RAKU GAS KILN 123 LITER 1150°C WITH ELECTRIC LIFTING OF THE BELL

FOURRAKUTREUIL

2 562,00 €

130.00 kg

RAKU OVEN 123 LITERS 1150°C WITH ELECTRIC WINCH

Raku oven of 123 liters 1150°C maximum. Fiber insulation.

With motorized bell (220v) on gallows

 


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RAKU OVEN 123 L 1150°C WITH ELECTRIC WINCH

Raku oven of 123 liters 1150°C maximum. Fiber insulation.

With motorized bell (220v) on gallows

 

Oven delivered complete with:

The kiln with its motorized bell (220V)

temperature indicator type K (1200°C)

Raku R-440 burner kit (including 3 meters hose + pressure regulator)

Connection kit for 2 gas bottles

3 pillars and the bottom plate of the oven.


Production time approx. 6 to 8 weeks

Maximum working temperature 1150°C

Insulation of the bell in fiber 1260°C.

Stainless steel casing, steel table/support with refractory brick insulation 1260°C.

Opening of the bell type with a gallows by means of an electric winch + remote control.

2 sight glasses placed in front of the kiln with refractory plugs allowing to see your pieces during the firing.

Hole for a temperature probe diameter 6 mm.

Gross interior dimensions : Width 570 Depth 570 Height 620 mm
External dimensions : Width 750 Depth 790 Height 2000 mm (with stand and feet)
For the transport, the gallows is removable (Total height without gallows and feet included : 1100 mm)
Total height of the bell alone: 670 mm


Equipped with a propane burner R-440 model Raku of 42 KW with pilot light and flame safety as well as a valve of regulation of the burner power.

Equipped with a digital thermometer kit 1200°C with temperature probe diameter 6 mm Length 250 mm to know the cooking temperature in the oven

1 refractory floor plate diameter 400 mm + 3 pillars H 150 mm

1 Connection set including 1 lyre with Té to connect 2 propane gas bottles.

Weight of the oven : 120 kg

 Oven can be dismantled in several parts for easy transportation:

The table, the bell, the gallows, burner and the electric winch.

 

Note: The use of the Raku gas kiln requires a good knowledge in the conduct of cooking.

There is no specific manual on how to use a gas Raku kiln.

For beginners, training with experienced ceramists is highly recommended.

You can also find interesting indications in books dealing with Raku firing techniques.