- Industrial & Custom Kilns
Low-Fire typically refers to work fired below about 2000°F (1100°C). Many clays and glazes are designed for this and it is very popular among K-12 schools and hobbyists. Low firing has the advantage of using less energy and generally the clays and glazes are more forgiving of temperature variations and other problems. Some prominent clay artists take advantage of the many glazes and effects that have been developed for low fire so just because this method is highly practical for economics in schools and paint-your-own pottery shops it also has much artistic potential.