Pottery Crafts Aurora P59230 40Ltr From  £1548.24


The Potterycrafts Aurora is ideal for domestic situations and professional studios working on a small scale. This price includes the single programmable controller and kiln furniture set.

 

Key Features


Kiln walls 63.5mm insulation brick plus 19mm backup insulation. 
Stainless steel outer jacket 
Kiln lid 65mm insulation brick. 
Kanthal A1 elements. 
Fitted with 76mm castors for ease of movement. 
Lid vent hole allows venting / cooling of the kiln during the firing process. 
Side vent with chimney that can be ducted to atmosphere if required. 
Captive interlock safety switch. 
Dual contactors provide protection against over fires, when used with Potterycrafts Kiln controllers.

 

P59230 SPECIFICATIONS


Firing Capacity: 40 litres (1.4 cu/ft). 
Maximum Temperature: 1260°C (Cone 8) 
Chamber Cimensions: 400mm wide x 305mm deep
External Dimensions: 560mm wide x 710mm deep x 560mm high
Weight: 46Kg 
Power: 3.0 kW 
Supply Required Single Phase (Amps): 13A
Supply Required 3 Phase (Amps): N/A

Controller included: TC3300-1 (1-program memory each with 2 segments) 
You can upgrade to CERA-2CERA-5 , CERA-10 or CERA-10+ for marginal extra cost.

 

Kiln furniture set (included with kiln):

3 - P5481/1 350x10mm CIRCULAR BATT
6 - P5518 50mm PROP
6 - P5519 100mm PROP
1 - P3380.5 0.5Kg BATT WASH

 

Kilns are made to order, delivery approx 4-6 weeks (confirmed at time of ordering)

 

 



1 - Extra Furniture Set for Aurora P59230
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Pottery Crafts Extra Furniture Set for P59230

This furniture set is for the P59230 kiln.


3 - P5481/1 350x10mm CIRCULAR BATT
6 - P5518 50mm PROP
6 - P5519 100mm PROP
1 - P3380.5 0.5Kg BATT WASH

Pottery Crafts Without Extra Furniture Set

Without Extra Furniture Set

 

Kiln as standard with 1 Furniture Set 

2 - Up-grade to CERA-2 Controller
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Pottery Crafts CERA-2 Controller

Up-grade to CERA-2

 

CERAcontrol is the latest development in a long series of controllers, they incorporate new software giving improved efficiency and ease of programming together with up to date safety and diagnostic features.

 

CERA-2 has 2programs each with delay start, 3 heating/cooling ramps, soak, cut off and program pause.

 

This is a straight forward controller for pottery firing where usually two programs are used, having three ramps allows for a warming or a cooling phase in the program.

 

CONTROLLER TERMINOLOGY

 

Delay start

 

A period of time to elapse before controller starts a firing, for example, in order to make use of off-peak power.

 

Heating/Cooling Ramp

 

The rate of heating up or cooling down, usually expressed in number of degrees per hour, e.g. 150°C per hour. A Kiln firing to 600°C at 150°C per hour would take 4 hours.

 

Set Point/Target temperature

 

The temperature at whichthe controller changes the ramp rate, starts to soak or switches off. For example a program might fire at 100°C per hour to the first set point of 600°C then fire at 250°C per hour to top temperature of1120°C.

 

Soak or Dwell

 

The period of time that the kiln is held at a temperature in order to smooth out glazes or even out temperature in the kiln. Typically 15 to 20 minutes.

 

Segment

 

One part of the program, usually consisting of a ramp, a target temperature and a soak.

 

Event Relay

 

Output from a controller to operate an automatic damper, openingand closing it during the firing.

Pottery Crafts Without CERA-2 Controller
Kiln with Standard TC3300-1 controller
3 - Up-grade to CERA-5 Controller
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Pottery Crafts CERA-5 Controller

Up-grade to CERA-5 Controller 

 

CERAcontrol is the latest development in a long series of controllers, they incorporate new software giving improved efficiency and ease of programming together with up to date safety and diagnostic features.

 

CERA-5+ has 5 programs each with delay start, 5 heating/cooling ramps, soak, cut off and program pause.

 

This controller gives the benefit multiple heating and cooling ramps for pottery firing where usually two programs are used, having five ramps allows for several heating and/or cooling phases in the program.

 

CONTROLLER TERMINOLOGY

 

Delay start

 

A period of timeto elapse before controller starts a firing, for example, in order to make use of off-peak power.

 

 

Heating/Cooling Ramp

 

The rate of heating up or cooling down, usually expressed in number of degrees per hour, e.g. 150°C per hour. A Kiln firing to 600°C at 150°C per hour would take 4 hours.

 

Set Point/Target temperature

 

The temperature at which the controller changes the ramp rate, starts to soak or switches off. For example a program might fire at 100°C per hour to the first set point of 600°C then fire at 250°C per hour to top temperature of 1120°C.

 

Soak or Dwell

 

The periodof time that the kiln is held at a temperature in order to smooth out glazes or even out temperature in the kiln. Typically 15 to 20 minutes. 
Segment One part of the program, usually consisting of a ramp, a target temperature and a soak.

 

Event Relay

 

Output from a controller to operate an automatic damper,opening and closing it during the firing.

Pottery Crafts Without CERA-5 Controller
Without CERA-5 controller, kiln as standard with TC3300-1 controller
4 - Up-grade to CERA-10 Controller
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Pottery Crafts CERA-10 Controller

Up-grade to CERA-10 Controller

 

CERAcontrol is the latest development in a long series of controllers, they incorporate new software giving improved efficiency and ease of programming together with up to date safety and diagnostic features.

 

CERA-10 has 10 programs each with 10 segments. Delay start and program pause. Each segment has a heating/cooling ramp, a target temperature and a soak. This controller is ideal for firings where a range of programs are frequently used.

It can be used for any firing requiring close control over multiple heating and cooling ramps such as macro crystalglazes and for glass slumping and fusing.

 

CONTROLLER TERMINOLOGY

 

Delay start

 

A period of time to elapse before controller starts a firing, for example, inorder to make use of off-peak power.

 

Heating/Cooling Ramp

 

The rate of heating up or cooling down, usually expressed in number of degrees per hour, e.g. 150°C per hour. A Kiln firing to 600°C at 150°Cper hour would take 4 hours.

 

Set Point/Target temperature

 

The temperature at which the controller changes the ramp rate, starts to soak or switches off. For example aprogram might fire at 100°C perhour to the first set point of 600°C then fire at 250°C per hour to top temperature of1120°C.

 

Soakor Dwell

 

The period of time that the kiln is held at a temperaturein order to smooth out glazes oreven out temperature in the kiln. Typically 15 to 20 minutes. 
Segment One partof the program, usually consisting of a ramp, a target temperature and a soak.

 

Event Relay

 

Output from a controller tooperate an automatic damper, opening and closing it during the firing.

Pottery Crafts Without CERA-10 Controller
Without CERA-10 Controller, kiln as standard with TC3300-1 controller
5 - Up-grade to CERA-10+ Controller
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Pottery Crafts CERA-10+ Controller

Further Information

CERAcontrol is the latest development in a long series of controllers, they incorporate new software giving improved efficiency and ease of programming together with up to date safety and diagnostic features.

 

CERA-10 has 10 programs each with 10 segments. Delay start and program pause. Each segment has a heating/cooling ramp, a target temperature and a soak. This controller is ideal for firings where a range of programs are frequently used.

It can be used for any firing requiring close control over multiple heating and cooling ramps such as macro crystalglazes and for glass slumping and fusing.

 

CONTROLLER TERMINOLOGY

 

Delay start

 

A period of time to elapse before controller starts a firing, for example, inorder to make use of off-peak power.

 

Heating/Cooling Ramp

 

The rate of heating up or cooling down, usually expressed in number of degrees per hour, e.g. 150°C per hour. A Kiln firing to 600°C at 150°Cper hour would take 4 hours.

 

Set Point/Target temperature

 

The temperature at which the controller changes the ramp rate, starts to soak or switches off. For example aprogram might fire at 100°C perhour to the first set point of 600°C then fire at 250°C per hour to top temperature of1120°C.

 

Soakor Dwell

 

The period of time that the kiln is held at a temperaturein order to smooth out glazes oreven out temperature in the kiln. Typically 15 to 20 minutes. 
Segment One partof the program, usually consisting of a ramp, a target temperature and a soak.

 

Event Relay

 

Output from a controller tooperate an automatic damper, opening and closing it during the firing.

Pottery Crafts Without CERA-10 + Controller
Without CERA-10 + Controller, kiln as standard with TC3300-1