Post Secondary

Covers the process of drying wood. Drying lumber is studied in depth, focusing on the relationship between wood, temperature, relative humidity and air velocity. Learners will focus on moisture content measuring techniques, types of kilns and controls, how to generate kiln schedules and procedures for sampling, while operating a conventional steam kiln, dehumidification kiln, and vacuum kiln.

Prerequisite: 10-465-100 WOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.

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