KILNS

  Wood-Fired Kiln  (“Skyline Kiln”)

Wood-Fired Kiln (“Skyline Kiln”)

Wood-Fired Kiln (“Skyline Kiln”)

•Single chamber down-draft kiln with catenary arch and internal firebox design.

•Approximately 55 cu. feet of stacking space.

•Fires in about 36 hours, and uses about 1.2 cords of wood to fire to cone 11.

•We generally use local woods including big leaf maple, pine, Douglas Fir, and fruit tree hard woods when available. 

•Built in 2005 by Donovan Palmquist who provided both the design and the construction expertise.

•Fired 2 to 3 times per year.

Gas Kiln (Minnesota flat-top design)

•Single chamber down-draft kiln fired with propane gas.

•Approximately 15 cu. feet of stacking space.

•Fires in about 15 hours (not including a short pre-heat) and uses 2 propane gas burners.

•Built at Pincus Pottery Studio in 2001 with some assistance from Motoko Hori, and based on the Minnesota flat-top design by Nils Lou.

•Fired 6 to 10 times per year.

  Gas Kiln  (Minnesota flat-top design)

Gas Kiln (Minnesota flat-top design)