[Clayart] Silcone carbide/ heat exchangers

jonathan byler jebyler2 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 14:55:10 EDT 2014

That is another place I hadn't thought to look!  thanks.  I don't really want to make the tubes if they are available already commercially at a reasonable price.  But since everything I had seen available so far looked like $$$$$$, I was looking for ways for a regular person with access to regular kilns could possibly produce something serviceable in a studio environment.  A heat exchanger wouldn't need the high compressive and tensile strength of a kiln shelf, it would only need to support its own weight.  lots of good info I can cull through the next few days!

On Mar 26, 2014, at 8:54 AM, Terry Rorison Rorison <trorison at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Marvin Bartel has done extensive work in this area, but I just checked and you posted about his work on the ClayArt forum.  So, you probably know more than I do.  Occasionally I have seen silicon carbide tubes for sale on ebay for a very reasonable price.  If I discover some, I'll let you know.
> All the best,
> Terry Rorison
> trorison at hotmail.com
> 724 553-0553

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