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Paragon Blue SC-2 Kiln With Viewing Window And Bead Door

$879.95 USD
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Item# 67427
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  • Door opens 180 degrees
  • Slotted case for air circulation
  • Embedded element heats from the two sides
  • Top vent complete with tapered plug for lost wax casting
  • Includes a 1/4” thick ceramic fiber shelf


Product Description

Ideal for creating fused glass jewelry, firing metal clay and annealing lampworked beads. The Sentry Xpress 3-button digital controller holds up to 4 custom programs, with up to 8 segments each. Click "View User Manual" for illustrated instruction manual.

Firing chamber measures 8" x 5-3/4" x 7-3/4" deep. All kilns phase 1. See specifications for full product details. Ships via FedEx!

Features of the Sentry Xpress 3-key Controller:

  • Design programs with up to 8 segments (steps) in Ramp-Hold mode.
  • Fire to a single temperature at a single speed in the simplified Single Speed mode.
  • Skip a segment in Ramp-Hold during firing without having to stop the kiln to reprogram.
  • Change the target temperature in Ramp-Hold during firing without having to stop the kiln to reprogram.
  • Add Hold Time during firing without having to stop the kiln to reprogram.
  • Control both heating and cooling in Ramp-Hold.
  • Program Review lets you check the program you are about to fire.
  • Program the Temperature Alarm to sound when the kiln reaches a specific temperature. Use this to remind yourself to check on the kiln.
  • Temperature display throughout firing and cooling in your choice of °F or °C
  • Thermocouple Offset adjusts the thermocouple readout.
  • Set the Delay to turn on the kiln later to suit your schedule.
  • Error Messages report mechanical problems such as a disconnected thermocouple, stuck relay or broken element.
  • LED Lights show whether you are in program, review, or firing mode.
  • Fires to a maximum temperature of 2000° F, making it a versatile choice for enameling, fusing, metal clay and more.
Also available in 220/240V version. Click Here for pricing and information.

Product Details

  • Power requirements: 120v std. outlet / 20 amps
  • Temperature controller: Sentry Xpress 3-button controller
  • Firing chamber: 8" x 5-3/4" x 7-3/4" deep
  • Bead door: 6-1/2" wide
  • Glass view port: 1" x 3"
  • Overall size: 13-1/2" x 14" x 15-1/2" high
  • Shipping weight: 36 lb. (16.33 kg.)
  • Manufacturer: Paragon
  • 1 year warranty

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Pros : This was my first kiln, it is easy to fire and setup your own programs. I fired with two shelves and post with no problems. Very economical and inexpensive to run. I love the fiber walls, easy to keep clean and no dust. I am glad this was my first kiln to learn glass work on. I can count on it to give me great results. The size was good for my small space. The outside remains cool and didn't heat up my studio. I have a larger kiln now but still use this one almost as much. I can do smaller loads quickly. I still have the versatility of trying new things without firing up my large kiln.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : I haven't used the bead door but who knows. I prefer to be versatile and open for future projects.
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