Eventually the stacks of air dried timber are loaded into our Incomac dehumidifier kiln to be dried further.
The automatic computer controlled process brings the moisture content of the boards down to around 10 -12% under strict humidity conditions.
This means that not only should the boards be thorougly and evenly dried but that any material which will not be suitable for joinery use can be easily identified at the end of the process.
The timber is now ready to be used for joinery and general wood working with a good degree of confidence that little further degrade will take place.
The island shown on the left has been built from Walnut and features two sets of curved doors with “book matching” timber to highlight the spectacular grain patterns hidden in the wood.
The original log was sawn, the boards air dried for 4 months, kiln dried and finally delivered to a local joinery shop for construction of the project.
Our Kiln dried timber is typically used for bespoke Kitchen furniture such as work tops, door panels, tables and dressers where different timbers with vibrant grain patterns are used to create one off pieces of stunning furniture.
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