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Old 04-13-2002, 06:19 PM
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Furnaces, Glory Holes , Burners

Correll Glass Studio
Charlie Correll
66 Hidden Ledge
Conway MA 01341
413-369-4283
413-369-4283 fax
www.correllglass.com
ccorrell@crocker,com

Charlie is a warhorse in Glass and an old friend. He builds very nice furnaces and has tinkered with recuperation systems for years. I like what he puts together and a lot of other people must as well since frequently when I sell a crucible, more often than not, it is for one of Charlies' units. They are all over the northeast US. Check it out.
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Denver Glass Machinery
2800 South Shoshone St
Englewood Co 80110
303-0980
303-781-9067 fax
www.denverglass.com
info@denverglass.com

These guys build Kanthal wire element furnaces. They are the most inexpensive thing out there I think although Thumb may have them beat.
I don't like wire element furnaces since the elements don't last very long. Their replacement elements are expensive and are better purchased from Duralite Inc Their replacement crucibles are better replaced by Engineered Ceramics ( moi!)
There are people who absolutely love these things and get very frosty when I pan them. I respect them and don't get it. So, they sell a lot of them every year so they must be doing something right.
So if you need a glass furnace that sells for about four Grand, give them a call. It's instant gratification. I just can't get excited.
As for the other equipment, I have looked at it but never used it. Maybe someone can give their polishing stuff a product review?
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Hub
690 Route 73
Orwell Vt 05161
802-948 2209
802-9482217 fax
www.hubglass.com
info@www.hubglass.com
HUB builds beautiful equipment. Every thing they do is excellent. Corning actually calls HUB when they want furnaces built. HUB will rent you his forms for casting furnaces if you don't have the cash for the completed product. Great stuff.
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Pine Ridge Enterprises
P.O. Box 121
Paradise CA 95967
Tom Ash
530-877-9793
http://www.prburner.com/
sales@prburner.com

This is the guy who makes the burner that I won't explain to anyone how they are made. You gotta buy one from Tom and cut it up. ( then buy another one when you find out how much trouble you just got into). They are very quiet, sturdy ribbon burners. I like them. For furnaces and gloryholes. Support small businesses.
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Wet Dog Glass
504-286-9529
504-283-9234 FAX
www.@wetdogglass.com
hotstuff@wetdogglass.com
Eddie Bernard
Manufacturers of tank furnaces, pot and invested pot furnaces, gloryholes, pipe warmers. garages, yokes and other stuff. Also handles flame safety equipment. I have not ever dealt with these guys and would welcome a review.
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Abell Combustion

Custom designed combustion systems. Control and Safety systems for furnaces and Gloryholes.

www.abellcombustion.com

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