RM II Features
Cone 8 Daily - Most Models
Most of our RM II Series models are built to achieve a cone 8 on a daily basis.
Models 810 (cone 5-1/2 max.) and 1210 (cone 07 max.) are designed primarily as china painting kilns and will not achieve cone 8.
Swing View Control Enclosure
All temperature controls, except for the Set-Pro, are fitted into our Swing View Adjustable Enclosure.
The Swing View is a pivoting, swing-up enclosure that allows you to rotate the control to a comfortable viewing and programming angle. Once you're done, lay it back down to see it from across the shop. It's that simple.
The swing view pairs well with TAP touchscreen control as viewing angle can be perfectly aligned. You'll love it.
Quiet Drive Solid State Relay Option
RM II models are available with our optional Quiet Drive Solid State Relay.
It's the job of the relay to turn the heating elements On and Off. A solid state relay can do so up to 120 times per second which allows for incredible temperature control. It also does so without the given, eventual failure of a mechanical relay. We fully expect our solid state relay to last the life of the unit.
We have more to tell you about our solid state relay, our design choices and why you should choose the solid state option. Just click below.
Multiple Control Options
Evenheat works closely with control manufacturers SDS Industries and Bartlett Instruments to bring you the best in performance, features and programming ease.
RM II Series models are available with the very popular TAP touchscreen control by SDS Industries as well as the Rampmaster II, Set-Pro and Genesis by Bartlett Instrument.
There's a lot more to know about our controls. Just click below.
Relay Access Port
All RM II models incorporate our Relay Access Port for simple, no-panel-off relay replacement.
Simply remove the access plate to gain access to the relay. There's no need to remove the control panel and dig into the internal wiring. It's absolutely simple and effective and all it takes is a screwdriver!
It's a given that mechanical relays will fail at some point. This relay access port really comes in handy when they do.