Paragon 120v Kilns
- Paragon Kilns - 120v Kilns
- Home Artist, S-11-9-3, X14J, Caldera, FireFly, BlueBird XL, QuickFire 6, E Series, Q series, E series, J series, SC2 and SC3, S11-9-3, F120/F130 Annealing Kilns
- KM14D Knife Kiln
- Small, Table Top Kilns, less than 1 cubic foot in interior size.
Top Load and Front Load
- Many of these Paragon kilns will fire hot enough for ceramics (clay and glaze), but some will not and are best used for enameling, glass, jewelry, china painting and firing overglazes.
- Each Paragon kiln description will have either a maximum temperature, or a maximum Cone. If a Cone level is specified, then the kiln can be used for ceramics (or anything else). Temperatures from 2000 degrees and lower are used for the other purposes only. Please note that 120v limits the size a kiln can be, because there is only so much power available. For larger kilns you will need to go to 24
ParagonTop Load Kilns
- Small Paragon Ceramic Kilns
- 66, 1613, 82
- Medium Paragon Ceramic Kilns
- 23, 24, 99, Viking 24 True Cone 10
- Large Studio and Production Paragon Cearmic Kilns
- TnF27L-3, 28-3, Viking 28 True Cone 10, Ovation-22 Oval
- Janus Dual-Media Kilns
- Janus 1613, 23, 24, 27, Janus Ovation and Janus Dragon
- Fire ceramics and glass in one kiln. Dual Media Kilns have lid elements for glass, but get hot enough to fire ceramics.
- Dual Media Kilns tend to be deep so are also great for glass casting and slumping deep pieces.
Paragon Glass Kilns
- Fusion Glass Kilns
- Fusion 7, 8 and 10, CS14 and CS17 Clam Shell, and Ovation Large Ovals
- Pearl - Clamshell Kilns
- Pearl 18, 22 and 44
- Rectangular (E19, GL Models)
- GL18, GL22, GL24, GL44 and GL64
- Vulcan Glass Crucible Kiln
- If you're looking for a small to medium size front load, start here.
- MagicFuse Microwave Kiln
- Paragon 240v Annealing Kilns
- Models F200, F240
Paragon Front Load Kilns
- Front Load Ceramic
- Iguana 4.2 cu feet
- Dragon 9 cu feet
- Super-Dragon 15.2 cu feet
- Front Load Ceramic & Glass
- Janus Dragon 9 cu feet
- Front Load Glass
- GL18, GL22, GL24
- Some people prefer front load kilns because they are easier to load. However, they are more expensive.
- Paragon has finally made front load kilns reasonable priced!