The future of lumber drying
Introduction of the MAHILD environmental policy by focus of consistent technology for significantly improved environmental performance, with consistently high productivity for the benefit of our environment.
- Reduction of CO2 emissions
- Reduction of the emission of exhausted air
- Reduction of noise
- Reduction of the thermal energy requirement for drying up to about 25%
- Reduction of heat and transmission losses in housing and foundation
- Reduction of electrical energy by variable air flow during drying
- Intelligent energy management for the optimum use of heat and increased boiler efficiency.