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Of course that will depend on what kiln you are using. This is a tested schedule used in Paragon kilns.

Casting 2" thick slab:

1) 50°/ hour to 1150° & hold for 45 minutes

2) 50°/ hour to 1200° & hold for 2 hours

3) 50°/ hour to 1250° & hold for 3 hours

4) 50°/ hour to 1350° & hold for 2 hours

5) 100°/ hour to 1450° & hold for 1 hour

6) 100°/ hour to 1550° & hold for 40 minutes

7) 9999 to 900° & hold for ten hours

8) 4°/ hour to 800° & hold for 2 minutes

9) 8°/ hour to 700° & hold for 2 minutes

10) 26°/ hour to 350° & hold for 2 minutes (in cold weather make it 200°)

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The answer will vary slightly depending on assumptions: will the slabs have a space between them, and will you be cutting the slabs to fill fractions. 21 feet is equal to 14.2 of the 450 mm slabs. 19 feet is equal to 12.9 of the slabs. To complete the rectangular area, 14.2 x 12.9 = 183 slabs.

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The answer will vary slightly depending on assumptions: will the slabs have a space between them, and will you be cutting the slabs to fill fractions. 21 feet is equal to 14.2 of the 450 mm slabs. 19 feet is equal to 12.9 of the slabs. To complete the rectangular area, 14.2 x 12.9 = 183 slabs.

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