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  1. My two burners in my kiln can go from 80 to 590 degrees fahrenheit in about 20 minutes when the kiln is empty. So, I think they will be able power through the firing. however, I need to build two candling pilot burners. My question is how many BTUs should these burner produce per hour??? The kiln is 12.5 cubic feet with 9" IFB side walls. Jed
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