[Clayart] Interest in Digital Pyrometer for my Gas kiln
robert hackert via Clayart
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Wed Feb 18 07:35:05 EST 2015
Omega markets a number of hand held monitors. Is yours of a particular product number?
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> On Feb 17, 2015, at 22:55, Paul Herman via Clayart <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
> I have used an Omega hand held pyrometer for 15 years with our wood kiln, and it has performed just fine. It runs on a 9 volt battery, and will read two different thermocouples at the same time. Since it is just the meter, it can read any type K thermocouple, regardless of the length. It is not set up for the type S, but that’s OK with me.
> It is quite accurate as far as I can tell, but the main thing I want to know is if the temperature is rising or falling. I don’t really care if it’s accurately showing the exact degrees. It reads in either Fahrenheit or Centigrade and registers tenths of a degree.
> Good firings,
> Paul Herman
> Great Basin Pottery
> Doyle California
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>> On Feb 17, 2015, at 9:37 AM, Llewellyn Kouba via Clayart <clayart at lists.clayartworld.com> wrote:
>> Readers: I've had two analog pyrometers forever on my gas kiln and recently got a digital read out
>> for my electric kiln. Does anyone know a good model (needs 12 inch thermocouple) . I see one
>> offered that is battery operated and wonder how people like those for accuracy? Another company
>> offers one that will also keep track of minimum and maximum temps during the fire. Thinking
>> it is time to make the switch here to make my life more simple. I am not thinking of the pricy controller
>> because I'd have to retrofit all that to a gas kiln, would be nice but also spendy for me. thanks for
>> the input , if you have brand name, company etc.
>> Br. Llewellyn Kouba
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