Dry Kilns

Incomac IDV Kiln

Incomac is now offering the IDV kiln. This kiln eliminates the need for boilers, furnaces, electrical coils, heat exchangers or heat pumps. Running only on electricity, this is a great option if you need more capacity and have run out of boiler capacity. Call for more information! Kiln models: IDV-20 8,500bf 15'4" x 12'2" x 12'5" IDV-40 15,000bf 21'3" x 18'1" x 12'5" IDV-50 20,000bf 25'2" x 18'1" x 12'5" IDV-60 25,000bf 27'2" x 24'0" x 12'5" IDV-80 34,000bf 35'0" x 24'0" x 12'5" 34,000bf is the largest IDV kiln model available.

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Incomac ICD Kiln

The ICD LINE requires a boiler and the head source can be either hot water, overheated water, steam or diathermic oil. The heat exchangers are composed of stainless steel pipes with extruded finning made of aluminium. INCOMAC Design Office adapts the technical characteristics of the drying units to the customer’s needs. Incomac also has the ICD-PAL line where you can dry and heat treat in the same kiln. Incomac also has an ICD-HT kiln. This is a kiln that allows temperatures to get higher than the standard kiln (up to 250 degrees). This is good kiln for drying pine faster.

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Incomac TAG Kiln

The TAG line is is a direct fire kiln that uses a burner with a heat source of either natural gas, GPL gas, or gas oil.The burner, located outside the kiln, is connected to stainless steel heat exchangers installed in the upper part of the kiln. The TAG line is one of the suggested options when a client does not have a boiler facility. This kiln works great with pallets and can also heat treat as well. Incomac also has the TAG-PAL line that allows you to dry and heat treat in the same kiln.

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Incomac MAC Kiln

This machine is not just a dehumidifier but also a condensation machine with a heat pump that uses electricity as a source of energy. Incomac's heat pump drying system provides a considerable energy savings, while still producing optimal efficiency. Many heat pump systems reduce the humidity by the cooling process, but do not effectively use the ability to heat as well as cool. The unique design of this dehumidification kiln uses all energy to its fullest. The cold side of the system is used to extract the moisture from the air inside the kiln by condensation. The heat generated by the gas expanding from the condensing process is routed to another coil and the air from the kiln is circulated over to it to extract the heat and re-enter the kiln. Unlike most dehumidification kilns in the US, the heat pump is located outside of the chamber. This outside position helps to guarantee a long life for the machine components and also make it easy to do maintenance. The structure and panel o

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Incomac Pre-drier

Incomac also manufactures a pre-drier. The chamber is similar to the ICD dry kiln but with double doors and a corridor in the middle so you can store or take out the stacks at varying times. The pre-drier has soft drying with low temperatures and low ventilation. In the pre-drier the conditions are close to natural drying when the wind and the sun decreases the moisture of the wood, but controlled.

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Incomac Continuous Kiln

Incomac also manufacturers continuous kilns. These kilns are designed for fresh softwood with a very high beginning moisture content ( 100%) with the final moisture content value usually is between 15 % and 18%. CONTINUOUS DRYER, TUNNEL TYPE, model ICD-80/CT This is a description of one continuous kiln capacity that will dry 15,800,000bf per year. The continuous kiln is composed by: 1) 1 central dryer 2) 1 loading and 1 unloading sheds Central Dryer The drying area is composed by 3 floors, one above the other. The FIRST FLOOR is the area where the wood is positioned for drying. This area is divided in 2 zones. The SECOND FLOOR is heating and ventilation area. The THIRD FLOOR is the technical room.

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