Lumber kiln

Related to Lumber kiln: Wood seasoning
a room in which timber or lumber is dried by artificial heat.

See also: Lumber

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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DRYFEAS Lumber Kiln Drying Operation Financial Feasibility Analysis Spreadsheet: Program User's Manual.
To get the lumber's moisture content this low, you can use a lumber kiln. (For more information, search for lumber kiln at www.MotherEarthNews.com.) For small projects, simply take the partially dried wood you want to use into the house and let it finish drying there.
Lumber kiln dried at higher temperatures will perform better in service, because it will have a lower moisture-carrying capacity.
Shorter run times also increase the number of samples that must be taken during a lumber kiln charge and increases the cost of sampling.
Second, we used gas from a laboratory lumber kiln. The kiln provided a convenient source of actual wood dryer exhaust that was close to other lab equipment.
Evaluate the performance of an edgewise restraint system in a commercial lumber kiln while minimizing interruption in commercial operations.
The potential for lumber kiln emissions to impact air quality creates a need for scientific data on the quantity and composition of emissions.
The extra boards were arranged such that air flow was analogous to that in a lumber kiln. Different baffling schemes were implemented to achieve the desired AVs through the piles.
The co-gen, which uses sawmill wood waste to generate steam for the lumber kilns, has an Ontario Power Authority contract to supply eight megawatts until 2024.