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(İnşaat) kiln
An oven or furnace for burning, calcimining or drying a substance
The most important piece of equipment in a ceramist's studio, the kiln may be fired by electricity, gas, oil or wood and may be constructed by the artist herself
A high-temperature electric oven used for annealing, fusing or casting glass
An oven (electric, gas, or wood-fired) capable of reaching extremely high heats In art, it is generally used to fire ceramic or enamelled objects
a chamber in which product can be heated to high temperatures which make the clay body hard and durable Fossil fuels have traditionally been used for the firing of kilns, gas being the predominant used today although electricity is often used
[n] an oven for baking clay pottery
The oven in which ceramic ware is fired or baked
A high temperature oven used to raise the temperature of glass until it bends or fuses
The oven in which ceramic pieces are fired to convert them from unstable greenware into durable finished pieces This term is derived from the Latin "culina", which refers to a structure built for the purpose of retaining heat that is introduced into the main chamber There are a wide variety of kiln types from the earliest known open pit of pre- historic times to the sophisticated, efficient structures used by today's ceramicists The many different types of kilns include: anagama, updraft, downdraft , gas burning, electric, wood burning, open Pit, centenary arch, raku, climbing, and salt See also firing, oxidation, reduction
a furnace or enclosed heat chamber controllable by pyrometer or pyrometric cones for the firing of ceramic ware in static position
A furnace or oven often used for burning, baking or drying Also used for calcining lime and firing pottery
An oven used to process a substance by burning, drying, or heating In contemporary glassworking kilns are used to fuse enamel and for kiln forming processes such as slumping
A kiln is an oven that is used to bake pottery and bricks in order to make them hard. To process in one of these ovens. a special oven for baking clay pots, bricks etc (culina , from coquere ). Oven for firing, drying, baking, hardening, or burning a substance, particularly clay products but originally also grain and meal. Modern kilns are used in ceramics to fire clay and porcelain objects, in metallurgy for roasting iron ores, for burning lime and dolomite, and in making portland cement
{i} oven or furnace in which various substances are baked or dried (i.e. bricks, ceramic tiles, etc.)
High temperature oven
an oven, furnace, or heated enclosure used for processing a substance by burning, firing, or drying
In lumber drying, a kiln is a room or building where temperature, moisture, and the amount of air circulating are controlled to dry wood
an oven-like compartment built to contain the heat around the item to be calcined, cooked, baked, burned, or fired A "pot" kiln (or field kiln) is usually built with an open top to facilitate loading the kiln "Patent" kilns were metal designs that were patented, and came ready to assemble Thomas Bull had one near his pot kiln Other patent kilns were "continuous," as the limestone moved through the kiln while the fuel (usually oil carried by steam) burned continuously These were more efficient, but were hard to operate with high grade ore which crumbled more easily and jammed the kiln The time saved in reducing the load/unload cycle might be lost when a kiln jammed Limekilns are like updraft furnaces or ovens
A large furnace with a perforated floor heated by either fire or heaters through which malt is dried and roasted
A furnace or oven for burning, baking, or drying something; a building containing a furnace for drying grain, hops, etc or for making malt
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