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A moisture content of 25% can almost double the wood's calorific value and heat output.
There are many reasons for that: wood fuel has different moisture content and heating value, combustion efficiency is not as high if comparing with natural gas (Arena et al.
It Is not enough to use lumber at 6-8% moisture content when producing cabinets and furniture.
With Aerobond, the volume of air in the mix reduces the moisture content significantly, cutting lengthy conditioning times to just a few hours while ensuring better bonding.
Labcell has promoted the AquaLab DUO moisture content and water activity (ERH) analyser which allows measurements of both parameters to be obtained simultaneously in less than five minutes.
The LHP-NDC 710e fits into a standard a port on the dryer, eliminating the need for complex chemical modeling techniques to ascertain the moisture content of a product during the drying process.
The moisture cable works by measuring the relative humidity in the airspace around the grain, with which users can calculate grain moisture content with accuracies of [+ or -]1.
Scientists at North Carolina State University wanted to see what impact preroast moisture content would have on the chemical and sensory characteristics of oil-roasted peanuts.