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Economic factors in the assessment of nozzle driers for veneer, including veneer quality.



Economic factors in the assessment of nozzle driers for veneer, including veneer quality.



Holztechnol., Dresden 3(2): 149-55



Discusses chiefly the technical and hence economic superiority of nozzle driers with high air velocities to roller driers. They could be placed immediately after a rotary cutter, thus facilitating continuous automatic operation without loss of quality.

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