The stacking of wood should be piled up according to th […]
The stacking of wood should be piled up according to the tree species and thickness. The regulations require that the same thickness of wood be stacked together. Sometimes the same batch of materials is less, the space in the kiln is not full, and the wood with similar dryness can be stacked together. Such as striped ebony and ebony. Sometimes in this case, the space inside the kiln is still piled up, and the thin plates can be stacked in the area close to the heater, and the thick plates are stacked in a region far from the heater.
There must be sufficient airflow passages in the kiln, and a certain thickness of spacers should be placed between each layer of wood in the pile. The upper and lower partitions should be parallel and on the same vertical line to ensure smooth airflow inside the pile. Only the airflow in all areas of the kiln can be smoothed to ensure that the wood is evenly heated to ensure the quality of the drying. During the stacking process, the wood moisture content detection probe should be accurately placed in the pile, and the measuring probe should be placed on the wet wooden board. If there are more than two thicknesses of wood, the probe should also be placed on the sheet.