WHAT IS THE ENVIROLINK?
The EnviroLink is an electrical switching device that can be controlled by an automatic kiln to deter-mine when a vent turns on and off.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM AN ENVIROLINK?
• Teachers - Even though most vents do not draw a lot of energy, most teachers do not feel comfortable letting the fan motor run all weekend or even overnight. The EnviroLink will shut the vent off when the program is complete or when the kiln reaches a speciﬁc tempera-ture. Since it works with ConeFire Mode, it is very easy to program.
• Potters - Crystal Glazes and Cone 6 Glazes can be very sensitive to cooling rates. Artists can now use the Ramp/Hold programming mode to control whether the kiln vent is on for each segment of the ﬁring program.
• Glass Artist - Artists who ﬁre glass want to cool quick and hold steady. With the EnviroLink they can pro-gram the vent to come on when crash cooling and then turn off during annealing when they are trying to hold the temperature steady.
WHAT KILNS WILL IT WORK ON?
The EnviroLink will work on any Skutt KilnMaster or GlassMaster Kiln which was manufactured after January of 2001. If you are not sure how old your kiln is write down your serial number along with the model number, voltage and phase and call Skutt.The EnviroLink will also work with many competitive brands. Call your particular kiln manufacturer to ﬁnd out.
WHAT OTHER VENTS WILL IT CONTROL?
It will control the EnviroVent, The EnviroVent 2 and any other Downdraft Vent that draws less than 12 Amps. Consult with your Vent manufacturer to be sure.
WHERE CAN I PURCHASE ONE?
Your local distributor should have one in stock if not they can have one drop shipped right to your door. The suggested retail price is $75.00 plus shipping. The part number is #2480
Download the EnviroLink Manual including information on installation and programming
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.