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Paragon F130 Annealing And LampWork Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer. Paragon F200 Annealing And LampWork Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer. Paragon F240 Annealing And LampWork Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Controller.

Paragon F120 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F130 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F240 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Controller For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.

The Paragon F-Series Kilns For Annealing Beads And Glass, Glass Casting, Fusing, Sagging, And Slumping, LampWork, And Heat Treating.

Paragon F kilns are generally used for annealing beads, casting, fusing, moulding, sagging, and slumping glass, lampwork, and heat treating, although they have other applications. They're 650°C or 925°C kilns with digital programmers, in Paragon blue or customised black, blue, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise. Learn about Paragon F kilns on this page.


There are five rectangular front-opening versions: the F120, F130, F200, F240, and F500 in ascending order of internal size, all with firebrick interiors, spring-assisted guillotine doors, bead doors, adjustable bead-mandrel holders, and Sentry Xpress 3-Key programmers.


Paragon's kiln names often include numbers or letters to represent internal dimensions or features. However, for these kilns, the numbers don't relate to any dimensions: so rely on the descriptions here. In the US, the F130 is called the Elite.


What is lampworking? Very briefly, it's the traditional name for glasswork that uses a flame to melt glass rods and tubes. As the glass softens, it's shaped by turning and using tools.

Early lampworkers used an oil-lamp, and blew air into the flame through a pipe. Later, propane, natural gas, or butane torches replaced the lamp, although kilns are now increasingly popular, particularly for annealing.


Prices here are transparent: they're for UK-EU voltage, CE marked, CL CSA approved, and TUV tested kilns, and include comprehensive instructions, UK VAT, and free continuing support from a top-tier international distributor. So you can start work straight away.

For prices, trading terms, and secure on-line shopping, use the shop link below the menu bar near the top-right of any page. The order form is on the shop page, after the price list near the bottom.

Kilns that weigh more than 30kg can't be delivered by a regular parcel-service van: they need a tail-lift lorry with a hydraulic pallet trolley. GB-mainland delivery charges are on the shop page. For other locations, call or mail.

Paragon F120 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F130 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F120 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln. Paragon F130 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln.
Paragon F130 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Controller For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F130 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln. Paragon F200 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln.
Paragon F200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F240 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Controller For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F200 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln. Paragon F240 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln.
Paragon F240 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.
Paragon F240 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln. Paragon F500 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln.
Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.
Paragon F500 Annealing, Beading, And LampWork Kiln. Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.
Orton-Paragon Sentry Controller. Bartlett-Paragon Sentinel SmartTouch Controller.
Paragon Sentry Programmer. Paragon Sentinel Touch-Screen Controller.

If you want to look at specific F kilns and don't need to read any general introductions, compare or review the main features, or consider other kilns, click here to jump down the page. The kilns will be listed in ascending order of internal size.


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A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE PARAGON F KILNS OPTIONAL READING
Paragon F120 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F130 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.

The Paragon F-Series Kilns For Annealing Beads And Glass, Glass Casting, Fusing, Sagging, And Slumping, LampWork, And Heat Treating.

Paragon F kilns are, with one exception, 925°C, front-opening, table-top, firebrick kilns, with ramp-hold Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmers. The exception is the large 650°C F500. Choose Paragon blue or customised berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise. Customised kilns are made to order so can't be returned if the colour isn't as in the photo.


They normally have Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmers which allow you to create, edit, and save your own ramp-hold sequences: up to twenty-five, each one with up to twenty segments.

Alternatively, you can choose an enhanced Sentry 12-key digital programmer which allows you to create, edit, and save your own ramp-hold sequences: up to thirty-five, each one with up to twenty segments. Features include automatic control over hardware options: an electric kiln vent, a gas injection system, and a USB computer interface.

Or, you can choose an advanced touch-screen Sentinel Smart Touch. Features include those of the Sentry 12-key and real time displays of voltage and current, a novice mode with prompts, firing sequences presented graphically, and wifi updates: so a functional upgrade not just a design preference.

When the programmer turns the elements off at, for example, 700°C, residual heat will continue to increase the temperature briefly. A small kiln might overshoot to 715°C before dropping back down. A software modification slows down the heating just before the target temperature, reducing any overshoot and improving the accuracy.


They all have special-limit nickel-chromium K-type thermocouples. These respond quickly to changes in temperature, resist corrosion, and have an error margin of less than 0.4% instead of the typical 0.8%. However, for continual high-temperature high-precision professional use, these can be upgraded to platinum-rhodium S-types.


The US-international kilns don't come with a shelf or posts or kiln wash so, if you don't need a shelf, you won't have to pay for one. However, I've recommended pro kits because a durable heavy cordierite shelf resists thermal fracture, provides a smooth stable work surface, protects the floor of the kiln's interior from glass accidents, and helps to even out any small temperature deviations during annealing, enamelling, firing, fusing, and heat treating as the elements turn on and off.


The F120, F130, F200, F240, and F500 need a strong table or worktop. If you don't have, or can't buy, anything suitable, Paragon makes a tough steel table, 768mm x 768mm x 718mm high with lockable casters and two shelves for your accessories and spare shelves.


For help, or in the unlikely event of a fault, you can mail or call an engineer in the UK. However, checks, adjustments, and repairs are simple, needing little more than a PosiDriv screwdriver: watch the on-line videos using the watch-videos link or read the help pages using use the help link, both below the menu bar near the top of any page. Alternatively, we can service the kiln in our workshop at Cherry Heaven.

APPLICATIONS

OPTIONAL READING

You can use these kilns for lampwork, annealing beads and glass, firing bronze and copper clays, china paints, applying decals, dental work, fusing dichroic glasses, enamelling, fire polishing, glass art, glass casting, fusing, sagging, and slumping, glass clays, glass panels, heat treating, knife making, laboratory testing, lost-wax casting, making jewellery, pâte de verre, sintering silver clays, staining glass, hardening, and tempering blades, cutters, dies, and tools, and many other materials and processes.

You can work with most popular small-scale materials such as Accent Gold, Art Clay metal clays, BullsEye glasses, dichroic glasses, enamels, GlasClay, Image Transfer Solution, Metal Clay Veneer, PMC silver clay, Prometheus bronze clay, ProCopper clay, and SilverEtch.
And an increasingly diverse range of other metal clays, such as Cinter, Clay Mania, Creative, Goldie, Hadar Jacobson, Metal Adventures, Meteor, Noble, and PMC Sterling.

You can make architectural features, beads, bowls, bracelets, brooches, candle holders, chandelier components, decorations, figurines, fingerprint keepsakes, glass-art, glass panels, jewellery, knives, lampshades, miniatures, gun and model parts, necklaces, ornaments, pendants, plates, souvenirs, stained-glass designs, tableware, tiaras, tiles, tools, and vases, as unique hand-crafted pieces or repeatable stock for sale.


They're ideal for your arts centre, college, commercial glassworks, course venue, engineering works, glass studio, school, shared craft units, or technical facility, or university.

IS AN F KILN THE BEST CHOICE? OPTIONAL READING
Paragon F120 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F130 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.

Is A Paragon F Kiln Going To Be The Best Long Term Choice?

The F kilns are hot enough to work with most glass processes, within their size limits. However, if you think that a smaller, larger, or hotter kiln might be more versatile, here are some suggestions:


Bead-annealing kilns generally have a maximum temperature of 650°C, such as the BlueBird Series. However, other kilns have bead doors: the small Caldera-B and SC2B, the medium Xpress-E12B, and the larger Fusion-14B.

Glass kilns generally have a maximum temperature of 925°C. For these, look at the F Series, Fusion:CS Series, GL Series, or Pearl Series. These are not hot enough for ceramics.

Jewellery, silver clay, and enamelling kilns generally have a maximum temperature of 1095°C. For these, look at the small SC Series or the medium Xpress Series. The SC series are not hot enough for ceramics.

Ceramics kilns generally have a maximum temperature of 1290°C. For these, look at the small Caldera Series and FireFly Series, medium Xpress Series, or large Janus Series, PMT Series, and TNF Series. These can also be used for glass work.

Heat-treating kilns generally have a maximum temperature of 1290°C. For these, look at the HT Series and PMT Series. Although they look similar, the HT has a bottom-hinged door and the PMT has a side-hinged door.

Knife-making kilns generally have a maximum temperature of 1290°C. The KM Series are made for depth rather than width. You can choose a guillotine, drop-down, or a side-hinged door.

The W Series have a top vent so are usually used for jewellery moulds and lost-wax burnout. For lost wax casting there are optional metal grids and wax trays. The small SC Series and most of the medium Xpress Series also have top vents.


To learn more about other kilns, use the appropriate links below the menu bar near the top of the page. However, as each series has kilns of different sizes with different options there's only a selection in the table below:


KILN TYPE MAX °C POWER W WEIGHT KG FIRING CHAMBER INTERIOR SIZE MM
F120 front punty door 925 1680 57 firebrick 273 x 279 x 178
F130 Elite front punty door 925 2400 100 firebrick 279 x 279 x 330
F200 two punty doors 925 4800 127 firebrick 635 x 381 x 203
F240 two punty doors 925 4800 157 firebrick 457 x 457 x 330
F500 two punty doors 650 6850 279 firebrick 610 x 457 x 565
Caldera top opening 1290 1800 20 firebrick 203 x 203 x 171
Fusion CS16D lid and body-opening 925 2400 85 firebrick 406 x 406 x 165
GL22ADTSD front opening 1095 11000 158 firebrick 533 x 533 x 337
HT14D front opening 1095 3120 55 firebrick 330 x 343 x 222
Janus-1613 top opening 1290 4800 90 firebrick 419 x 337
KM24 front opening 1290 2600 87 firebrick 140 x 610 x 108
Pearl-22 top opening 925 7200 146 firebrick 559 x 559 x 330
PMT18 front opening 1290 6500 140 firebrick 330 x 457 x 330
E12 front opening 1095 to 1290 2700 38 firebrick 196 x 295 x 219
A NOTE ABOUT FIREBRICK KILNS OPTIONAL READING

The Paragon F Kilns For Annealing, Beads, Casting, Fusing, Moulding, Sagging, And Slumping Glass, Heat Treating, And LampWork.

Fireplace, forge, and furnace bricks are very hard, tough, and solid. Often, they're not cemented together so, if you have a conventional fireplace at home, remove a brick and you'll notice a few hair line cracks and missing corners, chips, and flakes. Some might have cracked in half, but they still function. To retain heat, the bricks are dense and heavy.

A kiln made using these would be very heavy and need a much larger and stronger metal frame and case. They're hard to cut, so making joints and element grooves, and using element pins, is almost impossible. The kiln would be more expensive to make and transport and, once in your studio, would be hard to move: try lifting your night-storage heater. And a 500mm square kiln lid made from 24 bricks would probably collapse.


Kiln bricks look like fine sponge. They're light, fragile, and are made to insulate, not store heat. They heat and cool quickly so that the programmer can control the temperature. They can be cut, drilled, and made with joints and element grooves.

Unlike a fireplace, forge, or furnace, kilns are usually used for ramp-hold firings with multiple segments, so are continually cycling through heating and cooling. As the temperature changes, the bricks expand and contract and soon develop fine cracks. If the interior of a kiln expands by about 3mm per 500mm, then contracts, then expands ... something has to give.

Even assembly stresses or small changes in temperature can cause fine cracks during manufacture, factory testing, shipping, or first use. These are normal and won't affect the functionality. And the kiln won't fall apart because the bricks are held together within a metal frame. Replacing a whole set of bricks is pointless: the new set will probably develop a tiny crack immediately. To quote Paragon: hairline cracks can appear at any time, even in a new kiln.

We had an Xpress E12 in the studio for years. The first hairline crack appeared on day one and we ended up with about six, although it worked perfectly. We do have kiln-repair cement if a piece breaks away but you can't squeeze it into a hairline crack. Brushing it on might be a minimal cosmetic improvement but such a thin layer won't repair the brick.

THE PARAGON F KILNS THE 120, 130 ELITE, 200, 240, AND 500
Paragon F120 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F130 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork.

The Paragon F Kilns For Annealing, Beads, Casting, Fusing, Moulding, Sagging, And Slumping Glass, Heat Treating, And LampWork.

After looking at each kiln in detail, I'll introduce the appropriate accessories, options, and upgrades.

THE PARAGON F120

ANNEALING, BEADS, GLASS ART, LAMPWORK, AND HEAT-TREATING
Paragon F-120 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F-120 Mandrel Base. Paragon Blue Or Customised Berry, Black, Jade, Navy, Pink, Purple, Or Turquoise. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.

The Paragon F-120 For Annealing Beads, Annealing Glass, Glass Casting, Fusing, Sagging, And Slumping, LampWork, And Heat Treating.

The Paragon F120 is a 925°C, square, front-opening, table-top, firebrick kiln, with a ramp-hold Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmer. Choose Paragon blue or customised berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise.


The UK-EU kiln is rated at 230V-240V 1680W, so can use a regular mains socket. To comply with EU safety regulations, it's fitted with a switch that cuts off the power when the kiln is opened: an important safety feature included in the price. However, never get careless: kilns are very hot and connected to the mains.

The external dimensions are 521mm x 584mm x 508mm high. The case has slots for air circulation and an integral stand with four rubber feet. The base and mandrel holder is a separate removable part, shown in the second photo. The vertical-drop door is spring-assisted for easy opening. The shipping weight, including the crate, is about 57kg.

The door includes a 203mm x 50mm, outward-opening, letter-box style, punty-rod door with magnetic catches. The rods can extend outside the kiln through the gap under the door, allowing the door to remain closed. The punty-rod door has 50mm of rigidised ceramic fibre to minimise heat loss.

There's a seven-place mandrel holder, which can be adjusted horizontally, vertically, or removed, using wingnuts, and a firebrick ledge that extends past the punty rod door making a handy working surface.

The firebrick firing chamber measures 273mm x 279mm x 178mm high, and heats from the top, with the elements in dropped recessed grooves in the 76mm thick bricks. The kiln has an electro-mechanical relay and a nickel-chromium K-type thermocouple.

The programmer's electronic display prompts for heating rates, target temperatures, and hold times, making it easy to set up and re-use accurate heating, holding, and cooling sequences.


The options, upgrades, and accessories for this kiln are in the on-line shop:

List. a berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise respray: normally blue
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentinel Touch Screen: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a gas injection flow meter with a controlling solenoid: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. an electric kiln vent: factory fitted
List. an auxiliary power output for automatic vent control: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a USB computer interface: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a precision long-life S-type platinum-rhodium thermocouple upgrade: factory fitted
List. stacking shelf kits and shelf paper
List. ceramic fibre cloth
List. ceramic block
List. HEPA dust mask
List. clear protective glasses
List. glare-resistant glasses
List. heat-resistant gloves

And finally, my opinion:

The F120 is ideal for a glass studio, course venue, or engineering workshop: it's robustly made, fully-programmable, and hot enough to work with many other materials and processes. However, make sure that it's large enough inside and that an F130 wouldn't be better.

THE PARAGON F120: KILN FURNITURE

The Paragon F120 Kiln Furniture.

There's no included kit. However, for annealing beads, annealing glass, fusing dichroics, heat treating, lampworking, or firing metal clays, you might want a shelf kit, not included in the price: one durable 254mm x 254mm x 12mm cordierite shelf and four 12mm shelf posts.

Depending on the material or process, and the sizes of your pieces, stacked shelves will hold more work, free up your time, and reduce the unit firing cost: so you might want more kits. This kiln has room for two.

THE PARAGON F130 ELITE

ANNEALING, BEADS, GLASS ART, LAMPWORK, AND HEAT-TREATING
Paragon F130 Elite Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F130 Elite Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon Blue Or Customised Berry, Black, Jade, Navy, Pink, Purple, Or Turquoise. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.

The Paragon F130 For Annealing Beads, Annealing Glass, Glass Casting, Fusing, Sagging, And Slumping, LampWork, And Heat Treating.

The Paragon F130 Elite is a 925°C, square, front-opening, table-top, firebrick kiln, with a ramp-hold Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmer. Choose Paragon blue or customised berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise.


The UK-EU kiln is rated at 230V-240V 2400W, so can use a regular mains socket. To comply with EU safety regulations, it's fitted with a switch that cuts off the power when the kiln is opened: an important safety feature included in the price. However, never get careless: kilns are very hot and connected to the mains.

The external dimensions are 559mm x 660mm x 730mm high. The case has slots for air circulation and an integral stand with four rubber feet. The vertical-drop door is spring-assisted for easy opening. There's a five-place rod warmer on the top. The shipping weight, including the crate, is about 100kg.

The door includes a 203mm x 100mm, outward-opening, letter-box style, punty-rod door with magnetic catches. The rods can extend outside the kiln through the gap under the door, allowing the door to remain closed. The punty-rod door has 50mm of rigidised ceramic fibre to minimise heat loss.

There's a seven-place mandrel holder, which can be adjusted horizontally vertically, or removed, using wingnuts, and a firebrick ledge that extends past the punty rod door making a handy working surface.

The firing chamber measures 279mm x 279mm x 330mm high, and heats from the back and both sides, with the elements in dropped recessed grooves in the 76mm thick bricks. The kiln has a long-life mercury relay and a nickel-chromium K-type thermocouple.

The F130 can have three element configurations: top, or sides and back, or top, sides, and back. The top, sides, and back version is more popular and more versatile.

The programmer's electronic display prompts for heating rates, target temperatures, and hold times, making it easy to set up and re-use accurate heating, holding, and cooling sequences.


The options, upgrades, and accessories for this kiln are in the on-line shop:

List. a berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise respray: normally blue
List. top elements: normally sides and back
List. top, sides, and back elements: normally sides and back
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentinel Touch Screen: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a gas injection flow meter with a controlling solenoid: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. an electric kiln vent: factory fitted
List. an auxiliary power output for automatic vent control: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a USB computer interface: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a precision long-life S-type platinum-rhodium thermocouple upgrade: factory fitted
List. stacking shelf kits and shelf paper
List. ceramic fibre cloth
List. ceramic block
List. HEPA dust mask
List. clear protective glasses
List. glare-resistant glasses
List. heat-resistant gloves

And finally, my opinion:

This is ideal for a glass studio, course venue, or engineering workshop: it's robustly made, fully-programmable, and hot enough to work with many other materials and processes. Compared to the F120, its 1.86 times higher inside, and has a double-height punty door, a long-life mercury relay, and an angled programmer for easier use. However, make sure that it's wide enough inside and that an F200 or F240 wouldn't be better.

THE PARAGON F130 ELITE: KILN FURNITURE

The Paragon F130 Elite Kiln Furniture.

There's no included kit. However, for annealing beads, annealing glass, fusing dichroics, heat treating, lampworking, or firing metal clays, you might want a shelf kit, not included in the price: one durable 254mm x 254mm x 12mm cordierite shelf and four 12mm shelf posts.

Depending on the material or process, and the sizes of your pieces, stacked shelves will hold more work, free up your time, and reduce the unit firing cost: so you might want more kits. This kiln has room for three.

THE PARAGON F200

ANNEALING, BEADS, GLASS ART, LAMPWORK, AND HEAT-TREATING
Paragon F-200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F-200 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon Blue Or Customised Berry, Black, Jade, Navy, Pink, Purple, Or Turquoise. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.

The Paragon F200 For Annealing Beads, Annealing Glass, Glass Casting, Fusing, Sagging, And Slumping, LampWork, And Heat Treating.

The Paragon F200 is a 925°C, rectangular, front-opening, table-top, firebrick kiln, with a ramp-hold Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmer. Choose Paragon blue or customised berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise.


The UK-EU kiln is rated at 230V-240V 4800W, so it needs a 20A minimum wired-in power supply. To comply with EU safety regulations, it's fitted with a switch that cuts off the power when the kiln is opened: an important safety feature included in the price. However, never get careless: kilns are very hot and connected to the mains.

The external dimensions are 914mm x 711mm x 610mm high. The case has slots for air circulation and an integral stand with four rubber feet. The vertical-drop door is spring-assisted for easy opening. The shipping weight, including the crate, is about 127kg.

The door includes two 267mm x 50mm, outward-opening, letter-box style, punty-rod doors with magnetic catches. The rods can extend outside the kiln through the gap under the doors, allowing the doors to remain closed. The punty-rod door has 50mm of rigidised ceramic fibre to minimise heat loss.

There's a nineteen-place mandrel holder, and a firebrick ledge that extends past the punty rod door making a handy working surface.

The firing chamber measures 635mm x 381mm x 203mm high, and heats from the top, with the elements in dropped recessed grooves in the 76mm thick bricks. The kiln has two electro-mechanical relays and a nickel-chromium K-type thermocouple.

The programmer's electronic display prompts for heating rates, target temperatures, and hold times, making it easy to set up and re-use accurate heating, holding, and cooling sequences.


The options, upgrades, and accessories for this kiln are in the on-line shop:

List. a berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise respray: normally blue
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentinel Touch Screen: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a gas injection flow meter with a controlling solenoid: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. an electric kiln vent: factory fitted
List. an auxiliary power output for automatic vent control: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a USB computer interface: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a precision long-life S-type platinum-rhodium thermocouple upgrade: factory fitted
List. stacking shelf kits and shelf paper
List. ceramic fibre cloth
List. ceramic block
List. HEPA dust mask
List. clear protective glasses
List. glare-resistant glasses
List. heat-resistant gloves

And finally, my opinion:

This is a robust professional kiln, so ideal for a commercial glass studio or an engineering workshop. And it's hot enough for many other materials and processes. However, make sure that it's large enough inside and that an F240 wouldn't be better.

Because the kiln is a front opener it's very difficult to use if it's on the floor, so it needs a stand: a strong stand. A DIY table with screw-on legs will almost certainly lean over if it's moved, then collapse, so Paragon makes several sizes of metal table, with casters so you can move this heavy kiln without the help of several people.

There are two very strong metal stands, each with four optional lockable casters. One is 813mm x 813mm x 457mm high with a mid-shelf and the other is 813mm x 813mm x 787mm with two mid-shelves. They ship unassembled.

THE PARAGON F200: KILN FURNITURE

The Paragon F200 Kiln Furniture.

There's no included kit. However, for annealing beads, annealing glass, fusing dichroics, heat treating, lampworking, or firing metal clays, you might want a shelf kit, not included in the price: one durable 559mm x 279mm x 25mm cordierite shelf and four 12mm shelf posts.

Depending on the material or process, and the sizes of your pieces, stacked shelves will hold more work, free up your time, and reduce the unit firing cost: so you might want more kits. This kiln has room for two.

THE PARAGON F240

ANNEALING, BEADS, GLASS ART, LAMPWORK, AND HEAT-TREATING
Paragon F240 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F240 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F240 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.

The Paragon F240 For Annealing Beads, Annealing Glass, Glass Casting, Fusing, Sagging, And Slumping, LampWork, And Heat Treating.

The Paragon F240 is a 925°C, square, front-opening, table-top, firebrick kiln, with a ramp-hold Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmer. Choose Paragon black or customised berry, blue, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise.


The UK-EU kiln is rated at 230V-240V 4800W, so it needs a 20A minimum wired-in power supply. To comply with EU safety regulations, it's fitted with a switch that cuts off the power when the kiln is opened: an important safety feature included in the price. However, never get careless: kilns are very hot and connected to the mains.

The external dimensions are 737mm x 876mm x 737mm high. The case has slots for air circulation, four lifting handles, and an integral stand with four rubber feet. The vertical-drop door is spring-assisted for easy opening. The shipping weight, including the crate, is about 126kg.

The door includes two 191mm x 100mm, outward-opening, letter-box style, punty-rod doors with magnetic catches. Two flexible gaskets under each door help to retain the heat. The rods can extend outside the kiln through the gap under the doors, allowing the doors to remain closed. The punty-rod door has 50mm of rigidised ceramic fibre to minimise heat loss.

There's a fourteen-place mandrel holder, which can be adjusted horizontally and vertically, or removed, using wingnuts, and a firebrick ledge that extends past the punty rod door making a handy working surface.

The firing chamber measures 457mm x 457mm x 330mm high, and heats from the back and the sides, with the elements in dropped recessed grooves in the 76mm thick bricks. The kiln has a long-life mercury relay and a nickel-chromium K-type thermocouple.

The F240 can have three element configurations: top, or sides and back, or top, sides, and back. The top, sides, and back version is more popular and more versatile.

The programmer's electronic display prompts for heating rates, target temperatures, and hold times, making it easy to set up and re-use accurate heating, holding, and cooling sequences.


The options, upgrades, and accessories for this kiln are in the on-line shop:

List. a berry, blue, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise respray: normally black
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentinel Touch Screen: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a steel table
List. a gas injection flow meter with a controlling solenoid: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. an electric kiln vent: factory fitted
List. an auxiliary power output for automatic vent control: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a USB computer interface: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. stacking shelf kits and shelf paper
List. ceramic fibre cloth
List. ceramic block
List. HEPA dust mask
List. clear protective glasses
List. glare-resistant glasses
List. heat-resistant gloves

And finally, my opinion:

This is a robust professional kiln, so ideal for a commercial glass studio or an engineering workshop. And, at 925°C, it's hot enough for other materials and processes.

Because the kiln is a front opener it's very difficult to use if it's on the floor, so it needs a stand: a strong stand. A DIY table with screw-on legs will almost certainly lean over if it's moved, then collapse, so Paragon makes several sizes of metal table, with casters so you can move this heavy kiln without the help of several people.

There are two very strong metal stands, each with four optional lockable casters. One is 813mm x 813mm x 457mm high with a mid-shelf and the other is 813mm x 813mm x 787mm with two mid-shelves. They ship unassembled.

THE PARAGON F240: KILN FURNITURE

The Paragon F240 Kiln Furniture.

There's no included kit. However, for annealing beads, annealing glass, fusing dichroics, heat treating, lampworking, or firing metal clays, you might want a shelf kit, not included in the price: one durable 432mm x 432mm x 15mm cordierite shelf and four 12mm shelf posts.

Depending on the material or process, and the sizes of your pieces, stacked shelves will hold more work, free up your time, and reduce the unit firing cost: so you might want more kits. This kiln has room for three.

THE PARAGON F500

ANNEALING, BEADS, GLASS ART, AND LAMPWORK
Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Paragon F500 Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer For Annealing, Beads, Glass, And LampWork. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress Programmer.

The Paragon F500 For Annealing Beads, Annealing Glass, And Lampworking.

The Paragon F500 is a 650°C, rectangular, front-opening, table-top, firebrick kiln, with a ramp-hold Sentry Xpress 3-key digital programmer. Choose Paragon black or customised berry, blue, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise.


The UK-EU kiln is rated at 230V-240V 6850W, so it needs a 29A minimum wired-in power supply. To comply with EU safety regulations, it's fitted with a switch that cuts off the power when the kiln is opened: an important safety feature included in the price. However, never get careless: kilns are very hot and connected to the mains.

The external dimensions are 889mm x 737mm x 965mm high. The case has slots for air circulation, four lifting handles, and an integral stand with four rubber feet. The vertical-drop door is counter-balanced for easy opening. The shipping weight, including the crate, is about 279kg.

The door includes two 267mm x 100mm, outward-opening, letter-box style, punty-rod doors with magnetic catches. Two flexible gaskets under each door help to retain the heat. The rods can extend outside the kiln through the gap under the doors, allowing the doors to remain closed. The punty-rod doors have 50mm of rigidised ceramic fibre to minimise heat loss.

There's a nineteen-place mandrel holder, which can be adjusted horizontally and vertically, or removed, using wingnuts, and a firebrick ledge that extends past the punty rod door making a handy working surface.

The firing chamber measures 610mm x 457mm x 565mm high, and heats from the back and the sides, with the elements in dropped recessed grooves in the 76mm thick bricks. The kiln has a long-life mercury relay and a nickel-chromium K-type thermocouple.

The programmer's electronic display prompts for heating rates, target temperatures, and hold times, making it easy to set up and re-use accurate heating, holding, and cooling sequences.


The options, upgrades, and accessories for this kiln are in the on-line shop:

List. a berry, blue, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise respray: normally black
List. a programmer upgrade: Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key: more useful features: factory fitted
List. a steel table
List. a gas injection flow meter with a controlling solenoid: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a gas injection flow meter with a controlling solenoid: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. an electric kiln vent: factory fitted
List. an auxiliary power output for automatic vent control: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. a USB computer interface: needs 12-key or touch: factory fitted
List. stacking shelf kits and shelf paper
List. ceramic fibre cloth
List. ceramic block
List. HEPA dust mask
List. clear protective glasses
List. glare-resistant glasses
List. heat-resistant gloves

And finally, my opinion:

This is a big, robust, professional kiln, so ideal for a busy commercial bead or glass studio. Just remember it's a 650°C kiln, whereas the F120, F130, F200, and F240 are all 925°C kilns.

Because the kiln is a front opener it's very difficult to use if it's on the floor, so it needs a stand: a strong stand. A DIY table with screw-on legs will almost certainly lean over if it's moved, then collapse, so Paragon makes several sizes of metal table, with casters so you can move this heavy kiln without the help of several people.

There are two very strong metal stands, each with four optional lockable casters. One is 813mm x 813mm x 457mm high with a mid-shelf and the other is 813mm x 813mm x 787mm with two mid-shelves. They ship unassembled.

THE PARAGON F500: KILN FURNITURE

The Paragon F500 Kiln Furniture.

There's no included kit. However, for annealing beads, annealing glass, and lampworking, you might want a shelf kit, not included in the price: one durable 559mm x 406mm x 25mm cordierite shelf and four 12mm shelf posts.

Depending on the material or process, and the sizes of your pieces, stacked shelves will hold more work, free up your time, and reduce the unit firing cost: so you might want more kits. This kiln has room for three.

RECOMMENDED READING
General Help and FAQs For Kilns. Paragon Kiln Shelf Kit. Paragon Relay. Paragon Transformer.

Kilns, Digital Programmers, Kiln Furniture, Options, Upgrades, Firing, Kiln Logs, Accessories, Materials, Parts, Processes, Repairs, And Tools.

The remaining sections are about digital programmers, shelf kits, options, upgrades, firing, kiln logs, accessories, materials, parts, processes, repairs, and tools. Unless you're already successfully using a kiln, they're recommended reading.


Cherry Heaven has been a Paragon distributor since 2002, and commended every year for outstanding performance. Paragon kilns are good value: buy Paragons and you could save enough to treat yourself to a luxury five-star weekend break.

Anyone can buy a kiln to resell and call themselves a specialist, but a top-tier distributor understands all the kilns, options, and upgrades, will stock spares, offers free competent technical support, can help you repair your kiln, provides on-line repair videos, has a repair workshop, and can access Paragon's extensive knowledge-base.

If you need help, you can mail an experienced technician or call . Alternatively, to learn more about how your kiln works, use the help link below the menu bar near the top of the page.

THE PARAGON SENTRY XPRESS 3-KEY VERSION 4.0 AND VERSION 5.0 DIGITAL PROGRAMMERs
Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress 4.0 Programmer. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress 4.0 Programmer PCB. Orton-Paragon Sentry 2.0 Programmer. Bartlett-Paragon Touch-Screen Sentinel SmartTouch Controller.

The Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress 3-Key 4.0 and Sentry Xpress 3-Key 5.0 Digital Controllers.

Before February 2019, Paragon used three programmers: a Sentry Xpress 3-key 4.0 or a Sentry 12-key 2.0 developed by the Orton Ceramic Foundation and Paragon, or a touch-screen Sentinel SmartTouch programmer developed by Bartlett and Paragon.

In February 2019, two were modified, leading to the Sentry Xpress 3-key 5.0 and the Sentry 12-key 3.0. The modifications had little effect on the basic functionality so the 5.0 can be a direct replacement for the 4.0, and the 3.0 for the 2.0.

All three are made as ramp-hold, or cone-fire ramp-hold. Your kiln will have the appropriate programmer although, if it has a Sentry Xpress 5.0 ramp-hold, you can upgrade it to cone-fire ramp-hold. If the kiln's front panel is large enough, you can upgrade from a Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key or a Sentinel SmartTouch.

Generally, programmers for annealing beads, enamelling, glass fusing, jewellery, knife-making, lampwork, and metal clays have one firing mode: ramp-hold. And programmers for ceramics, earthenware, porcelain, and stoneware have two firing modes: cone-fire and ramp-hold.


Unlike calculators, programmers aren't made 10 million at a time. Although they look like simple circuit boards, they include sophisticated feature-rich embedded software that has taken years to develop and refine.


The Paragon Sentry Xpress 3-key 5.0 programmer allows you to set up to twenty five ramp-hold firing sequences, each one with up to twenty heating, holding, or cooling segments. You can choose the heating and cooling rates, target temperatures, and hold times, save the sequences, and re-use or over-write them.

It's easy to use: far easier than a central heating programmer. Here's a Cherry Heaven TV programme about setting a simple ramp-hold sequence on a 4.0 programmer. The ramp is the part where the temperature increases until it reaches the target temperature: the hold is the part where the temperature stays the same. UK-EU programmers will be in degrees Celsius.


Cherry Heaven TV provides on-line programmes on the Cherry Heaven TV Player. To use the player, click the controls or drag the time-line slider or volume slider to a new position.


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The programmer runs a sequence that you have set, or one that's in its memory from a previous firing. A sequence usually has a mix of ramp and hold segments, for example: it could heat to 800°C at full speed then hold for 30 minutes. When the sequence ends, the programmer beeps, and the kiln cools in it's own time.

A ramp segment of a sequence can control the rate of heating or cooling, for example: the kiln could heat up at 200°C per hour from 200°C to 800°C, which would take three hours. Or, the kiln could cool down at 100°C per hour from 600°C to 200°C, which would take four hours.

The heating rate cannot exceed the rate at which the kiln would heat up if it was full on. The cooling rate cannot exceed the rate at which the kiln would cool if it was turned off. At full speed the elements are on all the time. During set ramps and holds they turn on and off repeatedly to maintain the heating rate, hold temperature, or cooling rate.

THE PARAGON SENTRY 12-KEY 2.0 AND SENTRY 12-KEY 3.0 DIGITAL PROGRAMMERS
Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress 4.0 Programmer. Orton-Paragon Sentry Xpress 4.0 Programmer PCB. Orton-Paragon Sentry 2.0 Programmer. Bartlett-Paragon Touch-Screen Sentinel SmartTouch Controller.

The Orton-Paragon Sentry 12-Key 2.0 And Sentry 12-key 3.0 Digital Controllers.

Before February 2019, Paragon used three programmers: a Sentry Xpress 3-key 4.0 or a Sentry 12-key 2.0 developed by the Orton Ceramic Foundation and Paragon, or a touch-screen Sentinel SmartTouch programmer developed by Bartlett and Paragon.

In February 2019, two were modified, leading to the Sentry Xpress 3-key 5.0 and the Sentry 12-key 3.0. The modifications had little effect on the basic functionality so the 5.0 can be a direct replacement for the 4.0, and the 3.0 for the 2.0.

All three are made as ramp-hold, or cone-fire ramp-hold. Your kiln will have the appropriate programmer although, if it has a Sentry Xpress 5.0 ramp-hold, you can upgrade it to cone-fire ramp-hold. If the kiln's front panel is large enough, you can upgrade from a Sentry Xpress 3-key to a Sentry 12-key or a Sentinel SmartTouch.

Generally, programmers for annealing beads, enamelling, glass fusing, jewellery, knife-making, lampwork, and metal clays have one firing mode: ramp-hold. And programmers for ceramics, earthenware, porcelain, and stoneware have two firing modes: cone-fire and ramp-hold.


Unlike calculators, programmers aren't made 10 million at a time. Although they look like simple circuit boards, they include sophisticated feature-rich embedded software that has taken years to develop and refine.


The Paragon Sentry 12-Key 3.0 12-key digital programmer allows you to set up to thirty five ramp-hold firing sequences, each one with up to twenty heating, holding, or cooling segments. You can choose the heating and cooling rates, target temperatures, and hold times, save the sequences, and re-use them. It also offers advanced and time-saving features, including optional automatic control over an electric kiln vent, a gas injection system, and a USB computer interface.

It's easy to use: far easier than a central heating programmer. Here's a Cherry Heaven TV programme about setting a simple ramp-hold sequence. The ramp is the part where the temperature increases until it reaches the target temperature: the hold is the part where the temperature stays the same. UK-EU programmers will be in degrees Celsius.


Cherry Heaven TV provides on-line programmes on the Cherry Heaven TV Player. To use the player, click the controls or drag the time-line slider or volume slider to a new position.


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The programmer runs a sequence that you have set, or one that's in its memory from a previous firing. A sequence usually has a mix of ramp and hold segments, for example: it could heat to 800°C at full speed then hold for 30 minutes. When the sequence ends, the programmer beeps, and the kiln cools in it's own time.

A ramp segment of a sequence can control the rate of heating or cooling, for example: the kiln could heat up at 200°C per hour from 200°C to 800°C, which would take three hours. Or, the kiln could cool down at 100°C per hour from 600°C to 200°C, which would take four hours.

The heating rate cannot exceed the rate at which the kiln would heat up if it was full on. The cooling rate cannot exceed the rate at which the kiln would cool if it was turned off. At full speed the elements are on all the time. During set ramps and holds they turn on and off repeatedly to maintain the heating rate, hold temperature, or cooling rate.

THE PARAGON SENTINEL SMART-TOUCH DIGITAL PROGRAMMER
Bartlett-Paragon Touch-Screen Sentinel SmartTouch Programmer.

The Bartlett-Paragon Sentinel Touch-Screen SmartTouch Digital Controller.

The Paragon Sentinel SmartTouch touch screen digital programmer allows you to set up firing sequences, each one with up to thirty two heating, holding, or cooling segments. You can choose the heating and cooling rates, target temperatures, and hold times, save the sequences, and re-use them. It also offers advanced and time-saving features, including optional automatic control over an electric kiln vent, a gas injection system, and a USB computer interface.

It's easy to use: far easier than a central heating programmer. Here's a Cherry Heaven TV programme about using it. The ramp is the part where the temperature increases until it reaches the target temperature: the hold is the part where the temperature stays the same. UK-EU programmers will be in degrees Celsius.


Cherry Heaven TV provides on-line radio and television programmes on the Cherry Heaven TV Player. To use the player, click the controls or drag the time-line slider or volume slider to a new position.


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KILN FURNITURE: A GENERAL INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT
Paragon Kiln Shelf Kit. Paragon Rectangular Kiln Shelves. Paragon Round Kiln Shelves. Paragon Mixed Kiln Shelves.

Kiln Furniture: Rectangular, Round, Hexagonal, and Octagonal Shelves, And Posts.

Most kilns have a recommended furniture kit. Delivery companies have a low rate for parcels less than 30kg so, for smaller kilns weighing less than 30Kg, the kit is generally one shelf and four posts: included in the price because it fits in the box and doesn't add much to the overall weight.

You get a professional, durable, cordierite shelf with four 12mm high posts. You don't get a soft, ceramic-fibre shelf, often described as free, that will gradually break up and need replacing.

Shelf kits for rectangular or square kilns usually include four 25mm x 25mm x 12mm shelf posts, When flat, they're 12mm high: on their sides, they're 25mm. Other sizes, up to 150mm high, are available, so you can choose the shelf spacing that suits your kiln and your work. Shelves for cylindrical kilns usually have three posts.

The recommended kit is usually the simplest that works: not an expensive collection that I've put together for you. However, extra shelf kits allow you to stack your work, optimising your use of the firing chamber volume, the unit-cost of firing, and your time. And extra half-shelves or smaller shelves allow you to fire a mix of shorter and taller pieces.


For larger kilns weighing more than 30Kg, shelf kits are not included in the price because you'll probably want to choose your own mix of shelves, half-shelves, smaller shelves, and assorted-height posts.


One shelf should stay on the floor of the firing chamber all the time in case you accidentally spill or melt anything: solidified glass or metal is impossible to pick off without damaging the ceramic-fibre or firebrick.

Shelves are not meant to be an exact fit in the kiln. You need finger space all round and they mustn't scrape the kiln walls every time they're put in or taken out. Be careful lifting heavy shelves out of a top-opening kiln: if you drop them they will damage the firebricks.

Although they look tough, most ceramics break if they're dropped on a hard floor, so it's a good idea to have spare shelves, especially if your business depends on your kiln or you're running courses.


During firing sequences with heating, holding, and cooling segments, the elements turn on and off repeatedly. In a small kiln, with little residual heat, the inevitable temperature changes can make glass crack as it expands and contracts. A thick heavy shelf stores heat and, because it's resting on posts, the air circulates, helping to even out the normal temperature fluctuations.


If you're buying your first kiln, you're probably interested in one material, such as silver clay, or one process, such as enamelling. However, after a few successes, and failures, most people want to try different materials, make larger pieces, experiment with combinations, fire more at a time, and soon become interested in something else: or everything else. Some start a business or run classes.

You might want a full shelf, two half-shelves, several mixed shelves, a set of shelf posts, a bead-mandrel holder, glass separator, hot gloves, kiln wash, a knife-making rack, pyrometric cones, a tile holder, or other accessories.

Shelves are heavy, so kits ordered separately need a box and protective packing and attract an extra delivery charge. Outside the UK mainland, this might be expensive. So, if you think you'll need them, order them with your kiln, along with any other accessories, materials, parts, or tools.


For dichroics, enamelling, and glass fusing, put kiln paper on the shelf to stop the glass sticking: it's simpler and cleaner to use than glass separator. Bullseye Thinfire shelf paper, probably the most popular, ensures easy separation between your glass and the kiln shelf. One side feels slightly smoother than the other: that's the glass side.

Generally, glasswork needs radiant heat and will fuse, sag, or slump better on one shelf than between closely stacked shelves, although experienced glass artists often use several shelves successfully.

Delicate pieces can be fired on a puffed-up ceramic-fibre cloth: on a shelf. Round pieces, that could roll to one side, can be fired on a hollowed-out ceramic-fibre block. However, if the kin has elements in the bottom as with the Mini-Kiln and Prometheus Pro-7, a cloth or block will act as insulator and the kiln might overheat.

Particulates represent a health risk if they're breathed in, so wear a HEPA mask when cleaning out your kiln, mixing kiln wash, and working with ceramic-fibre blocks, ceramic cloths, and papers. And, ideally, use protective glasses.

If you want to touch anything hot, or move your kiln before it's cooled off, it's important to wear heat-resistant gloves. And, if you want to look into a red-hot kiln, even briefly, wear glare-resistant glasses to protect your eyes from IR and UV.


If your day-to-day work depends on your kiln and down-time will be disruptive or expensive, it's a good idea to have spares: extra shelves, a selection of posts, elements, a relay, and a thermocouple.

You can learn about ceramic blocks and cloths, charcoal, dust masks, glare-resistant glasses, glass separator, heat-resistant gloves, kiln vents, kiln wash, programmers, protective glasses, USB interfaces, shelf paper, tools, and other accessories, using the accessories link below the menu bar near the top of the front page. And they're all in the on-line shop.


Shelves are checked before despatch and are wrapped protectively. But they're not guaranteed and we cannot be responsible for any later damage.

OPTIONS AND UPGRADES: A GENERAL INTRODUCTION
Paragon Xpress E9A Jewellery Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer: Purple. Paragon Bead Door. Paragon Door Window. Paragon Solid State Relay.

Options And Upgrades.

It's important to learn about options and upgrades now as some have to be factory-fitted. The photo shows a Paragon Xpress E9A customised for a PMC silver clay studio: purple, with the maximum temperature set to 925°C so that students couldn't accidentally melt their silver.


An option is cosmetic or practical, such as a black respray, a right-hand door hinge, a peephole-vent, a bead-annealing door, a door or lid viewing window, or an EU plug.

An upgrade extends the standard specifications, such as a higher maximum temperature, a 3-key to a 12-key programmer, an electric kiln vent, a gas injection control system, an auxilliary power output, or a USB computer interface.

Not every option or upgrade applies to every kiln, so mail or call if you need help. However, if they're appropriate, they're listed in the on-line shop, so just add up the ones you want: but order them with your kiln as they're often difficult, expensive, or impossible, to implement afterwards. It might help if you make a few notes of your own as you read?


Kilns use regular single-phase 230V-240V mains so have 230V EU elements, not 120V US elements. The smaller kilns have UK 13A three-pin plugs: so they're ready to go. If you're not in the UK, use a plug adapter or cut off the UK plug and fit your own: it won't invalidate the guarantee. Alternatively, a special-order kiln can have a factory-fitted EU plug.

Most kilns can be re-engineered for 110V, 200V, 208V, or 220V, single phase or three phase, or 440V three phase. If you're interested, mail or call.


Although standard EU and US kilns have the same maximum temperature, set by the design and the programmer, some 1095°C firebrick kilns can be re-engineered to run at 1230°C, 1260°C, or 1290°C, making them versatile mixed-media kilns. However, to use 1290°C full-on hour after hour, choose an industrial or professional model.

Also, to maintain 1290°C, some upgraded kilns might need thicker firebricks, so they'll be slightly smaller inside: about 12mm on each side. Mail or call if you're interested, or need help deciding.

The UK factory-set maximum temperature is based on a reliable average voltage of 240V. If there's a regional, national, or temporary voltage drop, high-temperature kilns might take longer to reach their specified maximum or not reach it.


Some kilns are normally blue, but can be factory-painted berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, or turquoise. However, as they're made to order, they can't be returned if the colour isn't exactly the same as in the photo.

Changing the door hinge might be better if your kiln is in the corner of your studio or there's an obstacle that will make access difficult. Give this some thought.

Most of the medium-size top-opening kilns have a standard lift-up lid. Firebrick lids seem heavy to some people so, if you feel that a ceramic fibre lid, a hydraulic-assisted lid, or spring-assisted lid would be easier, mail or call.


If the kiln comes with a Sentry Xpress 3-Key ramp-hold programmer, you can upgrade to a Sentry Xpress 3-Key cone-fire ramp-hold programmer, usually preferred for ceramics. Cone-fire is implemented in the programmer's software and is very easy to use: just set a cone number and start the firing sequence.

Depending on the kiln, you can upgrade a Sentry Xpress 3-key programmer to a Sentry 12-Key ten segment ramp-hold, or cone-fire ramp-hold, programmer, with advanced firing features and connection options. The 3-key has a 12-month guarantee and the 12-key has a 30-month guarantee.

A Sentry 12-key programmer can be connected to your computer through a factory-fitted USB interface. The Control Master software allows you to control and monitor the firing, and analyse, arrange, print out, and save the data. If you want this feature, make sure you order the USB interface in the on-line shop.


Depending on the kiln, the 12-key programmer has a power-ratio feature: you can adjust the heat balance between the top and sides in 10% steps and control the heat distribution over larger pieces.

Kilns which only heat from the top, as opposed to the top and sides, don't have the power-ratio feature. However, the initial cost-saving has to be offset against fewer firing options.


With larger kilns, serious glass artists are always concerned about firebrick dust from the lid falling onto their work, so you could upgrade the standard firebrick lid to a factory-fitted ceramic-fibre lid with the elements threaded through pinless grooves in the fibre: or, as a luxury upgrade, with the elements completely embedded in the fibre.


Most kilns come with an electro-mechanical long-life nickel-chromium K-type thermocouple. However, if extra long-life and reliability are vital, you can upgrade to a mercury relay which has a lifetime of several million on-off cycles. The relay can switch 30A, so if you have a kiln that needs 50A, you'll need two relays.

If extra long-life and reliability are vital, especially at temperatures above 1100°C, you can upgrade to a long-life S-type platinum-rhodium thermocouple.


Some front-opening kilns are just too large and too heavy for a regular worktop, so Paragon makes a strong steel table, 768mm x 768mm x 718mm high, with two shelves for your accessories. The luxury version, with castors, is 63mm taller. If you decide to buy on old wood table, the rigidity of the legs is vital otherwise it will collapse like a parallelogram.


Some bronze and copper clays, and some metals, need to be fired in activated charcoal granules in a stainless steel container. The SC2 and SC3, the Caldera-A, and the Xpress E9A and E10A can hold a one-litre container: most other kilns can hold a three-litre but check the internal size before you buy the container. It's important that the container doesn't touch the thermocouple.

Particulates represent a health risk if they're breathed in, so wear a HEPA mask when cleaning out your kiln, mixing kiln wash, and working with charcoals, ceramic-fibre blocks, cloths, and papers. And, ideally, use protective glasses.

If you want to touch anything hot or move your kiln before it's cooled off, it's important to wear heat-resistant gloves. And, if you want to look into a red-hot kiln, wear glare-resistant glasses which protect your eyes from IR and UV.


Paragon kilns, made in the US, have been re-engineered and comprehensively tested for the UK, the EU, and most other countries. They're CE Marked and comply with EU safety standards. They're guaranteed for a year, and Paragon has an international, informed, and supportive user-base, and spares and repair centres.

The UK-EU digital programmer shows degrees Celsius, not degrees Fahrenheit as in the US. If you need to convert, this is how to do it. However, if you want to work in Fahrenheit, you can make a simple change to the programmer.


For help, or in the unlikely event of a fault, you can mail or call an engineer in the UK. However, home checks, adjustments, and repairs are quick and easy, needing little more than a PosiDriv screwdriver, and you can watch on-line videos. Alternatively, we can repair the kiln in our workshop at Cherry Heaven.

As with a lot of heavy consumer products made in the US but sold elsewhere, Paragon's guarantee covers replacement parts, not a return to the distributor or factory, and not any labour costs. However, as an example, replacing a programmer takes just a few minutes.

AN ELECTRIC KILN VENT
Orton-Paragon VentMaster: Unassembled. Vent Outlet. Auxilliary Power Socket.

The Orton-Paragon Vent Master Kiln Vent.

Refreshing the air in a kiln minimises surface blemishes when firing clays, ensures brighter colours when firing glasses, and prevents colour contamination when firing different glazes.

A factory-fitted Paragon-Orton Vent Master removes airborn pollutants straight away and redirects them to the outside through a flexi-pipe. The kilns can be factory-readied, so the vent just needs on-site assembly.

The vent motor isn't so powerful that the heat-up time and maximum temperature are reduced, but the cooling time is, depending on the size of the kiln.


The UK-EU vent motor is rated at 230V-240V 132W, so it can use a regular mains socket. The suction cup, in the second photo, and pipe are attached to the kiln but the motor can be remote: it doesn't get hot and the fan is easy to clean.

There's always a small gap, for expansion, around any kiln door or lid, so enough new air can be drawn in to replace the old air being drawn out. However, peepholes act as straight-through cold-air inlets: so you might not want them or block them with some ceramic cloth?

The vent can be turned on and off manually. Alternatively, if the kiln has a Sentry or a Sentinel programmer, the vent can be plugged into the kiln's auxilliary power outlet and controlled by the programmer. The power outlet, in the third photo, has to be fitted during manufacture, so decide before you order.


As with Paragon kilns, Orton Vent Masters can be re-engineered for any electrical system. They conform to the demanding 1992 Uniform Mechanical Code and the UL standard, and are CE Marked for the EU. They have a two year limited warranty.

A GAS INLET FLOW METER
Paragon Gas Inlet Flow Meter.

The Paragon Gas Inlet Flow Meter.

During heat treating, oxygen forms a scale on the surface of knife blades, metals, and tools. To minimise this, the parts can either be wrapped in heat-treating foil or an inert gas can be injected into the furnace to displace the oxygen.

Most professional knife makers use gas injection for precise control and to save time. If you have a Sentry or a Sentinel Touch Screen programmer, a solenoid kit can automatically turn the gas on or off for each segment of the firing: just programme the controller to turn on the gas at the temperature where scale begins to form on the steel.


In addition to the flow meter, you'll also need a regulator to reduce the pressure from the gas tank. This is usually bought with the gas tank: it's not part of this Paragon option. The gas pressure to the flow meter should be less than 20 pounds per square inch.

Furnaces aren't air tight and gas will leak out through the firebricks and metal seams, so you need a steady flow of gas. Gas at room temperature will expand to over twenty times its volume when injected into a firing chamber at 550°C, so a low setting on the flow meter is adequate to prevent most scaling.


Depending on how you work, gas injection might reduce the life of the heating elements slightly. However, they're easy and inexpensive to replace. If your business depends on continual kiln time, buying a spare set of elements would be sensible.

Argon gas is popular for heat treating because it's inexpensive. But, it's heavier than air and breathing it in won't keep you alive. so your workshop must be well ventilated.

FIRING CHARACTERISTICS

How Electric Kilns Work.

Generally, as soon as a programmable kiln starts its firing sequence, it begins to heat up at a rate set by the programmer. It can't heat up quicker than it would do with the elements full on all the time.

The thermocouple tells the programmer the current internal temperature and, depending on the sequence you've chosen, the programmer turns the elements on or off to control the sequence segments: the heating rate, the target temperature, the hold time, and the cooling rate. It can't cool down quicker than it would do with the kiln turned off. When the sequence is complete, the kiln beeps, and the sequence stops.


For safety, the programmer doesn't switch the full mains voltage. Instead it drives a relay, an electro-mechanical switch. The programmer uses a low voltage to activate the switch which turns the high-voltage high-current elements on or off.


When the target temperature is reached, the programmer switches the elements off. However, residual heat in the firing chamber allows the internal temperature to overshoot the target temperature briefly before starting to fall back.

This overshoot is more evident at low temperatures than at high temperatures, and in small kilns rather than large kilns. For example: 300°C will probably overshoot to 350°C whereas 800°C will probably only overshoot to 805°C before starting to fall back.

However, our Sentry Xpress programmers have a software modification that slows down the heating just before the target temperature, reducing any overshoot and improving the accuracy.

During the hold-time, with the elements still off, the temperature starts to fall. When the programmer switches the elements back on, the firing chamber will initially absorb some of the new heat before the temperature recovers. The continual switching of the elements on and off causes the internal temperature to oscillate either side of the target temperature.

This is similar to central heating. If you set it for 21°C, it probably oscillates, quite slowly, around 20°C to 22°C: and you won't notice. The accuracy will depend on where the thermostat is sited, how quickly it responds, how accurate it is, how long it takes for the radiators to heat up, and if you have doors and windows open. The temperature will probably be different in each room.

So, regardless of the thermocouple temperature, the actual temperature of your work will be slightly different, depending on its position on the kiln shelf, the vertical spacing of any stacked shelves, and its nearness to the elements, a lid, a door, a bead door, or a window. Learn to take this into account if you're working with temperature-critical materials or processes.


Remember that glass needs radiant heat and will fuse, sag, or slump better on one shelf at the bottom than between closely stacked shelves.


Kiln doors and lids are not meant to be a perfect fit otherwise, at high temperatures, there'd be no room for expansion and movement, and the door could stick and the ceramic-fibre or firebricks could crack.

All kilns smell a bit, and even produce whisps of smoke, during the first firings, just like a toaster or a fan heater. If you're worried about fumes, open a window.

Eventually, with normal use, kilns discolour slightly, inside and outside, and some firebricks might develop hairline cracks. Your kiln is a versatile, robust, red-hot tool: not an ornament.

KEEPING A KILN LOG

Keeping A Kiln Log.

Using your kiln successfully needs critical research and frequent tests, especially as things that work for your friends and teachers might not work in the same way for you. It's also very important to learn how to creatively use unexpected effects. So, keep a firing log:


Buy a durable notebook. Use a new page for every firing, and draw diagrams of the shelves, their vertical spacing, and the position of your work on the shelves. Along with your work, put a few scraps at different places on the shelves to learn how things change. Describe the material, the shape of your work, the firing cycle, and the end result. Add a few photos and sketches, and mark the page corners with coloured dots or symbols as a quick reminder of your success rating.

A kiln log is vital if you're experimenting with temperature-sensitive materials or working with metals, coloured dichroic glasses, enamels, glazes, or china paints, and a skilled artist will use the kiln log to advantage to re-create effects. It'll be particularly useful if you have to repeat a commission, or you have a long holiday before returning to your studio.


Some Paragon kilns have a Sentry 12-key or a Sentinel Touch Screen programmer which can be connected to your computer through a factory-fitted USB interface. The Control Master software allows you to control and monitor the firing, and analyse, arrange, save, and print out the data. If you want this feature, make sure you order the USB interface in the on-line shop.

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO GLASS
Obsidian. Fish. Curved Glass by Infabbrica. Lauscha By Carrie Fertig.

What Is Glass?

The main component of glass is silicon dioxide, often called silica: found naturally and plentifully as sand. When it melts, at around 1700°C, it's like syrup on a cold day. When it cools, it forms a rigid brittle glass called quartz glass.

To lower the melting point, and reduce the cost of melting, chemicals are added: typically sodium carbonate and calcium oxide. Other chemicals, and different heating and cooling processes, produce a range of colours and mechanical properties.

Chemically, glass is defined as an amorphous solid but, as it's heated, it becomes softer allowing it to be blown, cast, coated, decorated, engraved, heat-treated, moulded, poured, pressed, sagged, and slumped.

A form of glass occurs naturally within the mouth of a volcano when the intense heat of an eruption melts sand to form Obsidian, a hard black-to-brown glassy type of stone, shown in the photo. Although it was used decoratively, when it fractures it has very sharp edges, many times sharper than a steel knife-edge, so was also used for tools and weapons, and the pitiful rituals of circumcision and female genital mutilation.

ANNEALING
Annealed Beads Made Into A Necklace.

What Is Annealing?

During annealing, fabrication stresses are relieved as the molecules cool and arrange themselves into a regular stable matrix. Successful annealing is the key to creating glasswork that will remain attractive and durable. It's quite a long process, so a kiln with an automatic comprehensive programmer is essential.

FREE BEAD ANNEALING GUIDE

Bead Annealing Guide.

You can download, and print, a Bead Annealing Guide. Paragon created it in 2013 so it's only a guide, not a contemporary definitive document. Click here. It's a pdf file, but your device should already have a pdf viewer.

DICHROIC GLASS
Dichroic Glass.

What Are Dichroic Glasses.

Dichroic glass has two different colours: a transmitted colour and a reflective colour, both of which change depending on the angle of view. For example blue-red will be blue in transmission and red in reflection.

During manufacture, quartz and metal oxides are vapourised onto the surface of the glass using a vacuum deposition process, forming a multi-layer crystal structure.

ENAMELLING
Enamelled Jewellery.

What Is Enamelling?

Enamelling involves applying a glass paste to metal and then heating it to fuse it to the surface. The finish of the enamel can be translucent or opaque depending on the temperature used to melt the glass. Higher temperatures result in a more transparent and durable enamel whilst lower temperatures give a more opaque and fragile surface. Dyes and pigments can be included to produce any colour.

The Paragon SC2 is ideal for enamelling, although other kilns are fine. So click the sc2-sc3:jewellery link below the menu bar near the top of the page. The SC-2W and SC-3W doors include a 50mm x 50mm heat-resistant glass viewing-window in the centre of the door, allowing you to take a quick peep at china paints, enamels, glass, and glazes to check on their progress

FIRE POLISHING
Fire Polished Glass.

What Is Fire Polishing?

To fire polish glass, return the items to the kiln and melt them just enough to give a smooth polished appearance. It needs a temperature of around 700°C, and is often used to round the edges of glass after fusing.

Fire polishing already-slumped items is more difficult because the polishing temperature is close to the slumping temperature and it can distort the appearance of the piece. So it generally works best for flat items, rather than slumped ones. It has the slight limitation that the part of the item that touches the kiln shelf won't polish.

FUSING, SAGGING, AND SLUMPING
Fused Glass.

What Is Glass Fusing?

If two or more pieces of glass in contact are heated, they begin to soften and fuse together. With careful heating and cooling, the separate pieces of glass become one.

If glass is put on a mould and heated, it begins to soften and collapse, or sag, onto the mould: a common technique for making bowls and plates.

Sagging and slumping are often thought of as being the same. Correctly: during sagging, heated glass, supported at its edges, sags down in the middle to conform to a mould; during slumping, heated glass, supported at its middle, slumps down at its edges to conform to a mould.

LAMPWORK AND BEADS
Beads.

What Is Lampwork?

Lamp-working is the traditional name for glasswork that uses a flame to melt glass rods and tubes. As the glass softens, it's shaped by turning and using tools.

Early lampworkers used an oil-lamp, and blew air into the flame through a pipe. Later, propane, natural gas, or butane torches replaced the lamp, although kilns are now increasingly popular, particularly for annealing.

Beads are usually made on steel rods, or mandrels. When the beads are finished, the rods are removed leaving holes for threading the beads. Cold working techniques can be used, such as etching, faceting, polishing, and sandblasting.

LOST-WAX BURNOUT
Paragon W13 Lost Wax Casting Kiln With A Sentry Programmer.

What Is Lost Wax Casting?

Lost-wax burnout starts with making a wax shape and then making a mould of the shape. When the mould is heated in a kiln, the wax melts out through channels, usually over a burnout grate and into a tray. The shape is then cast in glass or metal from the mould.

It's important to prevent wax or carbon sticking to the elements, so burnout kilns have a top vent to release the fumes. Carbon build-up inside a kiln conducts electricity and can cause the elements to short circuit.

Paragon make kilns designed for this: the W series. So click the w:lost-wax-burnout link under the menu bar near the top of the page. They all have top vents and optional wax trays.

PÂTE DE VERRE
Pâte De Verre.

What Is Pâte De Verre?

Pâte de verre involves making a glass paste, applying it to a mould, firing it, and removing the piece from the mould. The glass paste is usually made from glass powder, a binder such as gum arabic, distilled water, and colouring agents or enamels. It allows precise placing of colours in the mould, whereas other techniques often result in the glass straying from its intended position.

I think, currently, Daum is the only large commercial crystal manufacturer using the pâte de verre process for art glass and crystal sculptures.

SLUMPING BOTTLES
Slumped Bottle.

What Is Glass Slumping?

This a simple technique but it requires good ideas. A bottle, such as those used for wine, beer, cola, or champagne, is softened in a kiln so that it begins to flatten out or conforms to a mould. There are too many moulds to stock here but there are lots available on line. Or make your own from clay.

The bottles need to be clean and dry, with all paper labels and tops removed. Put them in your kiln on a shelf, either with shelf paper or kiln wash to prevent the glass sticking to the shelf.

Paragon makes a kiln designed for this: the Trio. So click the trio link below the menu bar near the top of the page. It's wide enough for most bottles but can still use a regular socket.

STAINED GLASS
Stained Glass.

What Is Stained Glass?

Stained glass is glass that has been coloured by adding metallic salts during its manufacture. The coloured glass is crafted into stained glass windows in which small pieces of glass are arranged to form patterns or pictures, traditionally held together by strips of lead and supported by a rigid frame. Painted details and yellow stain are often used to enhance the design.

The term stained glass is also applied to windows in which the colours have been painted onto the glass and then fused to the glass in a kiln.

It requires artistic skill to conceive an appropriate and workable design, and engineering skills to assemble the piece. A window must fit snugly into the space for which it is made, must resist wind and rain, and also, especially in the larger windows, must support its own weight. Many large windows have withstood the test of time and remained substantially intact since the Late Middle Ages.

TACK FUSING
Tack Fused Glass.

What Is Tack Fusing?

Tack fusing is the joining together of glass, with as little change to the shape of the pieces as possible. Tack fusing may be used either decoratively, or to assemble a large piece of glass from laminations.

Where tack fusing is used to apply small decorative details to a larger piece, you might want to partially melt the small pieces so that they change shape, usually becoming more spherical under the influence of surface tension, but without changing the shape of the carrier piece. This can be done by using an increased temperature, but only briefly. The carrier piece has a larger thermal mass, so heats up more slowly than the small decorations.

VITRIGRAPH WORK
Glass Stringers.

What Is Vitrigraph?

The vitrigraph process usually uses a kiln to make glass stringers. The bottom of the kiln is removed and set aside. The kiln body is put on a thick ceramic square with a central hole.

A crucible of glass is put inside, and the whole combination lifted well away from the floor to allow moulten glass to fall through a hole in the crucible and form long stringers. Ceramic squares are in the on-line shop.

Paragon make a kiln designed for this: the Caldera. So click the caldera:ceramics link below the menu bar near the top of the page. The bottom is a separate part and can be unclipped.

WARM GLASS
Warm Glass Flower Bowl.

What Is Warm Glass?

The term warm glass refers to fusing, slumping, and other glass processes which take place at temperatures between about 600°C to 925°C. Although that doesn't sound warm, it is when you compare it to glassblower's working temperatures, which often exceed 1100°C. Warm glass is sometimes called kiln-formed glass.

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Paragon F500 Glass Kiln With A Sentry Xpress Programmer.

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