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GTS 23-9 23" Floor Kiln With RampMaster With Express Mode

$2,434.95 USD
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Item# 7492RM
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Product Features

  • RampMaster with Express Mode programmable, automatic temperature controller - the perfect tool for firing glass accurately and consistently.
  • Store six individual programs for reuse. Just program your favorite firing schedules, and never worry about it again (each program allows up to eight firing segments).
  • Express Mode makes programming simple - just select your COE, firing style and firing speed.
  • Other features include an alarm (to go off at any set temperature), a delay start, and program review options, so you can double check your schedules before firing.
  • Huge 23-1/2 inch wide firing chamber
  • Pickup or truck shipment only


Product Description

One of Our Most Popular Studio Kiln
Popular in many glass studios, this is a great workhorse kiln that has become the "studio standard". Its size fits the needs of most artists and studio owners: small pieces can be loaded in volume, while relatively large pieces will also fit. An excellent kiln for fusing, slumping, painting, Pate de Verre, and even annealing. Features the built-in RampMaster with Express Mode digital temperature control (see additional images. Evenheat GTS239 (23.5" x 9"); uses a 240 volt outlet / 50 amps. All kilns phase 1. U/L and C-U/L listed.

Please Note: This kiln is a high voltage product and will require a NEMA 6-50 receptacle outlet (see image below). Pickup or truck shipment only - call or email for freight quote.
 

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

Product Details

  • Operates on 240v outlet / 50 amps
  • RampMaster with Express Mode automatic temperature control
  • Inside dimensions: 23.5" diameter x 9" deep
  • Top temperature: 1800°F (982°C)
  • Shipping Weight: 172 lbs

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Pros : I did a lot of shopping, even at local Wholesalers. This is definately the best sized kiln anywhere on the market in this price range. Evenheat makes some of the most durable, long-lasting kilns in America according to my fusing instructor. The kneeling stage was so perfect,without any fluctuations in heat. The Rampmaster II makes firing so much easier I'm able to work next to the kiln and just glance over to see the temperature and what stage it's in. The heat dissipates within a few inches outside the kiln and I can't believe how comfortable the temperature in the room remained. That's important in Florida.
Cons : I did have to hire an electrician since it's my first 240v kiln. I was able to get a certified man after hours to install the breaker and run wiring through my attic. You MUST have a breaker installed! It was a couple hundred dollars because I needed 60 feet of that thick wiring and I have cathedral ceilings that were time consuming to find clearance for the cord. Now it's increased the value of my home much more than that, though. Since I ran 240v to the back screened porch, it could be used for a jacuzzi or pool pump/heater by someone else if I sold my place.
Other Thoughts : The Interior is 23 inches across! I can do wonderful large projects or several small ones together. It has actually cut down on my firing time leaving more time for creating.
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