Stability in the humidity level in Timber yards

Wood business is one of the most growing businesses in the world. The more the new technologies are coming in the popularity of the wood is going through the roof. No amount of modern technology seems to replace the ever-increasing popularity of wood. With such a fierce contest, there is no time to become lackluster. Delivering high-quality woods must be the first priority of the manufacturer. It always had been a challenge to store wood safely. It is a general requirement that the moisture in the wood remains around 9 percent. But due to various seasons and change in climatic condition fluctuation in the air humidity keeps ongoing. This may give rise to wood humidity. This poses a challenge to maintain the constant wood humidity to protect the quality of wood. This can result in the fall of the quality of the wood.

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Without the air humidity level maintenance, it is not possible to achieve stable timber quality in the timber yard. The moisture in the wood has directly related to the humidity in the air. As per the law of physics, the hygroscopic material sets equilibrium with the air humidity of the surroundings. With the increase in the humidity level of the surrounding the wood humidity also rises to maintain the equilibrium. This very nature is the reason wood adapts to the conditions of the air. Hence to maintain the quality of the wood such equilibrium should be established that the wood does not absorb any more moisture. Mathematically calculating the ideal humidity to maintain wood humidity at 11 percent the air humidity should be maintained at 55 percent and to maintain at 9 percent the air humidity should be set at 43 percent. In this scenario, there is no role of air temperature which also means the temperature does not need to be maintained to maintain wood humidity. Dehumidifiers can be used without the use of any heating devices in the timber yard. Our dehumidifiers are the most reliable dehumidification equipment in the market which are known for their performance among the customers. 

Which type of dehumidifier is suitable for the timber yard?

There is no straightforward answer to this question. There are various factors that determine whether to use a condensation dryer or desiccant dryer. You can contact our team of experts to choose the right kind of dehumidifiers. We have high performing dehumidifiers which can supply 13500 cubic meters of dry air per hour constantly. These dehumidifiers can be used in large timber yards. We also have small scale dehumidifiers for small scale timber yards. Some of our dehumidifiers are designed for small spaces.  Some dehumidifiers can supply only 800 cubic meters of dry air per hour. We have both monoventic system dehumidifiers as well as duoventic system dehumidifiers. The use of an air hose to supply dry air in large spaces is quite common. These dehumidifiers have silica gel sorption rotors which are known for their high stability. 

We also provide high-quality measurement devices for the timber yards to keep the climatic condition in check. With these data loggers, you can be assured of constant timber quality until delivery.

Ambale Desiccant Dehumidifiers function on adsorption technique which is best suited to maintain hygroscopic materials. Ambale Units are supplied in Fiji, Auckland, Wellington, Tauranga, Hamilton, Northland, and all cities in NZ. Contact us with your query by sending an email to