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#1

purchasing a kiln? I have a friend who has a brand new kiln for
sale “never used” You can contact him directly at (219)-483-5283
His name is Dwight Romey I think that this would do exactly what
you would want and it is priced right!

            Charles Eichhorn

Visit the Eichhorn Enterprises, Inc. Homepage!
"Since 1980 we’ve been the Jewelers Jeweler"
http://www.parlorcity.com/miracle

Hanuman
The Ganoksin Project


#2

For granulation, try:

Thermolyne
2555 Kerper Blvd.
Dubuque, Iowa 52004-0797
319-556-2231

Thermolyne Bench Top Industrial Furnace Type 1500 FDE530m
240volts, 9.3 amps, 2240 watts, temp range 100/1,200
$1,295-$1,195 price range.

Have not used one myself, but got this from Douglas Harlan class
and this is what he uses.


#3

Thermolyne Bench Top Industrial Furnace Type 1500 FDE530m
240volts, 9.3 amps, 2240 watts, temp range 100/1,200
$1,295-$1,195 price range.

Hi cece, The temperature range given should be centigrade, I
think, otherwise 1200 Fahrenheit (which is about 650 Centigrade,
if my conversion program is right) woud not be high enough, one
coudn’t melt granules with this furnace. Just a hint, Markus


#4

Hi cece, The temperature range given should be centigrade, I
think, otherwise 1200 Fahrenheit (which is about 650 Centigrade,
if my conversion program is right) woud not be high enough, one
coudn’t melt granules with this furnace. Just a hint, Markus

Actually 648.88889.I am not trying to be a wise guy,I thought
everyone would like to know the URL of this neat site I found
that does all kinds of conversions automaticly It
is:http://www.mplik.ru/~sg/transl/index.html

                                          Mark Liccini



     LICCINI

Gemstone Rough Dealers since 1970 U.S.MAIL
E-Mail: @Mark_Liccini1 107 C.Columbus Dr.#1A
http://www.LICCINI.com Jersey City,N.J.07302
Voice Mail/Fax: 201-333-6332


#5

As a math/delexic(sp) person, this is a really neat page!

Marilyn Smith


#6

Cece,
When you took Douglas Harding’s class on granulation, do you
remember what temperature he set his kiln for 22K gold
granulation, and for how long he kept the piece in the kiln?

I know that for fine silver he used a range from 941 to 943
degree centigrade and for granules as big as 1 mm the piece was
kept in the kiln for 2 minutes. The smaller the granules the
time and temperature were reduced.