Howard Scoggins on mon 1 apr 02
Try CERAMIC HOUSES. Author is an Iranian American who lives in southern =
California. Don't remember his name.Has plans for this burner in the =
book. It appears to be a fire spouter; used to make brick, semi-vitrify =
adobe houses, etc.=20
Ought to be a good pre-heater for a LARGE kiln.
Hope this helps.
Snail Scott on tue 2 apr 02
At 08:48 PM 4/1/02 -0600, you wrote:
>Try CERAMIC HOUSES. Author is an Iranian American who lives in southern
California. Don't remember his name.
His name is Nader Khalili. I admired his work back
when I was in architecture school, before I even
really started with clay.
He discusses his gravity-flow, non-electric, diesel/
kerosene burner system on page 158.
Ceramic Houses by Nader Khalili
(c)1986, Harper & Row
ISBN 0-06-250447-9 (hardback)
ISBN 0-06-250446-0 (paperback)
Lee Love on wed 3 apr 02
We have some huge ones around the pottery. They used to be used to fire the
front of the Shokunin's noborigama. They've not been used in years.
Lee in Mashiko
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