PW-10 kiln is aimed at thermal modification of both deciduous and coniferous wood. Wood is treated in steam conditions and at the temperature up to 200°C. As a result of the process some physical and chemical properties are improved as well as color of wood is modified.
The absolute humidity of thermally modified wood is 8%. In the modification process the wood is heated in superheated water vapor conditions. Fuel oil is used as a heat energy source. Wood is loaded into a kiln on trolleys.
A microprocessor controller is responsible for an operation of a kiln.
A kiln is made of aluminum and corrosion resistant materials. As an insulation a hydrophobic wool thick of 150 mm is used. The kiln consists of two parts: a heating device and a load chamber.
Outer dimensions (w x l x h)
4,46m x 3,8m x 2,5 m
5,08m x 3,9m x 2,57m
|6,5 x 3,8 x 2,57|
|Loading space dimensions.( w x l x h)||2,7m x 2,5m x 1,8m||3,3m x 2,45m x 1,8m||4,3 x 2x2 x 1,8|
|Fuel oil heating power||70kW||100kW|
|Water for wetting-cooling installation||pressure 2 do 3 atm|
|Water vapour parametes||rate of flow ~10 l/min|
|temperature 110 °C|
|rate of flow 120 kg/h|
|Trolley dimensions (2pcs) - (w x l x h)||1,2m x 2,5m x 0,15m||1,5m x 2,5m x 0,15m||1,2 x 2,5 x 0,15|
|Automatic controlling||microprocessor controller|
|Protection||Prevention from exceeding save technologic parameters|
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11-15.V.2015, Hannover, hall 13, E46
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