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Temco Kanthal A1 Wire 27 Gauge 25 FT Resistance, A-1 GA - Hi mike, increasing the watts will accelerate the time to temperature. Or one could make a smaller oven (smaller indoors dimensions) and reduce loading and accelerate the temperature upward thrust. In my ht-2100 construct, i was confined to the one hundred twenty v supply. If you are going to use 240 v supply you may get loads more (2400 ) watts into your oven area. Dan.

Another instance of amps vs temp. I'm using a sixteen gauge wire to electricity my 2400w furnace. That is a cord from a typical 1500w area heater. It doesn't even get heat to the touch at 2400w. The starter draw on my v-8 truck is right round 200a. At 12v, that's 2400w additionally. If i tried using the sixteen gauge twine as the starter cable on my truck, it would emerge as virtually warm virtually short and soften. Become this melting temperature a result of 2400w of energy? Nope. It changed into the 2 hundred amps trying to skip via it. It's the amperage that that has greater to do with what temperature variety you'll be in that what the wattage does. The wattage just desires to be extraordinary sufficient to conquer the load of the furnace size and insulating factors. Any wattage over that point will simply get things up to temp quicker. Sure, there are loads of variables in play right here, however i experience amps vs temp for a given cord length is the bases on in which to start. So my question nevertheless stands on what a "suitable twine length" is for kanthal a-1. At this factor i experience that seeking to attain excessive temps with 120v and live within the advocated 80 working variety of a 20a breaker, i'd need to go along with 18 gauge or smaller. I think i'll need to spend some time and money and do my personal studies. Thank you once more dan. Blaine.

Thanks for the respond dan. To boom the voltage from 110vac to 220vac, in view that all the components indexed are rated at a degree to deal with the increased voltage, what additional gadgets might need to be changed? Obviously the connections to the heater coils due to the fact that you have two 110vac inputs as opposed to one, do you hook each "hot" ends to every stop of the coil or is there any other method? Thanks once more, -mike.