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Who We Serve

Pottery for Fun, or for Production

Schools, Universities, and Community Studios

Sculpture and Non-Functional Ceramics

Industrial Ceramics, Tiles, Dinnerware

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Trust your L&L kiln to help you perfect your art!

L&L Customers

The best engineered kiln for over 75 years


9” to 28” diameter. Top-Loading and Pull-Apart. Many types and choices. Small to Medium.

Production sizes in both Square and Rectangular. Medium to Large.

Industrial and Craft Kilns, including our new eFL front-loading kilns. Medium to Large.

Ceramic armor, Calcining, Heat Treating, Production Ceramics, Production dinnerware

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About L&L

Making kilns

For over 75 years, L&L has focused exclusively on designing and building the most durable and easy-to-use electric kilns. We place a high value on methodical engineering, superior technical support, and quick, and efficient service. We care passionately about quality and the impact that has on your time and work.


Easy to install.  Easy to use.  Easy to maintain. 

Tips from L&L and L&L Customers

A Super Insulated Special Kiln for Battery Testing

A super insulated kiln ring for a customer who is doing year long testing of liquid metal batteries. 4-1/2″ of brick with 2″ of backup mineral wool on the sides, 6″ of brick on the top and 6″ of brick and 2″ of calcium silicate on the bottom. Read More...

Why I bought an L&L Kiln


Hi L&L people,

Just wanted to tell you how pleased I am with my L&L kiln.  I bought it in 2003 and it has been perfect ever since, firing to cone 04.  I use a special clay body given to me by Don Reitz Read More...

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