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As a result, they set the standard of the heat temperature that each cone represents. The melting point of each Pyrometric cone is shown in the Orton Pyrometric Cone Chart Below. Orton Pyrometric Cone Chart (Degrees Fahrenheit) Cone Number. Self Supporting Cones. Normal Large Cones. Small Cones. 022. 1087. Not Available. 1166. 021. 1112

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