Drying of wood
One of the quality indexes of timber is moisture, which inflects both the physical and mechanical properties of unprocessed wood and those of finished products. The recently cut wood contains an appreciable amount of water, ranging from 33 to over 50% of the total mass. Drying wood before being cut into timber is necessary for many reasons: dry wood becomes more resistant to rotting than wet; it is much easier and therefore easier to lick and, by drying out, it is changing, shape changes, stability becomes final before cutting.
Our company owns woodworking dryers at Com Cerat factory.