Picture 2 Kiln for stoneware with ceramic glazes.
Firing temperature 1240 °C
3 Change of kiln car
4 Kiln car with fired goods
5 Kiln - Salt Glaze
A special kiln for producing our salt glazed stoneware
and pots. At a temperature of 1240 °C special burners
compressed air blow common salt (NaCl) into the kiln.
This evaporates immediately and reacts on
the silicic acid
and other components (i.e. iron oxide) of the body. This leads
to the creation of glass melt (glaze), which firmly
The salt glaze is an extremely resistant, acid-proof and scratch-
hard glaze.Depending on its position within the kiln the colour
of the salt glaze can vary slightly. Subsequently
each jug or
pot is a unique product.