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Jen Ken 18E Kiln

$1,824.95 USD
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Item# 68804
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Special Order Item: This is a non-stock item ordered specially for you. Approximate shipment date is subject to change based on manufacturer availability. There are no cancellations on orders once they are placed and this item is non-returnable.

  • Perfect fit for small studios
  • With no-sag coils in the lid and sides, this kiln will hold up to all your hot glass projects: fusing, slumping, annealing, Pate de Verre and painting.
  • Firing Chamber measures 18" diameter x 11" deep
  • 240 volt
  • 50 amps
  • Covered by an incredible 2 year manufacturer warranty


Product Description

Excellent Mid-Range Kiln!
This awesome personal-sized kiln is also just right for small studios. With no-sag coils in the lid and sides, this kiln will hold up to all your hot glass projects: fusing, slumping, annealing, Pate de Verre and painting.

The durable design and great features will make this kiln a star in your workshop. Large handles to move the kiln, a lid prop and a viewing window are standard features that make this kiln a stand out. The 12-Button Orton Controller features 4 User programs with up to 15 segments each, making it easy to get great results on even the most complex projects.

Firing Chamber measures 18" diameter x 11" deep. 240 volt. 50 amps. All kilns phase 1. Covered by an incredible 2 year manufacturer warranty. PLUS it includes an Accessory Pack so you can start fusing right away! It includes the kiln shelf, stand, posts and shelf wash.

Pick up or truck shipment only - call for a freight quote.

The image shows the view through the convenient viewing window during firing. Use this feature to see your project any time without wasting electricity or risking thermal shock.
 

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

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Pros : works great. Love the kiln and 12 button controller.
Cons : small but good for those with limited space.
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