Cooking ramp

The firing ramp is a critical aspect in ceramic production since it affects the formation and stability of clay artworks. However, there is no universal firing program, as several factors come into play, such as the type of kiln, the size and geometry of the work.

BAKING RAMP for RED & WHITE CLAY:

  • 20 °C – 100 °C in 2 hours
  • 100 °C – 200 °C in 2 hours 30 minutes
  • 200 °C – 350 °C in 3 hours
  • 350 °C – 600 °C in 5 hours
  • 600 °C – 800 °C in 2 hours 50 minutes
  • 800 °C – 1000 °C in 2 hours 30 minutes
  • 1010 °C – 1011 °C keep for 30 minutes (stall)

COOKING RAMP for PORCELAIN and STONEWARE

  • 20 °C – 100 °C in 1 hour
  • 100 °C – 537 °C in 5 lives for 20 minutes
  • 537 °C – 800 °C in 2 hours 40 minutes
  • 800 °C – 1065 °C in 1 life for 30 minutes
  • 1065 °C – 1190 °C in 50 minutes
  • 1190 °C – 1220 °C in 20 minutes
  • 1190 °C – 1235 °C keep for 10 minutes (stall)

Note: It is important to emphasize that this data represents general guidelines only. Each furnace and each situation may require specific adjustments.

It is highly recommended that you carefully study and check your oven, test with small pieces, and closely monitor the cooking process for optimal results.