The purpose of wood drying is to bring the wood, prior to final processing, to a level of moisture that is closest to the climate in which the end product will later be used. This is the only way to ensure that it will be dimensionally stable during production and in later use.

Our experience in technical drying has been maturing during more than 2 years. Our kilns have a monthly capacity of approx. 8000 m³ of dimensional lumber. After drying, the products are de-lathed, sorted by drying defects, and finally packaged.


Dip Impregnation – Pressure Impregnation

Wood preservation includes any measures that are intended to prevent degradation and/or destruction of wood and wood materials, particularly by fungus or insects.
Impregnation of dimensional lumber is divided into treatment categories, risk classes, and treatment types.

In general, dip impregnation is used as a preventive treatment for roof lumber that is not directly exposed to weather. Pressure impregnation is used for wood in exterior applications (fences, wall covering, garden lumber….)

Our vat impregnation materials are free from heavy metals and are yellow or colourless .
In kettle impregnation, the wood fibres are saturated with impregnation salt under pressure.

Heat treatment

Thermal Treatment ISPM 15 - IPPC

During thermal treatment, the temperature in the drying kiln is increased until a temperature of 56°C at the core of the wood is reached within at least 30 minutes. This development is recorded graphically and formally by a specific measurement device, and attached to the drying report. The packets are then marked with the IPPC stamp, and the customer receives the certificate together with the shipping documentation.

Our certification number is BE-55919-DB-HT



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