How to use dry kiln in a sentence
The evaporation from the other surfaces takes place very slowly out of doors, and with greater rapidity in a dry kiln.
This becomes very evident when freshly cut wood is placed in the sun, and still more when put into a hot, dry kiln.
If the fundamental principles are all taken care of, green lumber can be better dried in the dry kiln.
The inter-relation between wood and water is as imperfectly known to dry-kiln operators as that between wood and heat.
Careful piling of the material to be dried, both in the yard and dry kiln, is essential to good results in drying.
British Dictionary definitions for dry kiln
an oven in which cut timber is dried and seasoned
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