Hasslacher Norica Timber extended its drying capacity by a further 30,000 m³ / J with system 1306 drying kilns.
The saving of thermal energy by the heat recovery system 1306 was only one of the points that spoke for Mühlböck.
Elevated false ceilings facilitate maintenance and even airflow. Optimized air deflection space and an optimized fan distribution additionally ensure the saving of electrical energy by shortening the drying times.
The use of the K5 control software enables even further optimization of the drying processes through the comprehensive analysis and assistance functions of the latest K5 version.
Hasslacher will continue to benefit from the ongoing development and optimization of control and visualization through Mühlböck research and development.
The Mühlböck service team as well as the Mühlböck after-sales service are available to help customers with advice and assistance even after commissioning.
All these points, taken together, made a big advantage for the customer and convinced Hasslacher Norica Timber to buy again as a long-standing customer at Mühlböck.
Further details of this project will be discussed in issue 46 / Nov.2018 of the Holzkurier.