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ISO electric kiln near the Bay Area (CA)

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In order to evaluate replies you will need to know what current you can draw from the socket. If it's the only socket on a 15A breaker I believe US "continuous load" regulations limit this to 12A.

It might be worth starting a new thread to solicit the experts views on reconciling you ambitions and the limitations of your house wiring.

PS I understand that if you regularly fire a kiln at its maximum rated temperature the life of the elements will be reduced considerably.


Even on a dedicated connection both breaker size and house-wiring size are important eg

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