The Timber Drying Manual supersedes the Kiln Operators Handbook which was written by W. C. Stevens and G. H. Pratt and first published in 1952. Several new chapters have been added and the scope widened to make this Timber Drying Manual a complete guide to all methods of drying timber.
With a total of more than sixty illustrations this book represents the culmination of nearly fifty years of research on timber drying at the Princes Risborough Laboratory.
This is another CD3WD document, and if you are going to dry timber you are going to need a moisture meter. Otherwise you are just guessing.[pdf-embedder url=”https://www.tngun.com/wp-content/uploads/Timber-Drying-Manual.pdf” title=”Timber Drying Manual”]
I have been trying to get some timber and saw it into usable wood. It’s not easy, but it is pretty satisfying