Drying takes place in a drying chamber with closed air circulation and thus without any losses of energy. Drying temperatures of 30° C to 40°C enable gentle, safe and thorough drying.
Drying process is automatically controlled during the whole drying period by means of a simple control box. The setting of the control box at the beginning of the drying period is done in accordance to readily understandable drying table.
Timber drying with T1 and T2 does not require any professional knowledge or experience. Timber drying generally and drying with T1 and T2 are explained in detail in a timber drying manual.
Detailed instruction on building one’s own drying chamber is part of the timber drying manual; the chamber is of good value, is simple to build and provides for very effective drying.