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Flattening wavy eucalyptus veneer during finish-drying

, : Flattening wavy eucalyptus veneer during finish-drying. Forest products journal 49(1): 63-66

Sliced Eucalyptus globulus veneer 0.5 mm (1/50 in.) thick, which had been pre-dried in a conventional non-pressure dryer, was finish-dried in an inexpensive, continuous press dryer for thin veneer, resulting in reduced waviness and improved grade. When finish-drying was started at about 30 percent moisture content (MC), using 240 degrees F and 2.4 psi for 2 minutes, the result was flat, A-grade veneer (instead of C-grade as in conventional drying), at a final MC below 10 percent. Data variability, however, was a problem, and further trials are warranted.


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