[Clayart] digital controller for old kiln

Robert Harris robertgharris at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 03:10:40 UTC 2022

I'm surprised you had problems with kiln sitter reliability. I've found
that if the sitter is set up properly they're extremely accurate (of course
the key here is that it is set up properly (mostly the drop bar being set
up right). Especially if there is a vent which helps even out the
temperature from top to bottom.

On Thu, 31 Mar 2022 at 10:32, Carolyn Curran <cncpots2 at gmail.com> wrote:

> You  know my situation--senior independent  living with some flexibility
> problems with kiln use:  Apparently a technician is coming to "repair" the
> two kilns, one old one with kiln sitter which has never been attached to
> necessary vent.   If they get the oid kiln going so I don't have to rely on
> sporadic firing at only earthenware temperatures in other kiln, I wonder if
> it's possible to retrofit ithe 2nd kiln with new digital controller.  I had
> a test kiln with kiln sitter once, but I didn't care for the sitter and
> bypassed it and just used cones,   I never really thought kiln sitter was
> reliable.  Although I'd have to schlep back and forth to studio to check
> cones,  it would be well worth it to me.  BUT if kiln could have new
> computerized controls, that would be splendid.  Before asking
> suppliers,etc.,  maybe my trusty Clayart people can give me some better
> input than just google comments.  Regards,  Carolyn in kiln limbo again
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