Kilns forum: Denver Bell Kiln for sale! $3000

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glassgnut
Dec 5, 2010 9:35 AM CST
As most people know, Denver Kilns make the best kilns as each one is built individually. I have a professional studio which I need to downsize due to economics. I just don't use it much any more. It is a workhorse and has 2- 4ft x 8ft. tables which glide on tracks in and out of the upper firing chamber. It is 3-phase 240v that comes with all the breakers and conduit necessary to hook it up. You can fuse on one table while you fill the other table for the next firing!

As I said, I'm moving to a smaller studio and simply don't have the room in my new space. I originally was asking $5000 but have dropped it to $3000/best offer. Call me if you'd like to see it at 727-808-0208. My studio is in Tarpon Springs. I'll look forward to hearing from you that are interested. Thanks so much!
glasart
Mar 24, 2011 8:23 AM CST
Have you sold your bell kiln?
ImageGourd
Apr 26, 2011 7:04 PM CST
Name: Gourd
Z-7 Gourds & A Touch Of Glass Forum
You may have to send glassnut a cmail also.

Sounds like a good kiln.
A.
garlightglass
May 2, 2011 5:40 PM CST
i am looking for a mini kiln for firing glass pendent samples.
Symmetrick
Jun 23, 2011 10:42 PM CST
@ glassgnut - please contact me regarding your bell kiln.
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timmat7525
Aug 15, 2011 1:21 PM CST
Is the Denver Bell Kiln still available? Please contact me at [email protected] to discuss and if you have pics. I am interested.
Thanks

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