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Norman Kiln Model 4 Information


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hello,

I have been given a Norman Kiln, model 4. I am looking for a manual and trying to find out how heavy it is. I need to move it to my home. It is on a metal angle iron stand. Not sure if it can be separated from this frame. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

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Most manuals don't tell you how heavy the kiln is. Generally that information can be found on the company's web site as they usually list shipping weights. Norman is long gone, though, so you may just have to try it and see. How big a kiln is it? Can you post a picture? If it can be separated from the angle iron stand it should be pretty obvious, as it will either be connected by boltsĀ  or welded.

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1 hour ago, JoshO said:

Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

The Norman kilns have been traditionally table top in the 48 and 33 series. Popular for jewelry, paint, small clay. You might ask for a picture of the equipment and the kiln equipment tag first and check what temperature it will fire to.

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