Implementation of conventional drying process of mahogany


The conventional drying process of mahogany wood drying […]

The conventional drying process of mahogany wood drying equipment includes equipment inspection, drying reference, process operation and quality inspection.

1. Equipment inspection is to check whether the operation condition of the equipment is normal before the drying kiln is loaded, the sealing performance of the kiln body and the door, valves and instruments, etc., and timely replace the consumable materials for measuring temperature and humidity.

2. Develop a scientific dry basis: the drying process is the process of evaporating the moisture in the wood. Because the wood exhibits different material properties (such as cracking, deformation and stress conditions) at different moisture content stages, it is necessary to control each water content scientifically and reasonably. At the rate of moisture evaporation, the drying speed of the wood is increased as soon as possible under the premise of ensuring the dry quality. In fact, the benchmark is a program that controls the temperature and humidity changes of the wet air in the kiln. There are many types of drying benchmarks. The commonly used benchmark is the moisture content benchmark. There are also many methods for setting the moisture content benchmark. The following are the dry benchmarks that the author has developed and published based on practice for your reference.

3. Develop strict routine drying operation procedures: The drying process includes stacking of wood, implementation of drying standards, and humidity control. Although many materials are introduced, most managers and operators think that drying wood is to reduce the moisture in the wood to the required moisture content. In fact, this is only a simple understanding. The true intention of drying also includes solving the wood. Stress problems, that is to say include reducing the quality problems such as bending deformation and cracking of wood. To ensure the quality of dry wood, in addition to requiring the operator to have the correct attitude and responsibility, it is necessary to establish strict operating procedures, reduce the blindness and randomness in the operation process, and have specific problems in the drying process. The only way to ensure the quality of the dried wood is to solve the problem.