Straight, square and stable. Radio frequency vacuum kiln dried timber.
Three levels of excellence of dry timber
Faced with the industry’s uncertainty of what constitutes dry timber along with competition from less-advanced drying service providers, FraserWood has made it clear and simple for clients by marketing three levels of “dry.” These options allow designers and engineers to confidently specify the appropriate product:
Maxium 19% moisture content 1” from the surface. For uses where a finish, such as paint or stain, will be applied to the timber. The member is dried in FraserWood’s conventional kiln promoting acceptable performance of finishes and coatings and is comparable to most of our competitors’ definitions of “kiln-dried.”
FraserWood RF Dry™ Timber
Our most popular drying option
Maximum 19% moisture content three inches in toward the heart of the timber. For applications with strict engineering specifications and higher performance expectations, such as commercial projects or for high quality timberwork where finishes and joinery must look just as good 5 years after installation as they do the day installed.
FraserWood RF Dry15™ Timber
Maximum 15% moisture content three inches in toward the heart of the timber. For use in more extreme circumstances, such as those in very dry North American localities where year-round relative humidity will typically remain at or below 30%. FraserWood achieves this specification through increased dwell time in our radio frequency kiln.
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