Our Solarkilns not only dry wood, they can be used to dry many other products
Our technology is highly suited to brick pre-drying.
Our advanced Cyclic drying method and unique controller features can increase profits by reducing product degrade waste.
Quick payback even in developing countries where land costs are low.
Net cost of our kilns will in most cases be less than the brick stock and drying shed infrastructure costs required to air season bricks. Large reductions in working capital- stock and infrastructure for air pre-drying will greatly improve your return on investment.
One Step pre-drying before final dry ovens means that kiln operating costs can be entirely offset by double handling costs associated with air or shed-drying bricks.
Better Results For Better Savings
Our solar hybrid technology allows the kilns to dry at a maximum of 65 degrees Celsius. While not as high a temperature as some other de-hydration kilns, our cyclic stress relief system means that the drying time is still just as fast or faster than our competitors (faster through main drying process, slower at end) if you are situated in an area of reasonable climate.
Help All Around
The PLC based control system can also be operated from anywhere in the world, reducing the cost of operating the kilns by getting rid of the cost of infrastructure, labour and travel when you need to monitor kilns onsite. This advanced technology allows us to regularly ‘look-in’ to our clients’ heat treated timber-drying activities so we can assist you with new operations, meaning a safer process all around.
This solar kiln technology has continuously developed over 15 years to be able to offer the user the many benefits of solar power and the advantages of a superior and often faster proven cyclic drying method.
- Lower manufactured and capital cost
- Huge energy savings
- Minimal waste = more saleable timber or product from less raw material + higher value due to improved quality
- Just as fast (and in some cases faster) than conventional drying technology
Revolutionary & Environmentally Friendly
Using The Suns Energy To Heat The Kiln, Still Got More Questions?