pyrometric cone


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pyrometric cone

[¦pī·rə¦me·trik ′kōn]
(materials)
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Pyrometric cones will also tell you if the kiln has reached the perfect time and temperature or has been under- or over-fired.
Pyrometric cones have been around since late 18961 They are formulated from many ceramic materials and are designed to bend at certain temperatures.
The potter/filter workers who may have previously fired their pots with grass bonfires or other rudimentary kilns now must manage a downdraft kiln, monitored with a multi-entry pyrometer and pyrometric cones.