Glass Fusing Kilns



Glass Fusing Kilns or Furnaces Fuse Glass Pieces into One Permanent Non-Detachable Glass Body

Fused glass is a term used to describe glass that has been heated and fired in a kiln at a range of high temperatures from 593℃ (1100℉) to 816℃ (1500℉). There are three main distinctions for temperature application and the resulting effect on the glass.

Items Temperatures Terminology
Lower Temperature Ranges 593℃ ~ 677℃(1100℉ ~ 1250℉) Slumping
Middle Temperature Ranges 677℃ ~ 732℃(1250℉ ~ 1350℉) Tack Fusing
High Temperature Ranges 732℃ ~ 816℃(1350℉ ~ 1500℉) Full Fusing

Glass fusing is always done in a glass kiln which is usually electric fired, or sometimes, fired by gas or wood. Glass fusing kilns are classified into two categories, chamber kiln and continuous kiln.

GFKF-CT Series Glass Fusing Continuous Kiln GFKF-CH Series Glass Fusing Chamber Kiln