A wood drying chamber, also referred to as a kiln or drying oven, is an enclosed space specifically designed for drying wood. It provides controlled conditions to facilitate the moisture removal process.
Wood drying chambers are constructed using insulated panels or materials to minimize heat loss and maintain temperature stability. The chamber is sealed to prevent external air from entering and affecting the drying process.
The drying chamber incorporates a heating system to raise the temperature and accelerate the drying process. Common heating sources include electric heaters, steam, hot water, or direct-fired burners. The heating system is regulated to maintain the desired temperature range.
The specific design and features of a wood drying chamber can vary depending on the size, capacity, and intended use. They can range from small-scale chambers for artisanal or hobbyist purposes to large-scale industrial chambers capable of drying significant volumes of wood.
1,Steam drying oven specialized in timber drying.
2,Non-pressure boilers,stable and durable,simple to install,safe and easy operation.
3,Combustion-supporting,Air blow and air return can be achieved by one wind turbine.
4,Fuel including Diesel, coal, natural gas, electricity.
5,Equipped with a steam generating device,oxygen air valve,return air valve,moisture removal system.
6,The drying media can be adjusted to reducing the possibility of inside crack,ends crack,surface crack,deformation and discoloration etc.
7,Low operating cost and high thermal efficiency. Recycling system to recycling the drying room heatings,greatly reduced the fuel consumption.
8,Box inwall is Aluminium,the out wall is color steel plate and the insulating layer is rock wool.