Above: "Gaps" Size Chart.
A unit of measurement which varies: approximately the size of an average fist or a mug.
We recommend on average a gap refers to one object and should be purchased individually per item you wish to be fired.
This size is determined by the most average shelf height and average volume of space that occurs around whole kiln packs.
Any larger or taller will affect the way the kiln is packed and therefore require more space it total (i.e a 1/4 of a kiln) or more "gap" units to be purchased. If you under book the space your "gaps" take up, you will be charged for the additional volume.
Right: Demonstration of 1/4 kiln.
Approximately H30cm x W55cm x D25cm
1/4 usually includes, but is not limited to, two kiln shelves within the pack.
*If you are conducting an experiment and your surface treatment flashes or jumps onto a neighbours works, you are responsible to either purchase more space in the future OR adjust the treatment to no longer affect local atmosphere.
This accident that affects neighbours requires steps to contain the effect, there will be consultation available on the matter.