Kilns and furnaces for ceramics, pottery, heat treating, enameling, dentistry, laboratory testing and glass fusing. Better-designed kilns!
What Makes A Paragon Product Better?
With over 4,000 kiln products to choose from, Paragon has the largest kiln selection in the industry. Paragon manufactures everything from small table top kilns such as the popular SC2, to large production kilns like the Dragon series, designed for commercial users. Paragon is the leading manufacturer of small kilns designed for a variety of firing styles, making them the ideal choice for artists dabbling in ceramics, glass, PMC, enameling and more. Many of these kilns come with a 120-volt option, meaning that many of Paragon's smaller kilns can be set up in your home studio with no need to re-wire an outlet for a larger 240-volt receptacle. Paragon's stakes in the commercial ceramic world are equally accommodating. With hearty, large-scaled kilns that can handle anything your studio produces, Paragon is a great choice for businesses focusing on intense production. Whatever your needs are, Paragon has the kiln that is perfectly suited for you.
Paragon uses high quality parts, such as Orton Ceramics-produced digital controllers and uses an ergonomical design that keeps you, the customer, in mind for every step of the firing process. Paragon understands that your time and materials are valuable, so they are dedicated to continually improving their kilns to give you consistent and repeatable firings.
Free Custom Colors For All Paragon Kilns!
For an indefinite period, any Paragon kiln can be ordered with an optional color at no extra charge. Imagine owning a pink Dragon!
The standard Paragon colors are black or blue. Optional colors are berry, black, jade, navy, pink, purple, and turquoise. These colors have previously been available only on the E, Q, BlueBird, and SC-series. During this promotion, any Paragon kiln can be painted with a custom color!
The exact shade may not match the color shown on your computer because of the variation in color on digital devices. Paragon uses a high temperature water base paint because of low emissions during spraying. Let us know which color you prefer under the "Comments" section during check out!