Control Heat & Moisture
Lumber is processed in dry kilns to remove excess moisture. High heat is used for this process. Temperatures in the dry kiln average 176? - 185? Fahrenheit. The vapor pressure of water at this temperature is 7.5 lbs./inch?. The difference in pressure between the inside and outside of the dry kiln causes heat and moisture to squeeze through the walls, doors, etc. ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL provides a rugged barrier helping to control heat?
and moisture loss within the dry kiln.
Protects Dry Kilns
Heated air laden with moisture rises to the ceilings in dry kilns.?
ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL retards this moisture from attacking ceiling, walls, and decking of dry kilns. This substantially reduces expensive structural repairs or replacements. Proper application of ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL is beneficial in helping the dry kiln operate efficiently for extended periods.
Reduces Fuel Costs
ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL forms an air-resistant, moisture and waterproof barrier. ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL controls air seeping into the dry kiln while retarding moisture and heat from escaping. Steady heat is maintained, reducing fuel costs, making the operation more efficient.
Reduces Wood Curing Time
Heat and moisture ratios within the dry kilns are more easily and effectively controlled with ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL. With a steady temperature maintained, lumber is cured more rapidly, steadily and efficiently.
Simple To Apply
ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL is ready to apply as it comes from the pail. No thinning is required. ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL is applied to dry kiln interiors by using either a brush or spray. It is advisable to leave an ALUMINUM KILN-SEAL coated dry kiln open and inoperative for two days. If this is impossible, the dry kiln may be used immediately.