, is called an "infinite " switch because it has an infinite number of settings between Low and High. As the switch is turned up the kiln heats at a faster rate and will achieve a higher temperature. The markings on the switch are meant to be used as reference points not as specific settings. Therefore it is ok to position the switch anywhere in between these markings. Factors such as the mass of the load, the age of the kiln and fluctuations in voltage will affect the rate at which the kiln fires.

Hinged lid which opens over 90 degrees - The new hinged lid design for this style kiln is safer and more convenient than anything else on the market.  Lids exposed to kiln temperatures remain extremely hot when they are removed.  A hinged lid limits the potential of causing a fire, burning yourself or those working next to you. The lid when in the opened position is safely behind the kiln.  The built in stops keep it an angle that limits the radiant heat exposure to the user and still keeps it a safe distance from the table.  There is no need to make extra space in your work area to place the lid.  Also, the handle only requires one hand to lift so you have the other one free to manipulate the glass.  Since it is made of wood and is positioned far enough from the heat of the kiln it does not require gloves to open.

FireBox 8


FireBox 8 hinges safely out giving you full access to the chamber and the body of the kiln is buckled to the floor so it cannot get bumped off.

Buckled Slab - The buckles hold the kiln body securely to the floor of the kiln so it cannot slip off if bumped.  They can also be unbuckled to allow the artist to lift the chamber off of the floor to arrange their art on the shelf and then place the chamber back on the slab.  This allows the artist to assemble their piece without having to risk it moving when trying to place it in the kiln.

Lifting Handle -The FireBox 8 has a convenient handle attached to the back of the kiln for easy lifting.  The handle is ergonomically placed so when the artist grabs the handle and the bottom of the control box to lift the kiln, it is evenly balanced.  And, since it is buckled to the floor you can move the whole kiln at once without having to move the floor separately.


 

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