Drying chamber
Sawn timber stacked and sorted by species, thickness and quality classes it’s first dried in natural environment up to approximate 30% (saturation humidity of the fiber wood) and then it’s introduced into the drying chamber.
Drying is done by an electronically controlled process until the wood reaches the required low humidity, by evaporation of water at temperatures up to 75 degrees.
Final humidity of the wood it’s different and depends mainly on its destination: wooden houses, pavilions and garden terrace, joinery, saunas, etc.), and the location where are going to be installed tthe products (mountain area, oceanic climate, etc.).