|Model:||Evenheat RM II 1813|
|Inside Dim:||17.5" (diameter) x 13.5" (depth)|
|Outside Dim:||28.75" (length) x 22.5" (width) x 26.5" (height)|
|Shelf Size:||15.5" Shelf - NOT INCLUDED|
|Max Temp:||2300° F|
|Ship Wt:||115# (freight)|
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- Set-Pro 3-Key Controller w/ Express Mode
- 2-1/2" Brick Construction
- Swing View Adjustable Control (RM and Tap Controllers)
- Wide Lid Handle
- Full Stainless Jacket
- Corner Mounting Technique
- Properly Sized Stands
- Lid Security Bar
- Swing Away Peephole Cover
- 2 Position Lid Vent
- Responsive Thermocouples
- Excellent Temperature Distribution
- Mechanical Relays
Small, personal porcelain and ceramic studios delight in the RM II 1813. Porcelain artists find its size large enough for even the largest dolls while offering the space for limited classroom use. The casual ceramic artist likes its small footprint and capable performance.
The RM II 1813 is the finest automatically controlled, small porcelain and ceramic kiln available. Available with our TAP Touchscreen, Genesis Touchscreen, Set-Pro or Rampmaster II controls. Order yours with our Quiet Drive Solid State output option for tight temperature control and longer element life.
Why Upgrade from Mechanical Relays to Solid-State Relays?
Mechanical Relays, which come standard on most kilns have internal moving parts which over time wear out and need to be replaced. Kiln manufacturers recommend you replace your mechanical relays approximately every 2 years. Solid-state relays have no moving parts and last far longer than standard mechanical relays and offer far better temperature control during hold times. Since solid-state relays also have no moving parts to wear out, they NEVER need to be replaced. You will notice that solid-state relays are silent. The only sound you will hear is just the reassuring hum of the heating elements. So, this factory upgrade saves you potential down time from having to wait for new relays to arrive, potential over-fires from relays sticking in the closed position, potential aggravation from having to learn how to remove and replace the mechanical relays yourself. We think this upgrade is well worth the cost and will save you time and aggravation over the life of your kiln.