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KilnSitter Kiln Wiring Diagrams
The very KilnSitter Kiln Skutt produced rolled off the line in 1954. The KilnSitter itself has not changed much over the years but the kilns they are mounted on went through a few variations. The first group of kilns are called “The Old Style” and were made from 1954 to 1980. These kilns had KilnSitters without the Dawson branding and had shallower control boxes. When Skutt moved to using a Dawson branded KilnSitter they changed the name styling of the models and begin putting an “A” in front of the serial number. These kilns are the “A Series” and they were made between 1980 and 1996. The most significant change was the elimination of Interbox plugs and Receptacles. These allowed the sections to plug into each other instead of being connected by wires passing through the boxes. This change was made in 1996 due to the manufacturer of the parts discontinuing them. These Models use the new name styling but have a “KS” added to the front of the model name. Skutt calls these the “New Style” kilns.
KS Kiln Wiring Diagrams
The KS lin of kilns will always have "KS" as the first two characters in the model name.
KS1227, KS1027 And KS1018 1PH Wiring Diagram
KS1227 And KS1027 3PH Wiring Diagram
KilnSitter Diagram – Model LT3K
A Series KilnSitter Kilns
These are KilnSitter Kilns but you will not find “KS” in the model name on the serial plate. You will see that the serial number on the serial plate begins with an “A”. These kilns were manufactured between the years of 1979 to June of 1996.
1018, 1027 And 1227 1PH Wiring Diagram
1027 And 1227 3PH Wiring Diagram
Old Style KilnSitter Wiring Diagrams
These are the wiring diagrams for some of Skutts oldest KilnSitter controlled kilns. These were manufactured between the years of 1960 and 1979. Models include: 235, 231, 231-18, 181, 145, 183, 183-27, 185 and 185-27.