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Ponderosa pine kiln dried with high-temperature schedules has been shown to be highly susceptible to brown staining.
The reason for the lack of concern is that C&D wood is kiln dried and not from trees, and that any company making mulch that accepts trees is grinding the material down to a 1-inch minus size.
The strips are then kiln dried and laminated into solid boards that are milled for flooring.
is North America's largest manufacturer of woven polyethylene fabric and pioneered its use as Arbrene II lumberwrap for kiln dried lumber.
The lumber was then kiln dried, molded, sanded and assembled into large panels that will make up the court by another Michigan company, Horner Flooring.
The Modulog siding is manufactured in Portland, Oregon, using kiln dried cedar and is low maintenance, requiring only an initial coat of oil-based stain and a follow-up coat after two to four years.
One treated beam of each dimension from the original section was then set aside and allowed to air dry, while the other treated sections were kiln dried to a target moisture content of 17 percent using a 4-day kiln cycle with a relatively narrow wet/dry bulb depression (20[degrees]C) to minimize possible checking and strength effects (Winandy 1995).
Financier with Kiln Dried Cherries, Balkan Ice Cream and a