dry kiln

Origin of dry kiln

First recorded in 1905–10
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Examples from the Web for dry kiln

Historical Examples of dry kiln

  • The baker's watch had stopped, or he had gone to sleep, and they had been left in the oven or dry-kiln too long.

  • The inter-relation between wood and water is as imperfectly known to dry-kiln operators as that between wood and heat.

    Seasoning of Wood

    Joseph B. Wagner


British Dictionary definitions for dry kiln

dry kiln

noun
  1. an oven in which cut timber is dried and seasoned
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