Discontinued Kiln Resources

Discontinued Kiln Resources

L&L Manufacturing Co. started making kilns in 1945. Many parts for these kiln are available, especially elements. You will find old brochures, old instructions and other information on this website. We have tried to link most available parts with the old kiln series but keep in mind that this is somewhat imperfect.

We highly recommend that any older kiln, especially one over 25 years old, be evaluated by a competent professional for safety.

L&L Kiln Mfg., Inc. started making kilns in 1995. All parts are available for any kilns made by L&L Kiln Mfg., Inc.


These were similar to the manual Jupiter kilns (and were made by L&L Manufacturing Co., Inc.) Although a few specials were made with automatic controls, almost all used an externally mounted Dawson Kiln Sitter/Timer.
K Series kilns were with predecessors of the J Series kilns.
We made these kilns from 1995 until 2013.
EL2424 Easy Load Kiln
These are now the EL2424 and EL2427 Easy-Load Kilns
We made these kilns from 2004 until 2013. It was a totally manual kiln with Hi-Medium-Lowe switches and a Kiln Sitter/Timer.
DynaKilns were square top loading kilns built from the 1950's until the mid 1980's by L&L Manufacturing Co., Inc.
The B Series were the original automatic kilns. They were made from about 1992 until 1998.
The SQ Series Kilns were made from about the mid 1980's until around 2000.
The OV Series Oval kilns were built briefly in the mid 1980's by L&L Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Renaissance Front-Loading Kilns
We made these kilns from 2004 until 2010.
This is an old front-loading bench-mounted kiln. There were several versions of the: the G Series and the GD Series and several sizes.
R Series kilns were small front-loading enameling kilns built with a stainless steel case. They were made during the 1990's.
P Model kilns were front-loading kilns made from the late 1940's until the mid 1970's by L&L Manufacturing Co., Inc.
The E49 kiln was a small benchtop kiln used mostly for enameling. It had a pyrometer and an infinitely variable input switch mounted in the base. It was made by L&L Manufacturing Co., Inc.