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Effect of drying temperature on warp and downgrade of 2 by 4's from small-diameter ponderosa pine


Effect of drying temperature on warp and downgrade of 2 by 4's from small-diameter ponderosa pine



Research Paper Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service (FPL-RP-624): 8 pp.



Kiln drying at high temperature may reduce warp in dimension lumber sawn from small-diameter trees. In this study, we examined the effect on warp of high drying temperatures in conjunction with top loading immediately after drying and after storage in typical conditions that result in further moisture loss.

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