The Iguana is powered with reliable extra heavy-duty elements. This results in long element life, because the elements do not “struggle” to reach high temperatures. 10,800 watts heat the 118L interior to a full cone 10.
Easy to Load
The Front Loading Iguana is easy on the back muscles. With the optional 56cm stand, the interior floor height is a comfortable 87cm.
Industrial-gauge elements are seated and protected in dropped, recessed firebrick grooves. The elements are easy to replace, because you can comfortably reach into the kiln.
Potters and ceramists who struggle with top-loading kilns will enjoy the Iguana. The door swings open wide on a heavy ½” steel rod with sealed bearings. A spring-loaded latch presses the door tightly closed. A recessed firebrick lip around the door seals in heat.
The Sentry digital controller is manufactured by Orton Ceramic Foundation. It is unsurpassed in reliability for a controller in its price range. It includes a programmed cool-down, Cone-Fire and Ramp-Hold modes, and is capable of accepting types K, R, or S thermocouples. A type-K thermocouple with an Inconel sheath comes standard. We also recommend the optional Type-S for stoneware and porcelain.
- Voltage: 415V
- Power Type: 3 Phase
- Maximum Temperature: 1288 C
- Internal Width: 450mm
- Internal Depth: 450mm
- Internal Height: 570mm
- Volume: 118 L
- Stand: sold separately
- Power cord: Not included - consult your electrician for installation options
- Warranty: 2 year limited, parts only conditions apply
Saves electricity with 3” firebricks
Cone 10, 2350°F
Type-K thermocouple with ¼” sheath, or optional type-S
Sentry 2.0 controller with programmed cool-down
Two tapered peepholes in the side give a wide view of the interior with little heat loss.
Proportional power elements for more even heating
Heavy-gauge steel completely covers the bottom under the firebricks for extra strength.
1 ½” air gap between the switch box and kiln; electrical components stay cool and last longer
Built-in fuse protects the controller
As Paragon kilns are imported directly from the USA, pricing is subject to fluctuations in the conversion rate of the US Dollar. Customers are welcome to request a quote when considering a kiln purchase.