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The Kiln Corner—Electrical Basics

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by Arnold Howard


Photography by Chance Agrella


The importance of using the correct wiring and voltage for kiln outlets. This question-and-answer column covers the difference between 220 and 240 volts, the preference for copper wiring over aluminum, and the importance of having a circuit with a safety grounding wire for use with kilns.


This article was originally published on page 67 in the Fall 2011 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly.
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