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John McClurg 08-16-2019 07:46 PM

Reduced Prices-Equipment for Sale

Electric, top loading, double door (with counter weights), soft brick lined annealing ovens. Inside dimensions are 58” wide, 26” deep and 20” high. Outside dimensions (with counterweight) 76” wide, 54” deep and 88”high. Max temp 1200. $350 each plus shipping. (Have seven ovens this size).

Electric, top loading, singe door (with counter weight), soft brick lined annealing oven. Inside dimensions are 27” wide, 27” deep and 15” high. Outside dimensions (with counterweight) 52” wide, 39” deep and 75”high. Max temp 1200. $200 plus shipping. (Have one oven this size).

Electric, top loading, singe door (with counter weight), soft brick lined annealing oven. Inside dimensions are 39” wide, 39” deep and 18” high. Outside dimensions (with counterweight) 53” wide, 61” deep and 98”high. Max temp 1200. $250 plus shipping. (Have one oven this size)

Digitry GB4 Temperature controller in console with 3 pole relays (will work with 2) $375 each plus shipping (one controller available).

Electric Paragon Crucible Kiln. 240 volt, 30 amp, Max Temp 2380. A few minor cracks in brick. $200

Hydraulic press with cooling fan, and torch minder. (Two presses available) $300 each plus shipping.

Arbor press with cooling fan and torch minder. (One press available) $200 each plus shipping.

Small table top sidearm press with cooling fan and torch minder $175 each plus shipping.

Classic old side arm press. This one should be in a museum. It used to be in Super Glass. Modified with a cooling fan and torch minder. I’m not sure of the price but I’m thinking $1,000 plus shipping.

Sweco Separator 1140 rpm. 16” diameter. $200 plus shipping

Reliance Electric Sabre 15hp blower. $300 plus shipping

Take all for $5,750.

Buyer either picks up or pays for shipping.

If you have any questions call John at 707-888-7881 or email me at
Thank you.

Pete VanderLaan 08-16-2019 08:25 PM

For a young man with good financing, these are prices that would keep you in some significant tooling for years. I'm just too old. Casting is indeed part of the future coupled with some understanding of chemistry. Get the brick thrown in.

Max Epstein 08-16-2019 10:22 PM

Schnikes. Why you gotta be on the west coast.

Pete VanderLaan 08-17-2019 09:28 AM

C.mon max, I moved over 170,000 lbs of tooling across the country. I leased a trailer through freightquote ( two actually) and had it hauled. it was remarkably reasonable to do at the right time of year.

David Patchen 08-17-2019 02:56 PM

Photos please...

Greg Vriethoff 08-17-2019 03:25 PM

I'd like to call dibs on the crucible kiln for now. Have to look at shipping costs. Don't know if I can swing the funds yet, so if someone can throw money at you right away I understand.

Jon Myers 08-29-2019 03:03 PM

I am also interested in the kilns

Greg Vriethoff 08-30-2019 12:14 PM

I'm out. Go for it Jon.

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