Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Oxiprobe

Finally bit the bullet and bought an Oxiprobe from Bailey's Ceramic Supply.

Now I can actually record the reduction and write some articles on Peach Bloom and a few others.

Maiden voyage!

John Britt
www.johnbrittpottery.com

1 comment:

mikpo said...

Would like to know your numbers, temps and oxy readings, for firing different glazes. I used an oxyprobe for years when I gas fired and found it cut down my fuel costs (no guessing degree of reduction; easy to set up a firing program). The probe doesn't last forever, unfortunately, though a jeweler can help resupply a platinum wire when needed. Happy firing. hp