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Drying system powered by thermal fluid

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Incomac ICD thermal fluid wood drying kiln

The ICD wood drying kiln is fed by a thermal fluid: hot water, superheated water, diathermic oil or steam. Heating is carried out through heat exchangers with bimetallic finned tubes. The air recirculation is ensured by motorized dampers that eject the moist air from inside the chamber with fresh air coming in at the same time. The ICD drying kiln is indicated for customers with thermal power plant available. With some technical variations, this dryer can also operate at high temperatures (up to 110°C).

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Field of application

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Exotic woods

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Junior version

The ICD drying kiln is also available in the junior version, to fulfil the demands of dryers with small capacity: 5, 10, 20 m3. Junior models are the best solutions for operators who need high-quality drying of small amounts of wood. Since these systems are small-sized, they can also be easily installed inside the factory, as an integral part of the production line. Rails and trolleys make loading fast and easy.

Incomac ICD junior thermal fluid wood drying kiln

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