In Figure 51 will be seen another method of piling lumber on the flat, "cross-wise" of the dry kiln when same has three tracks.
It may subsequently be placed in the dry kiln if further drying is desired.
In Figure 57 will be seen method of piling bundled staves "cross-wise" of the dry kiln when same has two tracks.
Any dry kiln in which this has not been carefully considered will not give the desired results.
In Figure 58 will be seen method of piling shingles "cross-wise" of dry kiln when same has three tracks.
The evaporation from the other surfaces takes place very slowly out of doors, and with greater rapidity in a dry kiln.
The interior equipment for this type of dry kiln is arranged very similiar to that used in the Apartment kiln.
If the fundamental principles are all taken care of, green lumber can be better dried in the dry kiln.
In Figure 52 will be seen method of piling lumber on the flat, "end-wise" of the dry kiln when same has two tracks.
Careful piling of the material to be dried, both in the yard and dry kiln, is essential to good results in drying.