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Forced-air drying of lumber in Western Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Forced-air drying of lumber is economically feasible as an aid to sawmills without dry kilns. Reduced cost of shipping more than offsets cost of drying with forced circulation of air. Investment in equipment is small. In the Willamette Valley, forced-air drying probably can be accomplished successfully throughout the year. High relative humidities and low temperatures apparently make drying by this method impractical at Medford during winter months. Forced circulation of air provides faster drying than does conventional air-drying. Kiln schedules may be shortened by previous forced-air drying.
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