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Re: Kiln purchase advice HS


From: Rick (rlarson_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Nov 13 2003 - 13:13:27 PST

Jeanie, that is what I use( amaco top loader), but a smaller version- (
elementary) I really like it, It does have some loose bricks, but still is
going strong. The computerized pad is the best.

jeanie ritter wrote:

> I am so excited... my district has finally decided to invest in a new kiln
> for our department. We are a High School of approx. 850 students that will
> grow to 1200 within the next few years. The kiln I had been using which is
> now broken was a front loading kiln approx. 50 yrs. old. with a very small
> firing capapcity.
> I would like to know what type and size kilns are being purchased for your
> high school programs. I need to invest in something that can grow with our
> de