How Do You Make A Propane Kiln?
A kiln is a versatile piece of equipment in a studio whether you want it for ceramics, glass or metal clay. However, the prices can range for more than $300 for a small table top variety to thousands of dollars for large capacity kilns. In most cases, you’ll be limited to electric as the heating option. Because it heats cleanly and efficiently, propane can be a cost-effective option for a kin. Since most propane kilns are fixed in place, choose a permanent location. For example, choose a location that is well ventilated to avoid accumulation of fumes and smoke. Choose an area that will tolerate high temperatures well with adequate clearance on all sides. You should be able to walk comfortable around all sides and access the door or lid easily. Although the outside of the kiln stays fairly cool, the kiln should be away from all flammable objects. Check on local building codes and permits before you start building. If you can weld, assemble an angle iron frame for the size kiln that you