Our condensation drying kilns work on the so called condensation system. In this case it involves a sudden and very fast cooling. The air then no longer contains the same amount of moisture as under hot conditions. Released condensates are then removed by means of a stainless steel receptacle.
Our drying kilns work on the same principle as a heat pump. The overall capacity which is to be cooled and the installed electric capacity, converts to heat in the condenser and is subsequently released to the drying kiln. Compared with the convectional drying process, the result is a significant reduction in consumed energy.
The air in the drying kiln heats and because of the fans, flows through the stacked timber. In this manner the air absorbs a still greater amount of moisture from the warmer timber. When the required minimum temperature of 30ºC and the required air humidity are reached, the dehumidification process is started. The cooler sucks moist air and this in turn cools down significantly and, consequently, no longer contains the same amount of water as under hot conditions. Released condensates are removed.
We supply dry kilns prepared for immediate use. The required air distribution and fastening material is stored in a transparent and water-tight distribution box.