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Community Art Centers are places where ceramic artists of all ages are able to express, learn and socialize with other like-minded people. Reliable studio ceramic kilns are a critical part of the program.


  • Kilns are fired more that normal in an art center
  • Constant loading and unloading can takes its toll on the soft firebrick grooves in most kilns - but not with L&L's hard element holders - they protect the delicate firebrick from loading damage
  • This mean cost savings for your art center
  • Kilns that stay operational when you need them most

The Best Warranty

  • L&L kilns feature a three-year warranty
  • L&L has the best warranty in the kiln business
  • Our durability and quality control make this possible.

Save money on repairs

  • Repairs are less frequent because of the durable ceramic element holders
  • L&L kilns are specifically designed to make it easy for non-experts to do the job
  • Because you control your repairs you control your time - don't be let down at the end of class with a broken kiln
  • With Video-based web support, our extensive Knowledgebase, email and phone support, we are here to help

Sophisticated controls

  • The DynaTrol is totally configurable for just about every imaginable firing cycle you can invent. The DynaTrol has Four Easy programs and six programs you can program yourself. Get exactly the effects you need. Everything is there to do something very complicated, like growing crystals, or something simple, like bisquing pots. And yet it is still easy to use.
  • Zone control will ensure evenness of firing, better colors, less chance of warpage.

Priced competitively

Widest variety of kilns


  • Most L&L kilns are tested and certified to UL499 by MET (A Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory)

Typical Applications

Craft Ceramics

Low-Fire Ceramics is typically fired below about 2000°F (1100°C).
Ceramic sculpture presents unique loading and firing challenges.
The market for hand-made art tiles is increasing.
Cone 5-6 is becoming more and more popular in the ceramic world.


These kilns keep looking new for decades because of the element holders. Now with the zone control, they fire absolutely evenly from top to bottom. All of this excellent engineering, along with their reasonable prices, make L&L the best electric kiln on the market.

"I have had several kilns (three other popular brands) and L&L. The L&L is my favorite and I find that the construction of the kiln with the ceramic element holders, better withstands the test of time and use."

Recommended Kilns

The L&L Flagship Kiln: Six popular Easy-Fire models. Multi-Zone control. Sectional. Easy maintenance. Sizes from 2.5 to 10.2 cubic feet. Most models and voltages are Cone 10.
High Power Production version of Easy-Fire Series with "Quad" element design. Multi-Zone Control. Sectional. Easy Maintenance. Sizes From 6.7 To 10.2 Cubic Feet. Cone 10.
A Special Design Just for Crystalline Glaze. Cone 12. Multi-Zone COntrol. Type S Thermocouples. K25 firebrick. Quad elements.
Small Kiln for Hobby Use and Glaze Testing. One-Touch or DynaTrol program controls. Various voltages and amp ratings.
Affordable front-loading kilns with professional features like an 4-1/2" K25 arched roof, door elements, cooling vent and 5" of multi-layered insulation. Multi-Zone DynaTrol. Cone 10.
Large Heavy-Duty Front-Loading Kilns. Includes 4-1/2" K25 arched roof, door elements, and 5" of multi-layered insulation. Multi-Zone DynaTrol. Cone 10.
Customizable Automatic Zoned Top-Loading Kilns - up to 45" tall. Multi-Zone control. Sectional with plug in control panel. Easy maintenance. Sizes from 2.6 to 17 cubic feet. Most models and voltages are Cone 10.
Jupiter Kilns that pull apart for easy loading of sculpture
Large Square and Rectangular Production kilns. Multi-Zone Control. Floor-standing panel. Spring-loaded hinge. Sectional. Easy Maintenance. Sizes From 5 To 34.5 Cubic Feet. Cone 10.
Bell-Lift Production Kilns