The kiln any artist chooses must be rated hot enough for the are they plan to fire. If you're planning to heat to Cone 6, experts suggest you purchase a Cone 10 rated kiln. All heating elements, as they age on any model kiln, draw less electricity. This competitively priced AMACO kiln fires to Cone 10 with 240 volts (home use) and fires to Cone 6 with 208 volts (shop or business district). Artists prefer 2350 F for firing quality ceramics and stoneware. Purchase includes reversible slabs for extended life.
AMACO Excel Kilns offers the artist the convenience of a heavy duty, spring loaded hinged for easy loading and a longer life for the kiln.The spacious 23 3/8 inch diameter by 27 inch deep firing chamber offers space for larger loads, while controls can be customized; The model offers numerous control settings. 6 Kanthal A-1 elements, a warranty that lasts two years and a $100 gift of AMACO glazes are included.