Enhanced PMC Precious Metal Silver Clay Jewelry Ring Kiln Standard Size Oven
This handy kiln is perfect for sintering your PMC3 or PMC+ silver clay creations quickly and easily. Conveniently sized and easy to use, this kiln can be used multiple times. Not suitable for children, use in a well ventilated area.
You're looking at a brand new ceramic mini kiln for PMC silver clay. Simply assemble as per the instructions and place your PMC artwork on the firing tray, light the fuel tablet and your done! Set up in seconds.
Far more cost effective that electric kilns, this mini kiln is perfect for your rings and pendants! PMC3 or PMC Flex is recommended for the kiln in this listing.
This enhanced kiln kit comes with all the items included with the basic kit but also has extras, including finger measurer, liver of sulphur, tweezers, 3M abrasive pads and sandpaper. Great for getting started making rings and other silver clay jewelry!
This kiln, when using the recommend fuel tablets, will heat up to 600 degrees Celsius over a 20 min period, which is enough for up a single ring or pendant of around 12 grams or less. Fuel tablets and PMC are also available from us at our website.
An alternative to the fuel tablets would be 30 grams of gelled alcohol fuel placed in a heat proof container of similar dimensions to the foil containing the fuel tablet that comes with your kit. Should you use this method please ensure that the vessel you use to contain the gelled alcohol fuel can withstand the stresses of firing before using. Standard alcohol may be used instead of gelled alcohol fuel, however, in both cases, please ensure all care is taken to prevent spillage as this may constitute a fire hazard. Please note that this method is for informational purposes only, we cannot make any guarantees of any kind should you use this method.
Please note, instructions are in Japanese, but are pictorial and are easy to understand. Caution: Never leave unattended, misuse may constitute a fire hazard, use in a well ventilated area. Not suitable for children. A second firing session is recommended for large pieces, or to ensure the sintering of items that may not have been fully sintered during the initial firing session.