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Wood auto-vaporization

Vaporization is a process that consists in submitting to the action of saturated vapor green wood stacked inside a cell, to increase the temperature around 100 ° C, to change the natural coloring of some woody species (e.g. Beech, Cherry, Walnut and many tropical species).

The cell of the WDE-MASPELL vacuum drying, being by nature an absolutely watertight adiabatic chamber, can become an ideal environment where obtaining saturated vapor at all temperatures between 60 °C and 100 °C through an environmental management of vacuum and temperature, without the need to inject steam in the cell from the outside, but using the same steam produced by the water extracted from the wood, thus generating a process of self-vaporization, which combines the excellent aesthetic result with a low operating cost and a great operational flexibility.